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Health Information Technology.

Author: Nadinia A Davis; Melissa LaCour
Publisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Reflecting emerging trends in today's health information management, Health Information Technology, 3rd Edition covers everything from electronic health records and collecting healthcare data to coding and compliance. It prepares you for a role as a Registered Health Information Technician, one in which you not only file and keep accurate records but serve as a healthcare analyst who translates data into useful,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Davis, Nadinia A.
Health Information Technology.
Saint Louis : Elsevier Health Sciences, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nadinia A Davis; Melissa LaCour
ISBN: 9780323292207 0323292208
OCLC Number: 1058422457
Notes: Government and Private Sector Intervention.
Description: 1 online resource (604 pages)
Contents: Front cover; Half title page; Evolve page; Health Information Technology; Copyright page; Dedication; Preface; Organization of the Text; New to this Edition; Student Resources on Evolve; Instructor Resources on Evolve; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; About the Contributors; Editorial Review Board; Table of Contents; Unit I Environment of Health Information; 1 Health Care Delivery Systems; Chapter Outline; Chapter Objectives; Vocabulary; Health Care Professionals; Physicians; Nurses; Licensed Practical Nurse; Registered Nurse; Advanced Practice Nursing Specialties. Allied Health ProfessionalsProfessional Organizations; Health Information Management; Health Information Management Credentials; American Health Information Management Association; American Academy of Professional Coders; Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology; Interdisciplinary Collaboration; Comparison of Facilities; Types of Facilities; Acute Care Facilities; Ambulatory Care; Physician's Offices; Ancillary Services; Long-Term Care Facilities; Behavioral Health Facilities; Rehabilitation Facilities; Hospice; Home Health Care; Facility Size; Number of Beds. DischargesOwnership; Tax Status; Patient Population; Services; Continuity of Care; Childhood; Adult Care; Special Health Issues; Elder Care; Modern Models; Legal and Regulatory Environment; Federal; State; Licensure; Reporting; Medicaid and Uncompensated Care; Local; Accreditation; The Joint Commission; National Integrated Accreditation for Healthcare Organizations; Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management; Professional Standards; Works Cited; Suggested Reading; Chapter Activities; Chapter Summary. Review Questions2 Collecting Health Care Data; Chapter Outline; Chapter Objectives; Vocabulary; Basic Concepts; Health; Data; Information; Health Data; Health Information; Key Data Categories; Demographic Data; Socioeconomic Data; Financial Data; Clinical Data; Medical Decision Making; Subjective; Objective; Assessment; Plan; Outcome; Describing Data; Building a Database; Characters; Fields; Records; Files; Master Patient Index; Organization of Data Elements in a Health Record; Data Collection; Forms; Content; Format; Compliance; Other Considerations; Forms Control; Paper; Integrated Record. Source-Oriented RecordProblem-Oriented Record; Problem List; Electronic Health Record; Advantages and Disadvantages; Data Quality; Electronic Data Collection; Quality Elements; Data Accuracy; Data Accessibility; Data Consistency; Data Timeliness; Data Completeness; Data Definition; Data Sets; Defined Data Sets; Works Cited; Suggested Reading; Chapter Activities; Chapter Summary; Review Questions; 3 Electronic Health Records; Chapter Objectives; Vocabulary; Chapter Outline; The Evolution of the Electronic Health Record; The Paper Record; The Hybrid Record; The Electronic Health Record.

Abstract:

Reflecting emerging trends in today's health information management, Health Information Technology, 3rd Edition covers everything from electronic health records and collecting healthcare data to coding and compliance. It prepares you for a role as a Registered Health Information Technician, one in which you not only file and keep accurate records but serve as a healthcare analyst who translates data into useful, quality information that can control costs and further research. This edition includes new full-color illustrations and easy access to definitions of daunting terms and acronym.

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