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Comparative Records for Health Information Management

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780827375208

ISBN10:
0827375204
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/13/1997
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

No other health information management book covers health care practice in such a wide variety of settings. From ambulatory care to long-term care, from dental practice to veterinary practice, from home health care to health care in correctional facilities, this text provides a comprehensive survey of current health information practice. Designed for instruction in two-year and four-year health information management programs, each chapter includes didactic aids as well as opportunities for more in-depth analysis of subject matter to enhance classroom teaching and learning.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Chapter 1 Introduction
1(9)
Ann H. Peden, MBA, RRA, CCS
The Changing Face of Health Care in America
1(5)
Impact on the Role of the Health Information Manager
6(4)
Chapter 2 Hospital-Based Ambulatory Care
10(28)
Ann H. Peden, MBA, RRA, CCS
Introduction to Setting
11(2)
Regulatory Issues
13(1)
Documentation
14(6)
Reimbursement
20(3)
Information Management
23(4)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
27(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
28(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
28(2)
Trends
30(8)
Chapter 3 Freestanding Ambulatory Care
38(38)
Elizabeth D. Bowman, MPA, RRA
Introduction to Setting
39(2)
Regulatory Issues
41(2)
Documentation
43(14)
Reimbursement
57(1)
Information Management
58(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
64(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
65(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
67(1)
Trends
67(9)
Chapter 4 Managed Care
76(31)
Lynn Kuehn, MS, RRA
Introduction to Setting
77(5)
Regulatory Issues
82(3)
Documentation
85(1)
Revenue Generation
86(4)
Information Management
90(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
96(2)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
98(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
100(2)
Trends
102(5)
Chapter 5 Dialysis
107(22)
Ann H. Peden, MBA, RRA, CCS
Introduction to Setting
108(3)
Regulatory Issues
111(1)
Documentation
112(3)
Reimbursement
115(1)
Information Management
116(5)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
121(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
122(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
122(7)
Chapter 6 Correctional Facilities
129(33)
Barbara Manny, MS, RRA
Introduction to Setting
131(13)
Regulatory Issues
144(2)
Documentation
146(4)
Reimbursement and Funding
150(1)
Information Management
151(1)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
152(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
153(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
155(1)
Trends
156(6)
Chapter 7 Dental Care Settings
162(34)
Cheryl L. Berthelsen, PhD, RRA
Introduction to Setting
163(8)
Regulatory Issues
171(1)
Documentation
172(6)
Reimbursement
178(2)
Information Management
180(4)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
184(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
185(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
187(1)
Trends
188(8)
Chapter 8 Veterinary Settings
196(29)
Margaret L. Neterer, MM, RRA
Introduction to Setting
197(2)
Regulatory Issues
199(1)
Documentation
200(2)
Reimbursement
202(4)
Information Management
206(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
212(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
213(5)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
218(1)
Trends
218(7)
Chapter 9 Substance Abuse
225(41)
Frances Wickham Lee, MBA, RRA
Kimberly D. Taylor, RRA
Introduction to Setting
226(9)
Regulatory Issues
235(1)
Documentation
236(11)
Reimbursement and Funding
247(1)
Information Management
247(5)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
252(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
253(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
256(1)
Trends
256(10)
Chapter 10 Facilities for the Mentally Retarded or Developmentally Disabled
266(35)
Elaine C. Jouette, MA, RRA
Introduction to Setting
267(4)
Regulatory Issues
271(1)
Documentation
272(1)
Reimbursement and Funding
272(3)
Information Management
275(16)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
291(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
292(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
295(1)
Trends
296(5)
Chapter 11 Mental Health: Long-Term and Acute Services
301(39)
C. Harrell Weathersby, MSW, PhD
Introduction to Setting
302(12)
Regulatory Issues
314(1)
Documentation
315(7)
Reimbursement and Funding
322(1)
Information Management
323(5)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
328(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
329(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
331(1)
Trends
332(8)
Chapter 12 Long-Term Care
340(36)
Kris King, MS, RRA, CPHQ
Introduction to Setting
341(6)
Regulatory Issues
347(2)
Documentation
349(6)
Reimbursement and Funding
355(5)
Information Management
360(5)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
365(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
368(8)
Chapter 13 Subacute Care
376(29)
Kris King, MS, RRA, CPHQ
Introduction to Setting
377(5)
Regulatory Issues
382(2)
Documentation
384(1)
Reimbursement and Funding
385(5)
Information Management
390(3)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
393(4)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
397(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
399(6)
Chapter 14 Home Health Care
405(30)
Kim A. Boyles, MS, RRA
Introduction to Setting
406(2)
Regulatory Issues
408(3)
Documentation
411(1)
Reimbursement and Funding
412(3)
Information Management
415(7)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
422(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
423(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
425(1)
Trends
425(10)
Chapter 15 Hospice
435(37)
Karen M. Staszel, RRA
Introduction to Setting
436(2)
Regulatory Issues
438(7)
Documentation
445(6)
Reimbursement and Funding
451(4)
Information Management
455(7)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
462(3)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
465(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
466(1)
Trends
467(5)
Chapter 16 Rehabilitation
472(43)
Terry Winkler, MD
Introduction to Setting
473(10)
Regulatory Issues
483(9)
Documentation
492(5)
Reimbursement and Funding
497(1)
Information Management
497(6)
Quality Improvement and Program Evaluation Systems
503(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
504(1)
Role of the Health Information Manager
505(1)
Trends
505(10)
Chapter 17 Consulting
515(28)
Karen Sparling-Lewis, MHSA, RRA, ART
Introduction to Setting
518(2)
Regulatory Issues
520(2)
Documentation
522(1)
Reimbursement and Funding
522(1)
Information Management
523(2)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
525(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
526(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
526(8)
Trends
534(9)
Index 543


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