This book highlights innovative healthcare information technologies as they perform information integration throughout various health care s ettings. Contributors, representative of these settings, provide case studies citing active examples of technology systems at work, addressi ng critical success factors, documenting success in terms of improved quality and/or reduced cost. Each example will address the full range of issues associated with technological innovation in health care, fro m policy and clinical considerations, to business and operational issu es.
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Series:||Health Informatics Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)|
Table of Contents
Section 1 The Technology Infrastructure.- 1 Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks.- 2 Data Warehouses and Clinical Data Repositories.- 3 Internet Technologies.- 4 Information System Integrity and Continuity.- Section 2 Information Management Issues For The Integrated Delivery System.- 5 Managed Care: Business and Clinical Issues.- 6 Integrated Delivery Networks.- 7 Information Strategies for Management Services Organizations.- 8 Health Plan Performance Measurement.- Section 3 Managing The Healthcare Information Enterprise.- 9 Meta-Planning: Solutions, Not Projects.- 10 Managing Vendor Relationships.- 11 Outsourcing.- Section 4 Maximizing the Value from Information Management Investments.- 12 Ensuring Value from Information Technology.- 13 Tactics for Optimizing Information Technology.- 14 The Clinical Workstation: Integrating an Academic Health Center.- 15 Process Redesign.- 16 Data Modeling.- Contributors.