Healthcare Informatics: Improving Efficiency and Productivity examines the complexities involved in managing resources in our healthcare system and explains how management theory and informatics applications can increase efficiencies in various functional areas of healthcare services. Delving into data and project management and advanced analytics, this book details and provides supporting evidence for the strategic concepts that are critical to achieving successful healthcare information technology (HIT), information management, and electronic health record (EHR) applications. This includes the vital importance of involving nursing staff in rollouts, engaging physicians early in any process, and developing a more receptive organizational culture to digital information and systems adoption.
We owe it to ourselves and future generations to do all we can to make
our healthcare systems work smarter, be more effective, and reach more
people. The power to know is at our fingertips; we need only embrace it.
—From the foreword by James H. Goodnight, PhD, CEO, SAS
Bridging the gap from theory to practice, it discusses actual informatics applications that have been incorporated by various healthcare organizations and the corresponding management strategies that led to their successful employment. Offering a wealth of detail, it details several working projects, including:
Offering the guidance that healthcare specialists need to make use of various informatics platforms, this book provides the motivation and the proven methods that can be adapted and applied to any number of staff, patient, or regulatory concerns.
Foreword; James H. Goodnight
An Introduction to the U.S. Healthcare Industry, InformationTechnology, and Informatics; Stephan Kudyba and Richard Temple
Quality Time in Healthcare: Strategies for Achieving National Goals for Meaningful Use of Health Information Technology; Michael H. Zaroukian and Peter Basch
A Project Management Framework of Healthcare Informatics Initiatives; Christi Rushnell and Mary Beattie
Nursing Roles in the Implementation of Clinical InformationSystems; Terry Moore
Architecting Computer Physician Order Entry (CPOE ) for Optimal Utilization; James F. Keel and D. Arlo Jennings
Knowledge Translation and Informatics in Healthcare; Ann Mc Kibbon
Self-Service Technology in Healthcare; Tomas Gregorio
The World of Health Analytics; Jason Burke
Enhancing Data Resources and Business Intelligence in Healthcare; Stephan Kudyba and Mark Rader
Application of Healthcare Informatics to Improving Patient Safety and Outcomes: Learning from the Experiences of Trinity Health; Rajiv Kohli, Frank Piontek, Larry Sellers, Tom Miner, and Paul Conlon
Data Mining in Healthcare; Wullianallur Raghupathi
Using Data Mining to Build Alerting Systems for DecisionSupport in Healthcare; Billie Anderson, Cali M. Davis, and J. Mich ael Hardin
Data Mining Techniques to Enhance Healthcare Cost Savings through the Identification of Abusive Billing Practices and the Optimization of Care Enhancement Services; Theodore L. Perry, Johnny E. Gore, Jeffrey W. Erdley, and Jeremy D. Lowery
Stephan Kudyba, New Jersey Institute of Technology