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Cases on Healthcare Information Technology for Patient Care Management
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Healthcare organizations have made investments in health information technologies such as electronic health records, health information exchanges, and many more, which have increased the importance of health information technology studies.

Cases on Healthcare Information Technology for Patient Care Management highlights the importance of understanding the potential challenges and lessons learned from past technology implementations. This comprehensive collection of case studies aims to help improve the understanding of the process as well as challenges faced and lessons learned through implementation of health information technologies.

Table of Contents

1. Doing and Understanding: Use of Case Studies for Health Informatics Education and Training
Cynthia LeRouge (Saint Louis University, USA), Herman Tolentino (Centers of Disease Control & Prevention, USA), Sherrilynne Fuller (University of Washington, USA), Allison Tuma (Saint Louis University, USA)

2. Individual, Organizational, and Technological Barriers to EHR Implementation
Matthew J. Wills (Indiana University East, USA)

3. One System of Care, One Electronic Chart
Jennifer Gholson (Regional Health, USA) Heidi Tennyson (Regional Health, USA)

4. Big Information Technology Bet of a Small Community Hospital
Sergey P. Motorny (Dakota State University, USA)

5. Physician Interaction with EHR: The Importance of Stakeholder Identification and Change Management
Cherie Noteboom (Dakota State University, USA)

6. Primary Care Patient Management and Health Information Technology
Nina Multak (Drexel University, USA)

7. Good IT Requires Good Communication
Charles H Andrus (Saint Louis University, USA), Mark Gaynor (Saint Louis University, USA)

8. Telehealth Implementation: The Voice of Experience
Mary DeVany (University of Minnesota, USA), Karla Knobloch-Ludwig (Infectious Disease Specialists, USA), Marilyn Penticoff (University of Minnesota, USA), Aris Assimacopoulos (Infectious Disease Specialists, USA), Stuart Speedie (University of Minnesota, USA)

9. Avera Medical Group Pierre’s Implementation of an eConsult Program: Bringing Specialty Practices to Patients in Rural South Dakota
Ann Pommer (Avera Medical Group Pierre, USA)

10. Florida Health Information Exchange: A Journey to Improving Care through the Exchange of Patient Health Information
Alice Noblin (University of Central Florida, USA), Kelly McLendon (Health Information Xperts, USA), Steven Shim (Harris IT Services, USA)

11. Health Information Technology Collaboration in Community Health Centers: The Community Partners HealthNet, Inc.
Elizabeth J. Forrestal (East Carolina University, USA), Leigh W. Cellucci (East Carolina University, USA), Xiaoming Zeng (East Carolina University, USA), Michael H. Kennedy (East Carolina University, USA), Doug Smith (The Community Partners HealthNet, Inc., USA)

12. CoRDS Registry: An HIT Case Study Concerning Setup and Maintenance of a Disease Registry
Seth Trudeau (Sanford Health, USA)

13. Healthcare Systems using Clinical Data: Addressing Data Interoperability Challenges
Biswadip Ghosh (Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA)

14. User and Data Classification for a Secure and Practical Approach for Patient-Doctor Profiling Using an RFID Framework in Hospital
Masoud Mohammadian (University of Canberra, Australia), Ric Jentzsch (University of Canberra, Australia)

15. Application of Handheld Computing and Mobile Phones in Diabetes Self-Care
Abdullah Wahbeh (Dakota State University, USA)

16. Mobile Device Application in Healthcare
Sandeep Lakkaraju (Dakota State University, USA), Santhosh Lakkaraju (Dakota State University, USA)

17. Clinical Decision Support System for Diabetes Prevention: An Illustrative Case
Sarin Shrestha (Dakota State University, USA)

Topics Covered:

  • Clinical decision support systems
  • Clinical intelligence and analytics
  • Computerized provider order entry
  • Electronic medical records
  • Health information exchange
  • Security and privacy issues in HIT implementations
  • Social media in healthcare
  • Telemedicine
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