Integrated Electronic Health Records https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260082261.jpeg 4 2021 9781260082265 Developed as a comprehensive learning resource, this hands-on course for Integrated Electronic Health Records is offered through McGraw Hill's Connect. Connect uses the latest technology and learning techniques to better connect professors to their students, and students to the information and customized resources they need to master a subject. Both the worktext and the online course include coverage of EHRclinic, an education-based EHR solution for online electronic health records, practice management applications, and interoperable physician-based functionality. EHRclinic will be used to demonstrate the key applications of electronic health records. Attention is paid to providing the "why"behind each task, so that the reader can accumulate transferable skills. The coverage is focused on using an EHR program in a doctor's office, while providing additional information on how tasks might also be completed in a hospital setting.
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Integrated Electronic Health Records

Integrated Electronic Health Records, 4th Edition

ISBN10: 1260082261 | ISBN13: 9781260082265
By M. Beth Shanholtzer, Amy Ensign

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Developed as a comprehensive learning resource, this hands-on course for Integrated Electronic Health Records is offered through McGraw Hill's Connect. Connect uses the latest technology and learning techniques to better connect professors to their students, and students to the information and customized resources they need to master a subject. Both the worktext and the online course include coverage of EHRclinic, an education-based EHR solution for online electronic health records, practice management applications, and interoperable physician-based functionality. EHRclinic will be used to demonstrate the key applications of electronic health records. Attention is paid to providing the "why"behind each task, so that the reader can accumulate transferable skills. The coverage is focused on using an EHR program in a doctor's office, while providing additional information on how tasks might also be completed in a hospital setting.

Table of Contents
preface 
chapter 1    An Overview of EHRclinic’s Practice Management and Electronic Health Record Software
chapter 2    Health Data Structure, Collection, and Standards
chapter 3    Content of the Health Record—Administrative Data
chapter 4    Content of the Health Record—the Past Medical, Surgical, Family, and Social Histories
chapter 5    Content of the Health Record—The Care Provider’s Responsibility
chapter 6    Financial Management: Insurance and Billing Functions
chapter 7    Privacy, Security, Confidentiality, and Legal Issues
chapter 8    Management of Information and Communication
chapter 9    Promoting Interoperability and Compliance Support
chapter 10  Looking Ahead—the Future of Health Information and Informatics
chapter 11  Additional Practice


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About the Author

M. Beth Shanholtzer

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.

Amy Ensign

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