Electronic medical records : a guide for clinicians and administrators /

Corporate Author: American College of Physicians--American Society of Internal Medicine.
Other Authors: Carter, Jerome H., 1955-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Philadelphia : American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, 2001
Edition: 1st ed.
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Table of Contents:
  • Ch. 1. What is an electronic medical record?
  • Ch. 2. Computer hardware and enabling technologies
  • Ch. 3. Operating systems and programming languages
  • Ch. 4. Data repositories, data marts, and data warehouses
  • Ch. 5. Internet/intranet technologies
  • Ch. 6. Indentifying and understanding business processes
  • Ch. 7. Indentifying and understanding clinical care processes
  • Ch. 8. The electronic medical record as a tool for research and patient care
  • Ch. 9. Quality improvement: Concepts and technical issues
  • Ch. 10. Physician adoption strategies
  • Ch. 11. Legal issues
  • Ch. 12. Security and confidentiality
  • Ch. 13. Beginning the selection process
  • Ch. 14. How to use consultants effectively
  • Ch. 15. From process analysis to statement of requirements
  • Ch. 16. Evaluation of features
  • Ch. 17. Vendor analysis
  • Ch. 18. Creating a request for proposal and negotiating a contract
  • Ch. 19. Gathering information: site visits and demonstrations
  • Ch. 20. Implementation: preparation and training.