ISBN-10:
0073513687
ISBN-13:
9780073513683
Pub. Date:
01/19/2015
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Health Information Management and Technology / Edition 1

Health Information Management and Technology / Edition 1

by M. Beth Shanholtzer Health Information Management Program Instructor, Gary W Ozanich Phd
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ISBN-13: 9780073513683
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 01/19/2015
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 813,456
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

M. Beth Shanholtzer, MAEd, RHIA, FAHIMA , has been in the health information management field for 35 years. Her experience includes HIM department management positions within hospitals in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland. She has been in academics for 20 years, and she is currently the program director and an assistant professor for an HIM associate degree program at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown, Virginia. She previously held positions as program director and instructor of associate degree programs at Kaplan University. She is an active AHIMA member, serving on the Council for Excellence in Education (CEE) board, and is currently chairperson of the Faculty Development Workgroup of the CEE. She also serves as a student mentor. On thestate level, Beth has served as president, education chair, and legislative chair of the West Virginia Health Information Management Association. She has presented at the AHIMA annual convention, the Assembly on Education (AOE), and WVHIMA conferences. In recognition of her experience as a practitioner and her advancement of the field of health information, Beth has earned the distinction of Fellow of the American Health Information Management Association (FAHIMA). Beth has authored and co-authored the first and second editions of Integrated Electronic Health Records: A Worktext for Greenway Medical Technologies’ PrimeSUITE, published by McGraw-Hill Education. Beth lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia, with her husband; they have three children.


Gary W. Ozanich, PhD, is a senior research associate in the Center for Applied Informatics at Northern Kentucky University (NKU), where he was the founding director of NKU’s Graduate Program in Health Informatics. He has had a career that spans both the private sector and academia. Gary has received numerous grants and contracts to conduct research in the areas of health informatics, health information exchange, and payment reform initiatives. He has served on regional and national healthcare related committees and work-groups, including as national chair of the HIMSS Health Information Exchange Committee and chair of the HIMSS HIE Roundtable. Gary’s private-sector background includes more than 10 years as a securities analyst on Wall Street. He also has worked as a consultant at Booz-Allen & Hamilton. Relative to academic positions, he was associate director of the Institute of Tele-Information at Columbia University and has been on the faculties of Michigan State University and University at Buffalo. He holds a PhD from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Gary lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with his wife and his Labrador and golden retrievers.

Table of Contents

PART ONE: THE EVOLVING HEALTHCARE SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES

Chapter 1 Healthcare in the United States

Chapter 2 Functions, Careers, and Credentials of the HI Professional:Documenting, Maintaining, and Managing Health Information, Past and Present

Chapter 3 Health Informatics and Health Information Management Shapingthe Evolving Healthcare System

PART TWO: PROCESSING HEALTH INFORMATION

Chapter 4 Maintaining Health Records: An Overview

Chapter 5 External Forces: Regulatory and Accreditation Influences

Chapter 6 The Active Health Record in Acute Care Settings

Chapter 7 The Post-discharge Health Record

PART THREE: THE MEANINGFUL USE OF DIGITAL HEALTH INFORMATION

Chapter 8 The Electronic Health Record: Meaningful Use of PatientRecords

Chapter 9 Privacy and Security of Digital Records

Chapter 10 The Patient’s Role in Healthcare

PART FOUR: EXPLORING NEW ROLES FOR HEALTH INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS

Chapter 11 Expanding Roles and Functions of the Health InformationManagement and Health Informatics Professional

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