Updated with a real-world focus, Information Management for Health Care Professions, 2E is ideal for courses in baccalaureate and masters level programs in health information management, health services management, and similar programs. The text introduces the fundamentals of health information management in this era of computer-based patient records. Throughout its coverage of all the key areas of study within health information management, there is an emphasis on the use of information as an asset and the manager's role in planning and setting procedures for its proper storage, maintenance, usage, and security. Updated chapters explore the latest legislation affecting health data as well as the utilization of data warehousing, web technologies and database management systems in health information practice. Students will appreciate the new learning aids included in each chapter including Reality Checks, which focus on real life examples to reinforce concepts, and Exploring the Web, which suggest Web searches to enhance the learning experience.
This text, for use with undergraduate and graduate students in programs in health information management, health services management, and other health-related programs, focuses on the manager's role in utilizing data as an asset and on setting procedures for data storage, maintenance, usage, and security. It presents concepts associated with emerging health information management practice in data capture, analysis, and retrieval and in information dissemination. This second edition is updated to incorporate the latest legislation affecting health data as well as the use of data warehousing, web technology, and database management systems in health information practice. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1: A Model of Practice for Health Information Management. Chapter 2: Concepts of Health Information Management. Chapter 3: Information Systems in Health Care. Chapter 4: Strategic Planning for Information Systems. Chapter 5: Design and Development of Information Systems. Chapter 6: Database Management Concepts. Chapter 7: Managing Data Quality. Chapter 8: Data Retrieval and Analysis. Chapter 9: Security, Audit, and Control of Health Data. Glossary. Index