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Optical image-based system: A health record system in which information is created initially in paper form and then scanned into an electronic system for storage and retrieval Optical imaging technology: The process by which information is scanned onto optical disks Optimization (as related to clinical coding): The process of thoroughly reviewing the health record to identify all procedures performed and services rendered by the physician to ensure accurate and complete coding for optimum reimbursement Opt-in/Opt-out: A type of HIE model that sets the default for health information of patients to be included automatically, but the patient can opt out completely Opt-in with restrictions: A type of HIE model in which the default is set where no patient health information is automatically made available; patients must define what information is to be sent, who it is sent to, and for what purposes the information may be used Opt-out with exceptions: Sets the defaults for health information of patients to be included, but the patient can opt out completely or allow only select data to be included Orange book: The common name for the US Department of Defense document that defines the trusted computer system evaluation criteria, from which many of the security criteria for healthcare systems are being drawn Order entry: The use of a computer and decision support to record and initiate the transmission of a physician's order Orders for restraint or seclusion: Physician's orders for physical or pharmaceutical restraint or seclusion to protect the patient or others from harm Ordinal data: A type of data that represents values or observations that can be ranked or ordered; See ordinal-level data Ordinal-level data: Data with inherent order and with higher numbers usually associated with higher values; Also called ordinal data; ranked data Ordinal scale of measurement: Measurement scale that consists of separate categories with separate names ranked in terms of magnitude Organization: The planned coordination of the activities for more than one person for the achievement of a common purpose or goal Organizational chart: A graphic representation of an organization's formal reporting structure Organizational development (OD): The application of behavioral science research and practices to planned organizational change Organizational lifeline: A line drawing of important historical events in the life of an organization; used for organizational development intervention reflecting on historical trends Organizational pull model: A model in which the organization views information systems technology as the means to enable people in the organization to work more efficiently and effectively Organized Healthcare Arrangement (OHCA): An agreement characterized by more than one covered entity who share PHI to manage and benefit their common enterprise and are recognized by the public as a single entity Organizing: The process of coordinating something, such as activities

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