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Healthcare information systems challenges of the new millennium
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9781930708556
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2000.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
electronic texts (243 p. : ill.) : digital files.
İçerik:
Designing hospital information systems: handling complexity via a user-oriented, document-based approach / Anita Krabbel and Ingrid Wetzel -- Healthcare process redesign: a case study / Minh Huynh and Sal Agnihothri -- Information security framework for health information systems / Lech J. Janczewski -- Health information management and individual privacy: application of new zealand's privacy legislation / Felix B. Tan and Gehan Gunasekara -- Understanding success and failure of healthcare information systems / Richard Heeks, David Mundy and Angel Salazar -- The use of artificial intelligence techniques and applications in the medical domain / Adi Armoni -- An intelligent data mining system to detect healthcare fraud / Guisseppi A. Forgionne, Aryya Gangopadhyay and Monica Adya -- Diabetes mellitus - evaluating the diagnostic probabilities / Adi Armoni -- Telemedicine and the information highway / Bruno Lavi and Zeev Rothstein -- Client-server computing : lessons learned and an application in the healthcare industry / Mahesh S. Raisinghani, Ann Shou-an Char.
Özet:
Healthcare information systems are crucial to the effective and efficient delivery of healthcare, to the performance of healthcare organizations and to patient care and welfare. Medical information systems drive and impact many aspects of the healthcare system, including structure, economics and performance. This book reports on the implementation of these systems, looking at both the success stories as well as the reasons for failure in the design, development and implementation of these systems.
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Healthcare information systems are crucial to the effective and efficient delivery of healthcare, to the performance of healthcare organizations and to patient care and welfare. Medical information systems drive and impact many aspects of the healthcare system, including structure, economics and performance. Health-care Information Systems: Challenges of the New Millennium reports on the implementation of these systems, looking at both the success stories as well as the reasons for failure in the design, development and implementation of these systems.


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Anita Krabbel and Ingrid WetzelMinh Huynh and Sal AgnihothriLech J. JanczewskiFelix B. Tan and Gehan GunasekaraRichard Heeks and David Mundy and Angel SalazarAdi ArmoniGuisseppi A. Forgionne and Aryya Gangopadhyay and Monica AdyaAdi ArmoniBruno Lavi and Zeev RothsteinMahesh S. Raisinghani and Ann Shou-an Char
Prefacep. i
Chapter I Designing Hospital Information Systems: Handling Complexity via a User-Oriented, Document-Based Approachp. 1
Chapter II Healthcare Process Redesign: A Case Studyp. 27
Chapter III Information Security Framework for Health Information Systemsp. 50
Chapter IV Health Information Management and Individual Privacy: Application of New Zealand's Privacy Legislationp. 80
Chapter V Understanding Success and Failure of Healthcare Information Systemsp. 96
Chapter VI The Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Applications in the Medical Domainp. 129
Chapter VII An Intelligent Data Mining System to Detect Healthcare Fraudp. 149
Chapter VIII Diabetes Mellitus - Evaluating the Diagnostic Probabilitiesp. 169
Chapter IX Telemedicine and the Information Highwayp. 178
Chapter X Client-Server Computing: Lessons Learned and an Application in the Healthcare Industryp. 220
About the Authorsp. 235
Indexp. 240