Handbook of Record Storage and Space Management

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Quorum Books, 1983 - Business & Economics - 142 pages

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Planning and Evaluating Hard Copy Systems
Establishment of a Retention Policy
Equipment Evaluation

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About the author (1983)

For over 35 years, C. Peter Waegemann has studied the influence of the information society on our thinking and our lives. From 1984 to 2009 he was CEO of Medical Records Institute in Boston, MA. He is an internationally recognized visionary in healthcare informatics, has published widely in the US and Germany, and frequently speaks on the information society, eHealth, knowledge management, and analytics. In 2007, HealthLeaders named him one of the 20 outstanding people who make healthcare better. He is based in Boston MA and Berlin Germany. Publications include: Knowledge Capital in the Digital Society, CreateSpace, 2012 "The Future of mHealth," in mHealth: From Smart Phones to Smart Systems, HIMSS, 2012 "mHealth, New opportunities for healthcare improvement," Asian Hospital and Healthcare Management, 2011 Internationale Entwicklungen in HIT und medizinischer Dokumentation, DVMD, Germany 2011 "Patienten- und Arztkommunikation mit der Elektronischen Patientenakte" in Personalisierte Medizin & Informationstechnologie, Dresden: Health Academy 14, 2011 Strategy for Information and Image Management in the 1990s, Optical Disk Institute, Boston MA, 1992 Handbook of Optical Memory Systems, Optical Disk Institute, Newton MA, 1989 Handbook of Record Storage and Space Management, Greenwood Press, 1987 Past chair and board roles include: Mobile Healthcare Alliance 2004-2004 SNOMED INTERNATIONAL 2004 ASTM Committee E31 Centre for Advancement of Electronic Health Records Ltd. (England) 1992-2002 American National Standards Institute's Healthcare Informatics Standards Board 1995-2001 US National Coordinator: G8 GIS Theme Two (Health Care, etc.) 1997 CORBAmed, Object Management Group 1995-1998 ASTM E31 Authentication of Healthcare Information Subcommittee 1994-1995 International Patient Card Standards Council 1991-1995 US Technical Advisory Group, ISO TC215 Health Informatics, US Technical Advisory Group; Consumer Interests and Web Activity Standards Task Groups Consensus Group on Information Capture and Report Generation Recognitions include: 2007 HealthLeaders: "one of the 20 outstanding people who make healthcare better" 2001 American National Standards Institute: Appreciation of work in ANSI HISB 2000 AAMT: Distinguished Service Award 1999 ASTM Award: Contributions to healthcare standards work 1995 American Society of Engineers: Outstanding work in standardization in health care 1994 Computer-based Patient Record Institute: Recognition Award

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