Section 1 Planning and Developing an It Strategy.- 1 The Mission of IT in Health Care: Creating a System That Cares.- 2 Managing the IT Strategic Planning Process.- 3 Strategies in Consulting for the 21st Century.- 4 Baylor Health Care: From Integrated Delivery Network to Organized Delivery System.- 5 Clarian Health: Clinical Excellence Through Quality and Patient Safety.- 6 International Perspective Sweden: The Evolution of Healthcare Information.- Section 2 Preparing for Organizational Change.- 7 Informatics in Health Care: Managing Organizational Change.- 8 The Role of Ethics in IT Decisions.- 9 Cases in Redesign, I: Memorial Hermann Healthcare System: Redesign and Implementation of a Multifacility Clinical Information System.- 10 Cases in Redesign, II: UPMC Health System: Transforming Care Through Clinical Documentation.- 11 International Perspective: Selayang Hospital: A Paperless and Filmless Environment in Malaysia.- Section 3 Transformation: Making It Happen.- 12 IT: Transition Fundamentals in Care Transformation.- 13 The Role of the CIO: The Evolution Continues.- 14 CIO Stories, I: Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago: Patients First, from the Ground Up.- 15 CIO Stories, II: The Jewish Home and Hospital Lifecare System, NYC: Paving the Way for Long-Term Care.- 16 CIO Stories, III: Methodist Healthcare System, San Antonio: Redesign of Clinical Documentation.- 17 CIO Stories, IV: ThedaCare, Wisconsin: Successful Integration Through Leadership.- 18 CIO Stories, V: University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago: Best of Breed, Single Vendor, or Hybrid.- 19 CIO Stories, VI: Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY: A Technical and Cultural Transformation.- 20 CIO Stories, VII: Children's Hospital, Columbus: Realizing CPOE Through an Effective CIO-CMO Partnership.- 21 CIO Stories, VIII: Sutter Health, California: IT Governance in an Integrated Healthcare Delivery System.- 22 International Perspective: Wesley Hospital, Australia: Making IT Happen in a Private Setting.- Section 4 Patient-Centered Technologies.- 23 Patient Outcomes of Health Care: Integrating Data into Management Information Systems.- 24 Measuring Outcomes: Bringing Six Sigma Excellence to Health Care.- 25 The Electronic Health Record: A New Form of Interaction.- 26 Transforming the Physician Practice: Interviewing Patients with a Computer.- 27 Nursing Administration: A Growing Role in Systems Development.- 28 Pharmacy Systems: An Emerging Role in Drug Treatment Management.- 29 Computer-Enhanced Radiology: Imaging Transformed.- 30 The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act: Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security.- 31 Information Technology and the New Culture of Patient Safety.- 32 International Perspective: Pompidou University Hospital in France: A Component-Based Clinical Information and Electronic Health Record System.- Section 5 Outlook on Future Technologies.- 33 Technologies in Progress: CPOE, Wireless Computing, and Biometrics.- 34 Evidence-Based Medicine: Enabling Physicians to Make Better Decisions.- 35 Aligning Process and Technology: Balancing Capability with Reality-Based Processes.- 36 Clinical Decision Support Systems: Impacting the Future of Clinical Decision Making.- 37 Web-Enabled Medicine: The Challenge of Ensuring Quality Information and Care.- 38 Combating Terrorism: A New Role for Health Information Systems.- 39 Public Health Surveillance: The Role of Clinical Information Systems.- 40 Leveraging Patient Data to Support Clinical Practice.- 41 Winona Health Online: Connecting the Community for Better Health.- 42 International Perspective: Global Outlook for Health Information and Communication Technologies.
Healthcare Information Systems: Planning and Developing a Strategy: IT as the Agent of Change; Twenty-first Century Approaches to Strategic Planning; The Changing Role of the Consultants; Strategies for Integrated Delivery of Systems; Case History in Strategic Planning; International Perspective: Healthcare in Sweden.- IT Initiatives: Turning a Plan Into a Reality: Strategic Decision Making; Effecting Organizational Change; The Role of Ethics in IT Decisions; Case Histories in Redesign; International Perspective: Healthcare in Malaysia, Selayang Hospital: Achieving a Paperless Environment.- Implementation: Making It Happen: Transformation, Not Replication; The Evolving Role of the CIO; CIO Stories; Case History of Transformation at the IDS Level: The Sutter Health Network; The International Perspective: Healthcare in Australia, Wesley Hospital.- Patient-Centered Technologies: Outcomes: Integrating Data into Management Information Systems; Outcomes: A New Perspective From Other Industries; The EMR: A New Interaction for Consumers; Transforming the Physician Practice.
Healthcare Information Management Systems, Third edition, will be a comprehensive volume addressing the technical, organizational, and management issues confronted by healthcare professionals in the selection, implementation, and management of healthcare information systems. With contributions from experts in the field, this book focuses on topics such as strategic planning, turning a plan into reality, implementation, patient-centered technologies, privacy, the new culture of patient safety, and the future of technologies in progress. With the addition of 28 new chapters, the Third Edition is also richly peppered with case studies of implementation, both in the United States and abroad. The case studies are evidence that information technology can be implemented efficiently to yield results, yet they do not overlook pitfalls, hurdles, and other challenges that are encountered. Designed for use by physicians, nurses, nursing and medical directors, department heads, CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, COOs, and healthcare informaticians, the book aims to be a indispensible reference.
This book addresses the challenges faced by healthcare professionals
and offers solutions in the selection, implementation, and management
of healthcare information systems. Coupled with case studies, the book
will prove to be an indispensible tool for physicians, nurses,
healthcare administrators, and medical informaticians.