9780073513683

Health Information Management and Technology

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  • ISBN13:

    9780073513683

  • ISBN10:

    0073513687

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/19/2015
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

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Summary

Health Information Management and Technology (HIM&T) charts a path for success in the ever-evolving health information field. The product covers the key information today’s students need to know to be prepared for the careers of tomorrow, all in an accessible, engaging format correlated to current HIM standards. HIM&T is also available with a wide variety of digital learning tools—from Connect Plus to LearnSmart and SmartBook—that enable instructors to easily customize their courses to craft a learning environment adapted to help every student succeed.

Table of Contents


Chapter 1: Healthcare in the United States

Chapter 2: Management of Health Information: Documenting, Maintaining and Using Patient Information

Chapter 3: New Roles in Health Informatics

Chapter 4: The Life Cycle of Health Information, An Overview

Chapter 5: External Forces: Conditions of Participation, State Licensure, and Accrediting Agencies

Chapter 6: The Active Health Record: Acute Care Settings

Chapter 7: The “Discharged” Health Record

Chapter 8: The Electronic Health Record: Meaningful Use of Patient Records

Chapter 9: Privacy & Security of Digital Records

Chapter 10: Patient Wellness and Adherence

Chapter 11: Expanding the Roles and Functions of the HI Professional

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