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TitleHealthcare Information Management Systems [electronic resource] : A Practical Guide / edited by Marion J. Ball, Robert I. O'Desky, Judith V. Douglas, James W. Albright
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1991
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-4043-1
Descript XVIII, 367 p. 78 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Addressed to practitioners of healthcare administration, the book looks beyond traditional information systems. This text suggests how information systems can bring a competitive advantage to hospitals and other healthcare providers. Its viewpoint is neither technical nor clinical. Rather it is concerned with the role and the use of information in the provision of healthcare. The text is divided into several reader-friendly units, which allows the reader to quickly select only what he wants to study in depth. Divided into two sections, one dealing with support for the private practitioner, the other with managing an institution, the material spans a wide array of types of computers. This provides valuable instructional information for nurses, physicians and administrators using the computer as a tool for providing quality medical care


CONTENT

Section 1โ{128}{148}Supporting the Practitioner -- 1 The Networked Physician: Practitioner of the Future -- 2 Centrally Guided Distributed Information Systems: The Next Step -- 3 Physician Utilization of Medical Information Systems: A Prescription for Survival -- 4 Positive Patient and Specimen Identification -- 5 Decision Support: A Strategic Weapon -- 1 Computerized Doctor Office Systems: The Benefit to the Hospital, Physician, and Patient -- 2 Using the Computer to Manage Change in the Clinical Pathology Lab -- 3 Blood Banking in the AIDS Era -- 4 Computer Enhanced Radiology: A Transformation to Imaging -- 1 Nurses and Computers: At the Point of Care -- 2 Computerization: A Challenge to Nursing Administration -- 3 Nursing's Role in Defining Systems -- 4 Nursing's Relationship with Information Systems Vendors -- 5 Technology Assisted Training for the Clinical Nurse -- 1 An Approach to Physician Computer Exposure -- 2 New Roles and New Skills to Support Informatics in the Hospital -- 3 Computerized Hospital Information System as a Tool in Quality Medicine -- Section 2โ{128}{148}Managing the Institution -- 1 Computer Literacy: An Advantage to the Administrator -- 2 Methods and Models for Planning Strategically -- 3 Organizational Change and Technological Innovation -- 4 Information Systems: A Competitive Advantage for Managing Hospitals -- 5 Financial Systems: Trends and Strategies -- 6 Cost Justifying Information Systems -- 1 The Chief Information Officer as a New Administrator -- 2 The Evolution of the Chief Information Officer -- 3 Replacing a Chief Information Officer -- 4 Organizational Transformation: Responding to Technological Innovation -- 1 A Local Area Network Solution to Information Needs: The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Experience -- 2 Organizational Structure in a University Teaching Hospital -- 3 The Corporate Business Plan and Information Systems -- 4 Centralized and Distributed Information Systems: Two Architecture Approaches for the 90s -- 1 Consulting: State of the Art -- 2 Maximizing the Benefits of Using Consultants -- 3 Managing Consulting Services: A Guide for the CIO -- 4 Understanding the Purchasing and Installation Process -- Contributors


Medicine Health informatics Bioinformatics Computational biology Medicine & Public Health Health Informatics Computer Appl. in Life Sciences



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