Electronic Health Records: An Audit and Internal Control Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 15, 2008 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
Electronic Health Records: An Audit and Internal Control Guide describes the infrastructure of electronic health records and the impact that the government's new criteria will have on the private and public marketplace. Understand what to look for in a health care record management system and find tips and helpful guidance for implementation. If you are trying to facilitate an audit of a health record management system, you can apply the example described in the model, which will serve as a timely model and invaluable resource.
 

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Contents

An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 1 Market Background
1
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 2 Industry Applications
25
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 3 Impact of EHealth on Case Management
45
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 4 Data in an EHealth Environment
73
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 5 Algorithms
85
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 6 DataDriven Health Decisions in an EHealth Environment
107
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 7 Analytic Tools and Audit Checklists
145
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 8 Electronic Health Records
161
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 9 Healthcare Portfolio
195
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Chapter 10 Conclusions
205
An Audit and Internal Control Guide Index
227
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Rebecca S. Busch, RN, MBA, CCM, CBM, CHS-III, CFE, FHFMA, is President and CEO of Medical Business Associates, Inc. (MBA), a consulting firm specializing in healthcare audits for employers, hospitals, and insurance companies. MBA has just released an electronic version of its PHR system, Portfolia, the most comprehensive tool in the market to help individuals manage their health care experience and mitigate medical and financial errors. She has over twenty years of progressive achievement in the healthcare management industry. She is a faculty member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), has published numerous articles, and is a frequent public speaker. Her firm can be found at www.mbanews.com.

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