Why is it necessary to have standards governing electronic health records
In what ways would health information management professionals be involved in
the transition from a paper or hybrid record environment to full use of an electronic
What steps should Sue Jones, as the project manager, take in managing this
Since no formal project plan has been devised, Sue will need to start from scratch. She
would have to revised all the documents and the requirements from the vendor as we
Why might a managed care organization (like an HMO or PPO) require patients
to see a primary care physician before seeing a specialist?
Managed care is a generic term for a health care re-imbursement system used to minimize
the use of services while co
Identify and discuss the six principal phases of the system development life cycle?
The SDLC is a system used to identify, investigate, design, select and implement
information system. System Initiation is the most important phase when creating a
What specific influences have been involved in the evolution of patient records?
Some specific influences that have been involved in the evolution of patient records are: The
Flexner Report, the American Medical Association, the American College of Surge
If you had a choice, would you prefer to receive medical care from a facility with
electronic health records? Please be specific with your rationale.
If I had a choice, I would choose a facility with EHRs. The reason behind this is because
I know my medi
Eunice Perry HCA 400 Summary chapters 1 2 3
Healthcare has evolved a great deal since the 18th and 19th
centuries. THE American College of Surgeons was founded. ACS
stablished the Hospital Standardization Program, Medicare and
Medicaid was established. Th