Information Management for Health Professions

Information Management for Health Professions

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This core textbook introduces students to the emerging roles in health information management in the age of the computer-based patient record. It provides a global understanding of the practice and concepts associated with database approaches to health data storage, retrieval, and management of data quality. This comprehensive text presents the concepts associated with many of the new emerging health information management practice areas, and provides foundational knowledge in key health care information systems and management concepts.(HIM)ALSO AVAILABLE -INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDERInstructor's Guide ISBN: 0-8273-8321-5An example of a fairly simple entity- relationship diagram (ERD) appears in Figure 5-1 . ... As would be expected, such graphics are next to impossible to manually draw and to update. ... The DFD in Figure 5-7 (later in this chapter) documents four processes that occur during a patient clinic visit: registering a patient, anbsp;...

Title:Information Management for Health Professions
Author: Merida L. Johns
Publisher:Delmar - 1997

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