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Lab Manual to Accompany Essentials Of Health Information Management: Principles And Practices

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Edition:
Lab
ISBN13:

9780766845046

ISBN10:
0766845044
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
9/2/2004
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning

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Summary

Lab Manual for Essentials of Health Information Management contains application-based assignments organized according to textbook chapters, which reinforce learning and encourage skill building. While intended for all learners, the lab manual will be helpful particularly for learners who will complete a future professional-practice experience in the health information department of a hospital.

Table of Contents

Welcome to Essentials of Health Information Management Laboratory v
Objectives v
Features of the Lab Manual v
Supplements vi
Instructor's Manual vi
Online Companion vi
Web Tutor™ vi
List of Figures
vii
List of Tables
ix
Appendix I x
Health Care Delivery Systems
1(10)
Organizational Charts
1(2)
Information Literacy
3(3)
Committee Minutes
6(5)
Health Information Management Professionals
11(10)
Interview of a Professional
11(2)
Cover Letters and Resumes
13(3)
Professional Discussion Forums (Listserv)
16(1)
Professional Code of Ethics
17(2)
Journal Abstract
19(2)
Health Care Settings
21(2)
Health Care Facility Tour
21(2)
The Patient Record: Hospital, Physician Office, and Alternate Care Settings
23(16)
Administrative and Clinical Data
23(3)
Provider Documentation Guidelines
26(2)
Flow of Patient Information
28(2)
Medicare Conditions of Participation
30(3)
Amending the Patient Record
33(6)
Content of the Patient Record: Inpatient, Outpatient, and Physician Office
39(16)
Chart Assembly
39(2)
Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Patient Records
41(11)
Forms Design
52(3)
Numbering & Filing Systems and Record Storage & Circulation
55(12)
Straight Numerical and Terminal-Digit Filing
55(3)
Calculating Record Storage Needs
58(2)
Guiding Terminal-Digit Files
60(2)
Assigning Pseudonumbers
62(2)
Assigning Soundex Codes
64(3)
Indexes, Registers, and Health Data Collection
67(10)
Case Abstracting
67(5)
Master Patient Index Data Entry
72(2)
Disease, Procedure, and Physician Indexes
74(3)
Legal Aspects of Health Information Management
77(24)
Notice of Privacy Practices
77(2)
Release of Patient Information
79(2)
Release of Information Correspondence Log
81(14)
Telephone Calls for Release of Information Processing
95(4)
Statement of Confidentiality
99(2)
Coding and Reimbursement
101(6)
Hospital Financial Reports
101(2)
Updating Clinic Encounter Form
103(2)
ICD-10 Implementation in the United States
105(2)
Appendix I 107


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