by Rand Corporation; available from the National Technical Information Service] in [Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||[By] E.C. DeLand and B.D. Waxman.|
|Contributions||Waxman, B. D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
Illustrating the importance of information systems in delivering high-quality health care at the lowest possible cost, this book provides the essential resources needed by the health informatics / medical informatics specialist to understand and successfully manage the complex nature of hospital and transinstitutional health information systems. The book refines concepts described in the Editors’ previous book Strategic Information Management in Hospitals . Review of hospital information systems, by E.C. De Land and B.D. WaxmanStatus of hospital information systems, by M.D. SchwartzElectronic data processing of prescriptions, by R.F. Maronde and S. SeibertOn-line data bank for admissions, laboratories, and clinics, by G.E. ThompsonHospital information system effectiveness, by E.J. BondData processing . The book explains how information (like medical records or administrative records) can be stored, accessed and retrieved promptly; how a patient's record can be generated easily based on demography, gender, age, and so on; and how the system can help to monitor a patient's treatment procedure--starting from his/her ailment history, to present. Two hypotheses are offered in this review of clinical information systems: that the technology is mature, and that benefits to patient care can be shown. More than ten years of operational experience exist with each general class of clinical information systems, and these systems favorably affect staff, reduce errors, improve accessibility to Cited by:
Hospital Information systems are in high demand to. handle increa sing population needs and also aids the. practicing doctors an d hospit al service a . In the absence of any consensus around a consistent use of terminology, this literature review uses the term ‘health information systems’ (HIS) to encompass the widest range of possible information technology used in healthcare systems. Yusof et al. provides an overview of the meaning of HIS:Cited by: This system need to interface with instrument and others information system in hospital information System (HIS).The data which is used in all these systems are coming from either the sensors or the SCADA system. Listing the database of patients. History of reading for a specific patient. Hospital Network. Peer-review under responsibility of the Program Chairs doi: / ScienceDirect Available online at The 5th International Conference on Current and Future Trends of Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare (ICTH ) Hospital Information Systems (HIS) Acceptance and Satisfaction: A Cited by:
information systems. Managing Hospital Records addresses the specific issues involved in managing clinical and non-clinical hospital records. A comprehensive records management system in a hospital helps to ensure that staff have access both to clinical information and to administrative records on a wideFile Size: KB. Intended for the students of Hospital Information Systems (HIS)/Hospital Administration or an equivalent training programme, the book is well-suited for the healthcare practitioners (small or large organizations) to streamline their workflow process.1/5(1). HIMSS’ Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS) certifi cation offers a pathway to careers in health information technology (health IT) for associate-level, emerging professionals, or those who would like to transition to health IT from other industries/5(7). Health Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides researchers, administrators, and medical practitioners and academicians with a complete understanding of the.