Health Management Information Systems: Methods and Practical Applications

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001 - Computers - 380 pages
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** New Edition Coming Spring 2009   for a thorough, timely, and distinctly effective overview of how information systems are being used in the health care industry today, turn to HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Methods and Practical Applications, Second Edition . Skillfully revised for both content and format, this exceptional teaching and learning tool gives students a solid command of vital information to set them on the path to professional success. Each chapter opens with a scenario that introduces students to a particular HMIS problem to be understood and overcome; new emphasis on application aids in helpful understanding to readers; graphics and tables throughout the text illustrate concepts for fast comprehension; plus, five major cases based on real-life experience.  
 

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Contents

PART IOVERVIEW OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
1
Classes of Health Management Information System Applications
12
Conclusion
19
PART IIBUILDING INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE OF HEALTH
49
Data Quality
56
Data Requirements of an Integrated Delivery System
71
Chapter 4Evolving Standards for Integrating Tomorrows Health
77
Normalization
85
PART IVMANAGING DOMAIN AND CONTROL ARCHITECTURE
205
Managerial Accountability as the Basis for Health Management
213
Information Requirements
220
Managerial Accountability
229
Introduction
236
The Roles of the CEO and CIO in Health Information Resources
247
Conclusion
256
Critical Success Factors for Health Management Information
262

The Service Process Model
91
Conclusion
97
PART IIIINTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE OF HEALTH
125
Software and User Interface Architectural Components
132
Document Management
139
The Internet Intranets and Extranets
145
Chapter 7Data Warehousing Data Mining and Integrated Health
151
Networking Health
179
Key Health Care Communication Configuration and System
186
Building Virtual Communities
197
Systems Implementation
274
Standards and Legal Issues
282
Case 2A Decision Support System for Bed Assignment at Cedar
287
Introduction
290
Conclusion
299
Case 3The Radiology Department at InstitutionMED
323
Case 5Managing a Troubled Health Management Information
347
Index
367
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