Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.The quick and easy way to master healthcare technology and use your knowledge in real-world situationsIf you're looking for a fun, fast review that boils healthcare informatics down to its most essential, must-know points, your search ends here! Healthcare Informatics Demystified is a complete yet concise overview of today's healthcare information technology.This guide introduces you to topics such as computer physician order entry (CPOE), electronic medication administration records (eMARs), decision support systems, and more. You will learn how to maintain electronic medical records (EMRs), use telemedicine to coordinate healthcare management, and safeguard a patient's privacy during treatment.
Studying is easy and effective with key objectives,important terms, brief overviews, tables and diagrams, and NCLEX-style questions throughout the book. At the end is a comprehensive final exam that covers all the content found in Healthcare Informatics Demystified.
This fast and easy guide features:
Clear learning objectives and key terms to keep you on track
A time-saving approach to performing better on an exam or at work
Chapter review questions and final exam at the end of the book
Topics presented in a build-on-what- you learn approach
Glossary of key terms
Simple enough for a student but comprehensive enough for a professional, Healthcare Informatics DeMYSTiFieD is your shortcut to mastering the basics of today's healthcare technology.
Jim Keogh is on the faculty of Columbia University teaching courses in its technology certification program. He has spent 15 years developing computer systems for major Wall Street firms such as Salomen, Inc. and Bear Stearns and has written several best-selling books for Prentice Hall and IDG.
IntroductionChapter 1: Nursing Informatics The Basis of Nursing Informatics 1. Clinical Informatics Applications 2. Brief History of Computers 3. Inside a Computer 4. Inside an Application 5. A Clinical System 6. Clinical Systems Development Chapter 2: Clinical Systems Analysis 1. A Clinical System 2. Clinical Systems Development Process 3. Entities 4. Object-Oriented Design 5. Data Capture 6. Application Architecture Chapter 3: Clinical Database Analysis 1. Clinical Database Application 2. Clinical Logical Database Design 3. Clinical Physical Database Design Chapter 4: Clinical Data Reporting 1. Reporting Language 2. SQL 3. Insert and Retrieve Information 4. Update and Delete 5. Cloumn Functions 6. Group Queries 7. Sorting 8. Joins 9. Transactional Application 10. SQL Securithy 11. Stored Procedures Chapter 5: Clinical Project Management 1. Introduction to Project Management 2. Work Breakdown Structure and Tasks 3. Reslources 4. Costs 5. Management Tools 6. Change Management 7. Risk Management 8. Postdevelopment 9. Agile Project Management Chapter 6: Clinical Informatics Team Management 1. Project Team Management 2. Conflict Resolution 3. Group Dynamics 4. Effective Commubnication 5. Management Techniques Chapter 7: Clinical Computer Networks 1. Encoding Data 2. OSI Model 3. Network Packets 4. Ethernet and Networks 5. Routers 6. IP Addresses 7. The Internet and Intranet 8. Remote Login 9. Email 10. Wi-Fi 11. Bluetooth 12. Cell Phones Chapter 8: Clkinical Vendor Negotiations 1. Procurement 2. Negotiation 3. Conflict Resolution 4. Contract 5. Working the Contract Chapter 9: Clinical Disaster Recovery 1. Disaster Recovery 2. Risk Assessment 3. Disaster Recovery Plan 4. Disaster Recovery Options 5. Diaster Recovery Operations Chapter 10: Clinical Systems Security 1.Security Audit 2. HIPAA and HITECH Act 3. Proxy Servers 4. Firewall 5. Encryption 6.Security on a Wireless Network 7.Spam 8. Denial of Service Attack 9. Identity Theft 10. Computer Viruses Final Exam Glossary Index