Electronic Health Records: A Practical Guide for Professionals and Organizations

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American Health Information Management Association, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 482 pages
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Revised and updated to include the latest trends and applications in electronic health records, the third edition of Margret K. Amatayakuls Electronic Health Records: A Practical Guide for Professionals and Organizations offers step-by-step guidelines for developing and implementing EHR strategies for healthcare organizations. New chapters include: Information Systems Theory and Life Cycle EHR Project Management EHR Bridge Strategies, Acute Care EHR Applications, Ambulatory Care EHR Applications Momentum for Health Information Exchange. New Appendixes include: Case studies: CPOE, PHR, Patient Education and References, Document Imaging for Clinician Access Practice briefs: Legal, Hybrid, Data Quality Management Model, EDMS This is the most important EHR resource for all health information management students and educators as well as for all healthcare professionals. Margret K. Amatayakul, MBA, RHIA, CHPS, CPHIT, CPEHR, FHIMSS, is president of Margret\A Consulting, LLC, specializing in computer-based patient records and HIM standards, including HIPAA. A leading authority on EHR strategies for healthcare organizations, she also serves as adjunct faculty with the College of St. Scholastica and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Contents

Introduction to Electronic Health Records
1
Information Systems Theory and Life Cycle
25
Challenges to EHR Adoption
45
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