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BUSI 505 Annotated Bibliography Matthew Richvalsky Morgan Buonpane Carmen Hairston Camille Johnson Luiza Urulescu Liberty University
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Statement of Topic With the evolvement of information technology in clinical settings across the nation, it is projected that electronic health records is the future of healthcare. Introducing EHR in health care facilties can emphatically transform the quality of health care delivery, while producing cost effective results. “Clinical care increasingly requires healthcare professionals to access patient record information that may be distributed across multiple sites, held in a variety of paper and electronic formats, and represented as mixtures of narrative, structured, coded and multimedia entries. A longitudinal person-centred electronic health record (EHR) is a much-anticipated solution” (Karla & Ingram, 1970). This paper will explore the history and development of EHR, the chronicles of health care payment models, as well as the meaningful use regulations for electronic health records and how the current system is measuring up to these statutes. Kalra, D., & Ingram, D. (1970, January 01). Electronic Health Records. Retrieved from  Anumula and Sanelli are both professionals within the Neuroradiology community. They contribute to the topic of Meaningful Use by incorporating their unique perspective to include a Neuroradiology practice into their article. This article outlines the history of Meaningful Use, explains the quality measures behind Meaningful Use, lays out Meaningful Use criteria, summarizes Stage 1 and Stage 2, and lists organizations that participate in Meaningful Use. Meaningful use was adopted in 2009 with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Anumula & Sanelli, 2012). This act provisioned 27 billion dollars to the implementation of not only quality metrics but also utilizing EHRs to support automation of reporting (Anumula & Sanelli, 2012). Meaningful Use implementation was broken down into multiple stages. Stage 1 consists of: “25 Meaningful Use objectives consisting of 15 required core objectives and 10
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 menu set objectives” (Anumula & Sanelli, 2012). Stage 2 is an expansion of stage 1: “ensuring that the Meaningful Use of HER supports the aims and priorities of the National Quality Strategy” (Anumula & Sanelli, 2012). Anumula, N., & Sanelli, P. C. (2012). Meaningful Use. American Journal of  Neuroradiology, 33(8), 1455-1457. doi:10.3174/ajnr.a3247 In the article, Factors and Forces Affecting EHR System Adoption: Report of a 2004  ACMI Discussion, Ash and Bates discuss the adoption rate in the early 2000s. This will provide  great information for examining the history of EHRs. It addresses the current state of the EHRs  in the early 2000s, and where we should have been at that time, and reasons why we were not  there (Ash & Bates, 2005;2004). It further explains the communication and training needs for 
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