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Health Information Management and Technology

Health Information Management and Technology

1st Edition
By M. Beth Shanholtzer and Gary Ozanich
ISBN10: 0073513687
ISBN13: 9780073513683
Copyright: 2016
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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