Adaptive Health Management Information Systems: Concepts, Cases, & Practical Applications

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Mar 9, 2010 - Business & Economics - 413 pages
Health management information systems : a managerial perspective / Joseph Tan -- Health management information systems executives : roles and responsibilities of chief executive officers and chief information officers in healthcare services organizations / Joseph Tan -- Online health information seeking : access and digital equity considerations / Fay Cobb Payton and Joseph Tan -- Health management information system enterprise software : the new generation of HMIS administrative applications / Joshia Tan with Joseph Tan -- Community health information networks : building virtual communities and networking health provider organizations / Jayfus T. Doswell, SherRhonda R. Gibbs, and Kelley M. Duncanson -- Trending toward patient-centric management systems / Joseph Tan with Joshia Tan -- Health management information system integration : achieving systems interoperability with Web services / J.K. Zhang and Joseph Tan -- Health management strategic information system planning/information requirements / Jon Blue and Joseph Tan -- Systems development : health management information system analysis and developmental methodologies / Joseph Tan -- Data stewardship : foundation for health management information system design, implementation, and evaluation / Bryan Bennett -- Managing health management information system projects : system implementation and information technology services management / Joseph Tan -- Health management information system standards : standards adoption in healthcare information technologies / Sanjay P. Sood ... [et al.] -- Health management information system governance, policy, and international perspectives : HMIS globalization through e-health / Anantachai Panjamapirom and Philip F. Musa -- Health management information system innovation : managing innovation diffusion in healthcare services organizations / Tugrul U. Daim, Nuri Basoglu, and Joseph Tan.

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This is a required book for my online health care information systems class. I want to set this book on FIRE after I write this last case study analysis. Not only is my instructor helpless, but this is the WORST choice for a textbook when you are basically self-teaching a class. The information is very unclear and hard to understand. The questions at the end of the chapters are either confusing or make absolutely no sense at all. Between this awful book and my crappy instructor, I pretty much would rather give a kidney than have to take this class.
If this book is required for your class, drop it now. Take it somewhere else. You'll thank me later.

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I do not like this book. This is a required book for my class that I have to read. The author does not engage readers to the book or help them understand the point of the chapter. I would not recommend any professor to use this book.


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Professor, Department of Business, Wayne State University School of Business Administration

Associate Professor of Information Systems/Technology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina

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