For use in courses that cover EHRs in Medical Assisting, undergraduate RN and LVN nursing programs, and as a supplement to other allied professional curriculums (including RT, PT, and OT). Also useful for continuing education courses covering EHR. A complete,"learn by doing" approach to learning electronic health records.
Learn important front office, back office, and clinical EHR skills - all from one book! Using detailed pictures and easy-to follow explanations, this helpful resource teaches you how to perform a wide range of tasks using modern medical office software and electronic health records (EHRs).
The complete "learn by doing" text for everyone who must use an electronic health records system, including doctors, nurses, medical assistants, physician assistants, and other medical office staff. It provides a thorough understanding of EHR tasks and functional benefits that is continuously reinforced by actual EHR experiences.
A concise "learn by doing" text for everyone who must use an electronic health records system, including medical assistants, and other medical office staff. It provides a basic understanding of EHR tasks and functional benefits that is continuously reinforced by actual EHR experiences.
Although physicians and hospitals are receiving incentives to use electronic health records (EHRs), there is little emphasis on workflow and process improvement by providers or vendors. As a result, many healthcare organizations end up with incomplete product specifications and poor adoption rates. This book walks you through a ten-step approach for applying workflow and process management principles regardless of what stage your organization is in its EHR journey.
The Electronic Health Record: Ethical Considerations analyses the ethical issues that surround the construction, maintenance, storage, use, linkage, manipulation and communication of electronic health records. Its purpose is to provide ethical guidance to formulate and implement policies at the local, national and global level, and to provide the basis for global certification in health information ethics. Electronic health records (EHRs) are increasingly replacing the use of paper-based records in the delivery of health care. They are integral to providing eHealth, telehealth, mHealth and pHealth - all of which are increasingly replacing direct and personal physician-patient interaction - as well as in the developing field of artificial intelligence and expert systems in health care.