E-Health Care Information Systems: An Introduction for Students and Professionals / Edition 1

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Overview

E-Health Care Information Systems is a comprehensive collection written by leading experts from a range of disciplines including medicine, health sciences, engineering, business information systems, and computing technology. It provides a theoretical framework with sound methodological approaches and is filled with numerous case examples.
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Reviewer: David M. Liebovitz, MD (Northwestern Memorial Hospital)
Description: This book provides a reference for understanding the motivations, design techniques, and scientific constructs behind implementing selected modern information management approaches in healthcare. Examples of implementation and electronic dissemination in different environments are included.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a comprehensive text on e-technologies in healthcare for students in a variety of healthcare disciplines. This book serves as an important contribution in terms of facilitating understanding of important design considerations and the varied environments of ongoing e-healthcare implementations. The objectives are met.
Audience: The book is written for students in a variety of healthcare related disciplines according to the author. This is an appropriate audience, however, emphasizing the best match between students of population health and epidemiology and health services research; areas that were included among many others in the preface. The author is a credible authority.
Features: The book covers many perspectives in e-healthcare systems and applications. Specifically, motivating factors leading to system development and examples are included such as remote interaction with specialized clinical scenarios. Use of decision support, including some rigorous design approaches, is discussed. The impact of e-health care in larger contexts is also discussed. A nice summary of all tables and figures is included at the beginning and serves as an easy tool for later referencing. A minor shortcoming is the frequent use of the "e-" prefix where this would likely be understood from the context.
Assessment: This book provides snapshots from the perspective of design and implementation for many aspects of electronic health information. As such, together with focused clinical examples, it is useful to students who have health information systems curricula.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780787966188
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 4/15/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 624
  • Product dimensions: 7.28 (w) x 9.47 (h) x 1.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph Tan, Ph.D., currently on leave from the University of British Columbia, is professor and head of the Information System and Manufacturing Department at Wayne State University. He serves as guest editor and editorial board member for various journals and sits on key organizing committees for local, national, and international meetings and conferences. Tan’s research—which has enjoyed significant support from local, national, and international funding agencies and other sources—has been widely cited and applied across a number of major disciplines, including health care informatics and clinical decision support, health technology management research, human processing of graphical representations, ergonomics, health administration education, telehealth, mobile health, and e-health promotion programming.

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Table of Contents

Tables, Figures, and Exhibits xi

Preface xv

Acknowledgments xix

The Editor xxi

The Contributors xxiii

PART ONE: E-HEALTH OVERVIEW 1

1 E-Health: The Next Health Care Frontier 3
Joseph Tan

The Telebaby Case 27
Ronald Spanjers, Anne F. Rutkowski

2 E-Health Vision: Drivers of and Barriers to E-Health Care 37
Joseph Tan

Cyber-Angel: The E-Robin Hood Case 52
Joseph Tan, Joshia Tan

PART TWO: E-HEALTH FOUNDATIONS 57

3 E-Health Perspectives: General Systems Concepts, Chaos and String Theories, and Social Science Thinking 59
Joseph Tan

Multicommunity E-Health Promotion Programming Case 82
Joseph Tan

4 E-Health Records: The Lifeblood of E-Health Care 91
Joseph Tan

E-Primary Health Care and E-Health Records Cases 116
Penny Grubb

5 E-Public Health Information Systems: E-Technologies for Public Health Preparedness and Surveillance 127
Joseph Tan, Francisco G. Soto Mas, C. Ed Hsu

E-Profiling of Community Health Performance Indicators Case 155
Lee Kallenbach, Joseph Tan

6 E-Networking: The Backbone of E-Health Care 163
Joseph Tan, Winnie Cheng

Mobile Health Networks Case: Unconfined Mobile Bluetooth Technology for E-Medical Services 190
Qiang Cheng, Huyu Qu, Yingge Wang, Joseph Tan

PART THREE: E-HEALTH DOMAINS AND APPLICATIONS 201

7 E-Health Domains: Surveying the E-Health Landscape: Cases and Applications 203
Pam Forducey, Kawaljeet Kaur, Cynthia Scheideman-Miller, Joseph Tan

E-Speech Therapy for Children in a Rural Oklahoma School Case 224
Cynthia Scheideman-Miller, Pam Forducey, Sharon S. Smeltzer, Avery Clouds, Bob Hodge, David Prouvéty

8 Diffusion of E-Medicine: E-Medicine in Developed and Developing Countries 231
Joseph Tan, Mengistu Kifle, Victor Mbarika, Chitu Okoli

E-Medicine Development in Taiwan Case 260
Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Chih-Ping Wei, Tsang-Hsiang Cheng, Joseph Tan

9 E-Home Care: Rejuvenating Home Health Care and Tele–Home Care 267
George Demiris, Joseph Tan

The OliverHome Case 290
Joseph Tan, George Demiris, Joshia Tan

10 E-Diagnosis Support Systems: An E-DSS for Lower Back Pain 295
Lin Lin, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Olivia R. Liu Sheng, Joseph Tan

Teleradiology Case: Present and Future 321
Yao Y. Shieh, Mason Shieh

11 E-Health Intelligence: A Multiple-Level Clustering Approach for E-Health Data Mining 330
Chih-Ping Wei, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Liang-Ming Kung, Joseph Tan

E-Patient Image Retrieval Case: Incremental Neural Net Learning 352
Lin Lin, Olivia R. Liu Sheng, Chih-Ping Wei, Paul Jen-Hwa Hu, Joseph Tan

PART FOUR: E-HEALTH STRATEGIES AND IMPACTS 363

12 E-Health Strategies: Reshaping the Traditional Health Care System 365
H. Joseph Wen, Joseph Tan

E-Health Technology Strategies and Impacts Case 396
Jung P. Shim, William E. Sorrells

13 E-Health Care Technology Management: A Multifactorial Model for Harnessing E-Technologies 406
George Eisler, Sam Sheps, Joseph Tan

Evidence-Based Medicine Case 439
Barry P. Markovitz

14 E-Security: Frameworks for Privacy and Security in E-Health Data Integration and Aggregation 450
Joseph Tan, Patrick Hung

Integrated Selective Encryption and Data Embedding for Medical Images Case 479
Qiang Cheng, Yingge Wang, Joseph Tan

15 E-Health Impacts on the Health Care and Health Services Industry: Surfing the Powerful Waves of E-Technologies 489
Joseph Tan, David C. Yen, Sharline Martin, Binshan Lin

E-Communities Case: Scalability Challenges in Information Management 515
Harris Wu, Joseph Tan, Weiguo Fan

PART FIVE: E-HEALTH PROSPECTS 521

16 E-Health Prospects: Mobile Health, Virtual Reality, and Consumer-Driven E-Health Systems 523
Joseph Tan

Virtual Reality Case 547
Joseph Tan, Pency Tsai

Name Index 554

Subject Index 562

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