Information Management for Health Professions
This valuable resource provides health care professionals with an understanding of the functions of health information management systems, management concepts and practices in the age of the computer-based patient record. It includes coverage of database approaches to health data storage, retrieval, and management of data quality.
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Definitions of Health Information Management
Model of Practice
Concepts of Health Information Management
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