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Comparative Records for Health Information Management,9781401839482

Comparative Records for Health Information Management

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9781401839482

ISBN10:
1401839487
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Pub. Date:
9/2/2004
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, The second edition of Comparative Heath Information Management provides a comprehensive survey of current health information practice. Each chapter includes didactic aids as well as opportunities for more in-depth analysis of subject matter to enhance learning.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgments xiv
About the Author xvi
Introduction
1(22)
Ann H. Peden
The Changing Face of Health Care in America
1(14)
Impact on the Role of the Health Information Manager
15(8)
Hospital-Based Ambulatory Care
23(35)
Ann H. Peden
Introduction to Setting
24(3)
Regulatory Issues
27(1)
Documentation
27(6)
Reimbursement
33(7)
Information Management
40(4)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
44(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
45(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
46(2)
Trends
48(10)
Freestanding Ambulatory Care
58(45)
Elizabeth D. Bowman
Introduction to Setting
59(2)
Regulatory Issues
61(4)
Documentation
65(14)
Reimbursement
79(3)
Information Management
82(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
88(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
89(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
91(1)
Trends
92(11)
Managed Care
103(32)
Lynn Kuehn
Introduction to Setting
104(5)
Regulatory Issues
109(3)
Documentation
112(1)
Revenue Generation
113(4)
Information Management
117(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
123(2)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
125(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
127(2)
Trends
129(6)
Dialysis
135(27)
Ann H. Peden
Introduction to Setting
136(3)
Regulatory Issues
139(1)
Documentation
140(3)
Reimbursement
143(1)
Information Management
144(7)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
151(1)
Risk Management, Legal, and Ethical Issues
152(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
155(7)
Correctional Facilities
162(36)
Barbara Manny
Brianna McCloe Rogers
Introduction to Setting
164(13)
Regulatory Issues
177(2)
Documentation
179(4)
Reimbursement and Funding
183(1)
Information Management
184(4)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
188(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
189(1)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
190(1)
Trends
191(7)
Mental Health: Long-Term and Acute Services
198(45)
C. Harrell Weathersby
Introduction to Setting
199(12)
Regulatory Issues
211(2)
Documentation
213(9)
Reimbursement and Funding
222(1)
Information Management
222(7)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
229(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
230(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
233(1)
Trends
234(9)
Substance Abuse
243(47)
Frances Wickham Lee
Kimberly D. Taylor
Melissa King
Introduction to Setting
244(10)
Regulatory Issues
254(2)
Documentation
256(10)
Reimbursement and Funding
266(1)
Information Management
267(4)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
271(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
272(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
275(5)
Trends
280(10)
Facilities for Individuals with Mental Retardation or Developmental Disabilities
290(36)
Elaine C. Jouette
Judy S. Westerfield
Introduction to Setting
291(4)
Regulatory Issues
295(1)
Documentation
296(1)
Reimbursement and Funding
297(3)
Information Management
300(16)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
316(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
316(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
319(1)
Trends
320(6)
Long-Term Care
326(43)
Kris King
Barbara A. Gorenflo
Introduction to Setting
327(7)
Regulatory Issues
334(2)
Documentation
336(7)
Reimbursement and Funding
343(5)
Information Management
348(8)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
356(3)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
359(10)
Rehabilitation
369(50)
Terry Winkler
Ann H. Peden
Introduction to Setting
370(10)
Regulatory Issues
380(4)
Documentation
384(8)
Reimbursement and Funding
392(5)
Information Management
397(9)
Quality Improvement and Program Evaluation Systems
406(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
406(1)
Role of the Health Information Manager
407(1)
Trends
407(12)
Home Health Care
419(27)
Kim A. Boyles
Gwen D. Smith
Introduction to Setting
420(2)
Regulatory Issues
422(2)
Documentation
424(4)
Reimbursement and Funding
428(4)
Information Management
432(1)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
433(4)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
437(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
439(1)
Trends
440(6)
Hospice
446(37)
Karen M. Staszel
Teresa Sherfy
Introduction to Setting
447(3)
Regulatory Issues
450(5)
Documentation
455(5)
Reimbursement and Funding
460(4)
Information Management
464(8)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
472(2)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
474(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
476(1)
Trends
477(6)
Dental Care Settings
483(36)
Cheryl L. Berthelsen
Denise D. Krause
Francis G. Serio
Introduction to Setting
484(8)
Regulatory Issues
492(1)
Documentation
493(6)
Reimbursement
499(2)
Information Management
501(6)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
507(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
508(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
510(1)
Trends
510(9)
Veterinary Settings
519(31)
Margaret L. Neterer
Introduction to Setting
520(2)
Regulatory Issues
522(2)
Documentation
524(5)
Reimbursement
529(1)
Information Management
530(5)
Quality Improvement and Utilization Management
535(1)
Risk Management and Legal Issues
536(6)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
542(1)
Trends
542(8)
Consulting
550(26)
Karen Wright
Scott Wright
Introduction to Setting
553(1)
Regulatory Issues
554(1)
Documentation
555(1)
Reimbursement and Compliance
555(2)
Role of the Health Information Management Professional
557(13)
Trends
570(6)
Index 576


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