Electronic Health Records: A Guide for Clinicians and Administrators / Edition 1

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A leading resource in evaluating, purchasing, implementing, and using an electronic health records system (EHR), 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 and providing readers with a solid understanding of what electronic health records are and do. Divided into two major sections, the first section 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 practical, step-by-step guide to understanding the many different aspects of an EHR system.

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JAMA
The quality, safety, and affordability of US health care are serious concerns, and private- and public-sector entities have consistently advocated that an integral part of solving these problems is the adoption and use of electronic health record (EHR) systems. The second edition of Electronic Health Records: A Guide for Clinicians and Administrators is useful for anyone undecided about investing in an EHR system or who wishes to gain a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of the increasing potential and issues associated with EHRs. The book provides sound advice and effectively mixes prose with figures and tables . . . an excellent resource for introductory courses on health care systems. Overall, this second edition of Electronic Health Records should be a key resource, recommended as a must for the bookshelf or library of persons or organizations contemplating adopting or updating an EHR system.
—John Hornberger
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781930513976
  • Publisher: American College of Physicians
  • Publication date: 4/1/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 530
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Table of Contents


Electronic Health Records for Clinicians and Administrators     1
Infrastructure and Supporting Technologies
What is the Electronic Health Record?   Jerome H. Carter     3
Computer Hardware and Enabling Technologies   Daniel C. Davis, Jr.     21
Operating Systems and Programming Languages   Stephen E. Brossette     53
Databases, Warehouses, and Data Repositories   Ashwin B. Philar   Jerome H. Carter     69
Internet and Intranet Technologies   Daniel R. Masys     91
Informatics Standards   Naveen Maram     119
Understanding Processes and Outcomes
Identifying and Understanding Business Processes in Clinical Practice   Blackford Middleton   John J. Janas III     143
Identifying and Understanding Clinical Processes   Matthew Morgan     169
Clinical Decision Support   Bruce Slater   Jerome A. Osheroff     193
Quality Improvement and the EHR   Feliciano B. Yu, Jr.   Jeroan J. Allison   Thomas K. Houston     215
Physician Adoption Strategies   Lyle Berkowitz     249
Legal and Regulatory Issues
Legal Issues and Health Care Information   Terri Thompson Mallett     275
Privacy andSecurity of Health Information   Merida L. Johns     295
Electronic Health Records Selection and Implementation (Workbook)     325
Introduction     327
Electronic Health Records Selection
Starting the Electronic Health Records Selection Process   Jerome H. Carter     329
How to Use Consultants Effectively   Erica L. Drazen     337
From Process Analysis to Product Evaluation   Jerome H. Carter     345
Evaluation of Product Features   Jerome H. Carter     357
Vendor Evaluation   Sarah T. Corley     373
Creating a Request for Proposal and Negotiating a Contract   Sarah T. Corley     383
Gathering Information: Site Visits and Demonstrations   Bruce Slater     393
Electronic Health Records Implementation
Planning Your Implementation?   Jerome H. Carter     407
Project Management: Concepts and Methods   Thomas C. Tinstman     419
Workflow   Caroline Samuels     453
Going Live: Training, Data Migration, and Interfaces   Sarah T. Corley     473
EHR, HIPAA & Security: Practical Implications   Suchit Mishra     481
Glossary of Selected Terms   Steven Spadt   Linda Sundberg   Thompson M. Kuhn   Jerome H. Carter     491
Electronic Health Record Resources   Jerome H. Carter     499
Using the EHR Evaluation Form   Jerome H. Carter     503
Index     511
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