Managing Health Care Information Systems
A Practical Approach for Health Care Executives
"Managing Health Care Information Systems" teaches key principles, methods, and applications necessary to provide access to timely, complete, accurate, legible, and relevant health care information. Written by experts for students and professionals, this well-timed book provides detailed information on the foundations of health care information management; the history, legacy, and future of health care information systems; the architecture and technologies that support health care information systems; and the challenges for senior management in information technology, such as organization, alignment with strategic planning, governance, planning initiatives, and assessing and achieving value. Comprehensive in scope, "Managing Health Care Information Systems" includes substantial discussion of data quality, regulation, laws, and standards; strategies for system acquisition, use, and support; and standards and security. Each chapter includes an overview and summary of the material, as well as learning activities. The activities provide students with the opportunity to explore more fully the concepts presented.
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"This should be required reading for all health care administrators... This book is grounded in this research, which is a strong point. . . . It gives some practical advice on how to manage the project to success... This experience is invaluable." "-- Anne M. Bobb, BS Pharm (Northwestern Memorial Hospital), in Doody Publishing."