Health Management Information Systems: Methods and Practical Applications / Edition 2

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Overview

This book provides a general overview of health management information systems for students in graduate level and upper—level undergraduate programs in health administration. Health Management Information Systems is also appropriate for health information systems and mangement professionals. This text looks at the needs of the entire health care industry. Information, practical examples, and case studies from the many facets of the health care industry (hospitals, HMO's IPAs, long—term care facilities, home health agencies, etc.) are included. Instructor's manual, learning objectives, case examples, summaries, and problems are included.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: LouAnn Schraffenberger, MBA, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P(Advocate Health Care)
Description: This second edition provides an overview of how information systems are being used in today's healthcare industry.
Purpose: This book examines the strengths and weaknesses of many information systems in use today. The author uses system theory and the systems perspective to examine data systems and subsystems and system development methodologies.
Audience: The audience includes practitioners in health information management and technology positions as well as students of health management information systems theory. The author is a well-respected professor at the University of British Columbia. Chapter contributors are healthcare practitioners and professors in health management systems and information technology positions.
Features: Key revisions in this second edition include a more practice-based approach, the use of scenarios at the start of each chapter, revision of entire chapters to fill the need for an expanded knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the strategic, tactical, and operational implementation of a health management information system (HMIS). The five major parts are an overview of HMIS, building HMIS information architecture, integrating HMIS technology architecture, issues related to managing HMIS domain and control architecture, and HMIS case studies.
Assessment: The streamlining and integration of related concepts from various chapters in the previous edition makes this second edition an all new book. There is a good mixture of information management technology with domain and control architecture. The editor and authors write based on real life experiences and use them to illustrate HMIS applications in healthcare facilities. The book is a comprehensive text for the classroom, but just as easily it can serve as a vital reference for the HMIS professional.
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A textbook for students going into health-care management, explaining the current technologies being used to process information in the field. In his revision of the 1995 first edition, Tan (health policy and management, U. of British Columbia) uses a more practice-based approach, adds scenarios to improve the understanding of concepts, provides case studies at the end of each chapters, and streamlines and integrates related concepts. The case studies are contributed by other professionals and academics, most from the US. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780834217775
  • Publisher: Jones & Barlett Learning
  • Publication date: 7/26/2000
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 10.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Pt. I Overview of Health Management Information Systems 1
Ch. 1 Health Care Information Systems: An Integrated Management Perspective 3
Ch. 2 Systems Thinking: Toward a Systems Perspective of Today's Integrated Delivery Systems 23
Pt. II Building Information Architecture of Health Management Information Systems 49
Ch. 3 Health Care Data and Database Concepts: Defining Information Requirements for Integrated Delivery Systems 51
Ch. 4 Evolving Standards for Integrating Tomorrow's Health Care System: Toward a Service Process Model 77
Ch. 5 Systems Development Methodologies: Building Information Architecture for Integrated Delivery Systems 103
Pt. III Integrating Technology Architecture of Health Management Information Systems 125
Ch. 6 Surveying Health Management Information System Technology Architecture: A State-of-the-Art Review for the Health Service Delivery Industry 127
Ch. 7 Data Warehousing, Data Mining, and Integrated Health Decision Support Systems: A Comprehensive Cancer Surveillance System Architecture 151
Ch. 8 Communications System Architecture: Networking Health Provider Organizations and Building Virtual Communities 179
Pt. IV Managing Domain and Control Architecture of Health Management Information Systems 205
Ch. 9 Health Management Information System Strategic Planning and Managerial Accountability: Specifying Domain and Control Architecture 207
Ch. 10 Health Management Information System Resource Management: Safeguarding Domain and Control Architecture 235
Ch. 11 Health Management Information System Implementation: Implementing Domain and Control Architecture 259
Pt. V Application Cases of Health Management Information Systems 287
Ch. 12 Epilogue: Health Management Information System Cases 289
Case 1 Emergency Medical Transportation Resource Deployment 301
Case 2 A Decision Support System for Bed Assignment at Cedar Rapids Medical Center 313
Case 3 The Radiology Department at Institution-MED 323
Case 4 Delivering Enterprise-Wide Decision Support through E-Business Applications 333
Case 5 Managing a Troubled Health Management Information Systems Project 347
Index 367
About the Contributors 377
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