Essentials of Health Information Management Principles and Practices

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 3/2/2010
  • Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
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In 2007, there were about two hundred forty five CAHIIM accredited programs in Health Informatics and Information Management Education, representing approximately ten to twelve thousand students. There are approximately ninety-five career colleges that offer HIT programs as well. We estimate close to an additional four thousand students in unaccredited programs. In addition, there are thousands of students enrolled in allied health programs who take courses in HIT. This book took a few selling cycles to pick up steam, but it is now selling over five thousand units a year with little attrition in the past two years. We have added additional sales units to our projections, as we have invested in new technology with the Learning Lab and our community site, which should impact sales positively (approximately a twenty five percent increase in the first full year of sales over historic high). We receive frequent e-mails and calls, probably on a weekly basis, asking for the time-table on this revision, so it is urgent that this plan get executed.

Table of Contents

Health Care Delivery Systems
History of Medicine and Health Care Delivery
Continuum of Care
Health Care Facility Ownership
Health Care Facility Organizational Structure
Licensure, Regulation, and Accreditation
Health Information Management Professionals
Professional Practice Experience
Join Your Professional Association
Health Care Settings
Acute Care Facilities (Hospitals)
Ambulatory and Outpatient Care
Behavioral Health Care Facilities
Home Care and Hospice
Long-Term Care
Managed Care
Federal, State, and Local Health Care
The Patient Record: Hospital, Physician Office, and Alternate Care Settings
Definition and Purpose of the Patient Record
Provider Documentation Responsibilities
Development of the Patient Record
Patient Record Formats
Archived Records
Patient Record Completion Responsibilities
Electronic Health Records
Evolution of Electronic Health Records
Electronic Health Record Systems
Regional Health Information Organizations
Impact of the American Recovery Reinvestment Act, Public Law 111-5
Components of Electronic Health Record Systems Used in Health Care
Content of the Patient Record: Inpatient, Outpatient, and Physician Office
General Documentation Issues
Hospital Inpatient Record-Administrative Data
Hospital Inpatient Record-Clinical Data
Hospital Outpatient Record
Physician Office Record
Forms Control and Design
Numbering Filing Systems and Record Storage & Circulation
Numbering Systems
Filing Systems
Filing Equipment
File Folders
Filing Controls
Loose Filing
Circulation Systems
Security of Health Information
Indexes, Registers, and Health Data Collection
Registers and Registries
Case Abstracting
Health Data Collection
Legal Aspects of Health Information Management
Legal and Regulatory Terms
Maintaining the Patient Record in the Normal Course of Business
Confidentiality of Information and HIPAA Privacy and Security Provisions
Legislation that Impacts Health Information Management
Release of Protected Health Information
Coding and Reimbursement
Nomenclatures and Classification Systems
Third-party Payers
Health Care Reimbursement Systems
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