Information Management for Health Professions

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Delmar Publishers, 1997 - Information resources management - 316 pages
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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Contents

Definitions of Health Information Management
3
Model of Practice
9
Concepts of Health Information Management
18
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Loyola University, Chicago

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