- 1 Electronic Health Records - A Guide For Clinicians and Administrators
- 2 Transforming Health Care Through Information: Case Studies
- 3 Clinical Information Systems: Overcoming Adverse Consequences
- 4 Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: An Implementer’s Guide
- 5 Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: A Step-by-Step Guide
Electronic Health Records - A Guide For Clinicians and Administrators
The leading resource for evaluating, purchasing, implementing, and using an electronic health records (EHR) system, this fully revised new edition continues to help even the most technology challenged reader master key concepts. Electronic Health Records, Second Edition is a user-friendly guide, presenting information in a clear and precise manner, providing readers with a solid understanding of what electronic health records are and do. This new edition features a new section on implementation planning, new chapters on decision support, informatics standards, and project management, clear advice on evaluating and selecting systems, and easy to use tables, diagrams, and figures which allow for easy access to information. Divided into two major sections, the first section of the book serves as a tutorial on technological, business, and legal aspects of EHRs. Using a hands-on workbook approach, the second section focuses on the implementation and management of the EHR system. Also included is the latest information on resources, websites, services, and vendors. Written by authors with extensive EHR implementation experience, Electronic Health Records, Second Edition is the most practical and authoritative guide to understanding the many different aspects of an EHR system.
Authors: Jerome H. Carter (Author)
ISBN-10: 1930513976 | ISBN-13: 978-1930513976 | Publication Date: March 15, 2008 | Edition: 2nd
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Transforming Health Care Through Information: Case Studies
With the growth of information and focus on Healthcare Informatics, there remains an interest in case studies. In the current field of Health Informatics there is no text that uses case studies to explain the difficulties that occur. . Edited by specialists in the field of Health Informatics, the third edition of Transforming Healthcare Through Information: Case Studies builds upon the specific examples of case studies to exemplify the various phases of introducing technological advancements into healthcare institutions. The new edition includes a section on how to implement Link2care, a system that will allow caregivers of ill patients, to seek reliable and informative online information and support. In addition the cases will be framed under new sections with discussion on new topics in the area of healthcare technology such as quality data management and knowledge management. The case studies described in the third edition will benefit not only the practicing professional but also the instructor and student studying in the field of health informatics.
Authors: Laura Einbinder (Editor), Nancy M. Lorenzi (Editor), Joan Ash (Editor), Cynthia S. Gadd (Editor), Jonathan Einbinder (Editor)
ISBN-10: 1441902686 | ISBN-13: 978-1441902689 | Publication Date: December 22, 2009 | Edition: 3rd ed.
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Clinical Information Systems: Overcoming Adverse Consequences
This Book helps fledgling organizations better prepare for the inevitable challenges and obstacles they will face upon the implementation of complex, state-of-the-art clinical information systems, such as electronic medical records. Based on the research and findings from the Provider Order Entry from the Oregon Health & Science University, this book discusses the nine categories of unintended adverse consequences that occurred at many of the leading medical centers during their implementation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art clinical information system. It goes on to present the best practices they identified to help organizations overcome these obstacles.
Authors: Dean F. Sittig, PhD, University of Texas Health Science Center, Joan S. Ash, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University
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Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: An Implementer’s Guide
This book is an award-winning resource designed to help healthcare organizations use clinical decision support (CDS) to measurably improve key healthcare outcomes such as the quality, safety, and cost-effectiveness of care delivery. It is widely used by CDS implementers as the ‘bible’ for guiding their efforts. The guide can be purchased through the HIMSS online store.
Authors: Jerome A. Osheroff , MD, Eric A. Pifer, MD, Jonathan M. Teich , FACMI,FHIMSS,MD, PhD, Dean F. Sittig, PhD FACMI, Robert A. Jenders, MD, MS, FACP
Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support: A Step-by-Step Guide
The Guide is designed to help clinical decision support implementers improve medication use and associated outcomes in their organizations by providing practical recommendations for successfully implementing CDS focused on these targets.
Chapters include detailed guidance on key areas in an effective CDS-medication management program such as:
- Optimizing governance structures and management processes
- Defining outcome improvement opportunities and baselines
- Setting up interventions in key clinical information systems and for specific targets
- Deploying CDS interventions to optimize acceptance and value
- Measuring results and refining the program
- Approaching CDS knowledge management systematically
Edited by Jerome Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI; Associate Editors: .) Appleby C, Bobb AM, Chuo J, Leighton C, Penrod LE, Saldana L, Septimus EJ, Shoolin JS, Sirajuddin AM, Sittig DF, Velasco FT, Williams RT, Wright A.
Available through the HIMSS Bookstore