Healthcare Information Systems & Informatics: Research and Practice, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 159904692X
  • ISBN-13: 9781599046921
  • DDC: 610.285
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 427 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released September 2008
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics: Research and Practices compiles estimable knowledge on the research of information systems and informatics applications in the healthcare industry. This book addresses organizational issues, including technology adoption, diffusion, and acceptance, as well as cost benefits and cost effectiveness, of advancing health information systems and informatics applications as innovative forms of investment in healthcare. Rapidly changing technology and the complexity of its applications make this book an invaluable resource to researchers and practitioners in the healthcare fields.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics: Research and Practices: Table of Contents.
Preface.
1: HISI Theoretical Development.
2: Designing a M-Health Framework for Conceptualizing Mobile Health Systems.
3: Factors Motivating the Acceptance of New Information and Communication Technologies in UK Healthcare: A Test of Three Models.
4: An Overview of the HIPAA-Compliant Privacy Access Control Model.
5: HISI Methodological Approaches.
6: The Internet and Managing Boomers and Seniors' Health.
7: Data Mining Medical Information: Should Artificial Neural Networks be Used to Analyze Trauma Audit Data.
8: Diagnostic Cost Reduction Using Artificial Neural Networks: The Case of Pulmonary Embolism.
9: Information Technology in Primary Care Practice in the United States.
10: A Case Study of Health Information Systems Adoption: An Adaptive Structuration Theory Approach.
11: Understanding Physicians' Acceptance of Computerized Physician Order Entry.
12: Entrepreneurial IT Governance in a Rural Family Practice Residency Program.
13: Telehealth Organizational Implementation Guideline Issues: A Canadian Perspective.
14: Computer Usage by U.S. Group Medical Practices 1994 vs. 2003 and Type of Usage Comparison to IT Practices in Taiwan.
15: HISI Implementation, Evaluation, and Practices.
16: Decentralization of the Greek National Telemedicine System.
17: Perceived Level of Benefits and Risk Core Functionalities of an EHR System.
18: Using Pocket PCs for Nurses' Shift Reports and Patient Care.
19: Evaluation of a Tool to Enhance Searching for Useful Medical Information on the Internet.
20: HISI Policies and Knowledge Transfer Processes.
21: Applying Personal Health Informatics to Create Effective Patient-Centered E-Health.
22: The Impact of Certification on Healthcare Information Technology Use.
23: The Competitive Forces Facing E-Health.
24: From Theory to Practice: Healthcare Technology Management (HCTM) Conceptualization, Measures, and Practices.
About the Contributors.
Index.
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