Health Information - E-Book

-

English
903 Pages
Read an excerpt
Gain access to the library to view online
Learn more

Description

Following the AHIMA standards for education for both two-year HIT programs and four-year HIA programs, Health Information: Management of a Strategic Resource, 4th Edition describes the deployment of information technology and your role as a HIM professional in the development of the electronic health record. It provides clear coverage of health information infrastructure and systems along with health care informatics including technology, applications, and security. Practical applications provide hands-on experience in abstracting and manipulating health information data. From well-known HIM experts Mervat Abdelhak, Sara S. Grostick, and Mary Alice Hanken, this book includes examples from diverse areas of health care delivery such as long-term care, public health, home health care, and ambulatory care. An e-book version makes it even easier to learn to manage and use health data electronically.

  • A focus on the electronic health care record helps you learn electronic methods of organizing, maintaining, and abstracting from the patient health care record.
  • Learning features include a chapter outline, key words, common abbreviations, and learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, and references at the end.
  • Unique! Availability in the e-book format helps you in researching, abstracting, and managing data electronically.
  • A study guide on the companion Evolve website includes interactive exercises and cases containing real-life medical records, letting you apply what you've learned from the book and in the classroom.
  • Evolve logos within the textbook connect the material to the Evolve website, tying together the textbook, student study guide and online resources.
  • Well-known and respected authors include Mervat Abdelhak and Mary Alice Hanken, past presidents of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), and Sara S. Grostick, a 2007 AHIMA Triumph Award winner for excellence in education.
  • Self-assessment quizzes test your learning and retention, with answers available on the companion Evolve website.
  • Did You Know? boxes highlight interesting facts to enhance learning.

Subjects

Informations

Published by
Published 27 December 2013
Reads 0
EAN13 9780323291736
Language English
Document size 22 MB

Legal information: rental price per page 0.0288€. This information is given for information only in accordance with current legislation.

Report a problem
Health Information
Management of a Strategic Resource
FOURTH EDITION
MERVAT ABDELHAK, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA
Managing Editor, Department Chair and Associate Professor, Health Information Management, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
SARA GROSTICK, MA, RHIA, FAHIMA
Director, Health Information Management Program and Associate Professor, Retired, School of Health Professions, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama
MARY ALICE HANKEN, PhD, RHIA, CPRS
Independent Consultant; Senior Lecturer, Health Information Administration Program, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title page
Copyright
Dedication
Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Intended audience
Conceptual framework and organization
Online resources for students, instructors, and practitioners
Abbreviations
Section 1: FOUNDATIONS OF HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
chapter 1. Health care systems
Objectives
Key words
Evolution of health care systems in the united states
Regulatory agencies and organizations
Health care delivery systems
Health care professionals
Financing health care
Technology in health information
Future issues
References
chapter 2. The health informatics and information management profession
Objectives
Key words
Health information management—a profession in transformation
The patient record—source of health data and information
Evolution of the patient record
Evolution of the health information management profession
American health information management association today
AHIMA foundation: research and education in health information management
The professional code of ethics
Looking to the future
References
Section 2: HEALTH CARE DATA & INFORMATION SYSTEMS
chapter 3. Health information infrastructure and systems
Objectives
Key words
Health information technology in health care
Background
Federal involvement in health information technology
Role of the private sector
Compelling reasons to implement health information technology
Obstacles to health information technology adoption
Emerging health information networks
Role of health information management
References
Additional resources
chapter 4. Health data concepts
Objectives
Key words
Health data users and uses
Overview of the patient record
Data collection standards
Basic principles of data collection
Design and control of paper forms and computer views and templates
Health record flow and processing
Methods to ensure data quality
Data quality monitoring methods and solutions
Data needs across the health care continuum
Electronic health record initiatves
Summary and management issues
References
Additional resources
chapter 5. Electronic health record systems
Objectives
Key words
Electronic health records: the case for quality and change
What are electronic health record systems, and how do they work?
How do technical infrastructure, data requirements, and operations workflow fit into ehr systems?
When are electronic health record systems part of migration paths in health care organizations?
How do health information management business processes change in the electronic health record environment?
The future now
Virtual health information management department
How do industry challenges affect electronic health record planning, implementation, and benefits realization?
Summary
References
chapter 6. Classification systems, clinical vocabularies, and terminology
Key words
The challenge of clinical communications and information exchange
Clinical terminologies
Interface terminologies
Mapping
Understanding terminologies
References
Section 3: HEALTH CARE INFORMATICS
chapter 7. Technology, applications and security
Objectives
Key words
Health information infrastructure, technology, and applications
Designing the user interface
Computer applications
Emerging technologies
Telehealth
Computer security
Data management technology
References
chapter 8. Information systems life cycle and project management
Objectives
Key words
Introduction
The players
Project management
System life cycles
Information system life cycle
Analysis
Design principles
Role of prototyping in system development
System implementation
System evaluation and benefits realization
Purchasing process: request for proposal
References
Resources
chapter 9. Managing electronic health record systems: collaboration and implementation
Objectives
Key words
Value of user perspective
Environmental basics (required for true collaboration)
The tide turns
Process modeling
Database design
Implementation readiness
System and project evaluation
References
Resources
Section 4: DATA MANAGEMENT AND USE
chapter 10. Statistics and data presentation
Objectives
Key words
Overview of statistics and data presentation
Health care statistics
Organizing and displaying the data
Statistical measures and tests
Summary
References
chapter 11. Research and epidemiology
Objectives
Key words
Overview of research and epidemiology
Role of the health information management professional
Designing the research proposal
Validity and reliability
Biases
Epidemiologic/research study designs
Use of computer software in research
Outcome studies and epidemiology
Summary
References
chapter 12. Performance management and patient safety
Objectives
Key terms
The big picture and key players
Performance measurement
Performance assessment
Performance improvement
Process improvement tools
Patient safety
Risk management
Utilization management
Medical staff credentialing and privileging
Role of managers in quality and patient safety
References
chapter 13. Data reporting, interpretation and use
Objectives
Key words
Health care data
Health care data reporting and uses
Registries overview
Cancer registries
Birth defects registries
Death registries
Diabetes registries
Implant registries
Immunization registries
Organ transplant registries
Trauma registries
Traumatic brain injury registry
Research and use of data
Public health research
Public health informatics
Bioterrorism surveillance
Use of population-based data
Health services research
Medical research
Certified health data analyst
Data dictionary
Data interpretation and outcomes
References
chapter 14. Privacy and health law
Objectives
Key words
Why are legal issues important to health information management professionals?
The legal system
Legal obligations and risks of health care facilities and individual health care providers
References
Section 5: MANAGEMENT
chapter 15. Human resource management
Objectives
Key words
Human resource management
Future issues
References
chapter 16. Operational management
Objectives
Key words
Introduction
Individual work processes (micro level)
Systems and organizational level (midlevel)
Organization-wide level
Strategic management
Design and management of space in health information services
References