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Information technology for the health professions

Information technology for the health professions

Author: Lillian Burke; Barbara Weill
Publisher: Upper Saddle River : Pearson, 2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fifth editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lillian Burke; Barbara Weill
ISBN: 9780134877716 0134877713
OCLC Number: 1064941193
Notes: Previous edition: 2013.
Description: 1 volume ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. An Introduction to Medical Informatics: Administrative Uses of Computers in the Medical OfficeChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesClinical/Medical InformaticsThe American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH), and The Health Information Technology DecadeThe Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) (2010)Administrative Applications of Computer Technology in the Medical OfficeThe Patient Information FormThe Paper Medical RecordThe Electronic Medical RecordThe Personal Health RecordThe Electronic Health RecordThe eHealth ExchangeThe EHR and Big Data AnalyticsComputer Information Systems in Health CareMedical Office Administrative Software: An Overview Coding and GroupingSchedulingAccountingInsurance ClaimsAccounting ReportsDoes Computerization Improve Patient Outcomes?In the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional Resources2. TelemedicineChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewStore-and-Forward Technology and Interactive VideoconferencingTeleradiologyTelepathologyTeledermatologyTelecardiologyTeleneurology Telestroke Epilepsy Parkinson's Disease E-mail and Digital Cameras in TeleneurologyTelepsychiatryRemote Monitoring DevicesTelewound CareTelehome CareTelemedicine in PrisonOther Telemedicine ApplicationsThe TelenurseSmartphones and Tablet ComputersIs Telemedicine Effective?Issues in TelemedicineIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites3. Information Technology in Public HealthChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesIntroduction Definition Social Inequality, Poverty, and HealthUsing Computers to Study DiseaseStatistics and Epidemics: A Historical OverviewThe Emergence of Diseases in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries AIDS SARS Ebola Virus Antibiotic Resistance MRSA CRKP NDM-1 Vector-Borne Diseases West Nile Virus Zika VirusUsing Information Technology to Track and Combat a 21st Century Epidemic: CholeraInformation Technology-Collection, Modeling, and Surveillance of Disease AgentsComputer Modeling of Disease: Health Statistics and Infectious Disease Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study (MIDAS)Climate Change: Global WarmingThe Public Health Response to Hurricane KatrinaThe BP Deepwater Horizon Oil SpillA Note on the Earthquake, Tsunami, and Radiation Disaster in JapanThe Opioid Overdose EpidemicDiscussionIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites4. Information Technology in RadiologyChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesIntroductionX-RaysUltrasoundDigital Imaging Techniques Computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging Positron Emission Tomography Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography Scans Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Bone Density TestsOther Imaging TechnologyNanotechnologyComputer-Aided DetectionPicture Archiving and Communications SystemsInterventional Radiology: Bloodless SurgeryThe Dangers of Medical RadiationIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites5. Information Technology in Surgery-The Cutting EdgeChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewComputer-Assisted Surgery Computer-Assisted Surgical Planning Minimally Invasive SurgeryComputer-Assisted Surgery and Robotics ROBODOC, AESOP, ZEUS, da Vinci, MINERVA, NeuroArm, and Other Robotic Devices Issues in Robotic Surgery Augmented Reality Telepresence Surgery NASA Extreme Environment Mission OperationThe Operating Room of the FutureLasers in SurgeryDiscussion and Future Directions NanotechnologyConclusionIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites6. Information Technology in PharmacyChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewThe Food and Drug AdministrationUncertified MedicinesBiotechnology and the Human Genome Project Rational Drug Design Bioinformatics The Human Genome Project Developments in BiotechnologyComputer-Assisted Drug TrialsComputer-Assisted Drug ReviewThe Computerized Pharmacy Computers and Drug Errors The Automated Community Pharmacy Automating the Hospital Pharmacy The Hospital Pharmacy-Robots and Barcodes Point-of-Use Drug Dispensing Computerized IVS and Barcodes Radio Frequency Identification TagsTelepharmacyDrug Delivery on a ChipNanotechnology and PharmacyThe Impact of Information Technology on PharmacyIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional Resources7. Information Technology in DentistryChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewEducationAdministrative Applications The Electronic Dental ChartDemographics and the Transformation of DentistryComputerized Instruments in DentistryEndodonticsPeriodonticsCosmetic DentistryDiagnosis and Expert SystemsDiagnostic Tools X-Rays Digital Radiography Cone Beam Computed Tomography Scanner Electrical Conductance Other Methods Light IlluminationLasers in DentistryMinimally Invasive DentistrySurgeryTeledentistryIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites8. Informational Resources: Computer-Assisted Instruction, Expert Systems, Health Information OnlineChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewEducation The Visible Human Project Computer-Assisted Instruction Simulation Software Virtual Reality Simulations Patient Simulators Distance LearningDecision Support: Expert SystemsHealth Information on the Internet Medical Literature Databases E-mail Self-Help on the Web Support Groups on the Web Judging the Reliability of Health Information on the InternetHealth-Related Smartphone and Tablet Computer AppsComputers and PsychiatryConclusionIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites9. Information Technology in Rehabilitative Therapies: Computerized Medical Devices, Assistive Technology, and Prosthetic DevicesChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesOverviewComputerized Medical Instruments and Devices Computerized Devices in Optometry/OphthalmologyAssistive Devices Augmentative Communication Devices Electronic Aids to Daily LivingProsthetic DevicesComputerized Functional Electrical Stimulation TechnologyRisks Posed by ImplantsComputers in Rehabilitative TherapiesConclusionIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites10. Security and Privacy in an Electronic AgeChapter OutlineLearning ObjectivesSecurity and Privacy-An OverviewThreats to Information Technology Computer Technology and Crime SecurityPrivacy Databases Government Databases Private Databases Databases and the InternetPrivacy, Security, and Health Care Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and HITECH Privacy of Medical Records Under HIPAA, HITECH, and the USA Patriot Act Telemedicine and Privacy E-mail and Privacy Privacy and Genetic Information Privacy and Electronic Health RecordsIn the NewsChapter SummaryKey TermsReview ExercisesNotesAdditional ResourcesRelated Websites
Responsibility: Lilian Burke, Barbara Weill.


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