Staying current is staying efficient. When you add "Electronic Health Records: Transforming Your Medical Practice," a
best-selling medical practice efficiency primer to your practice's library, you add the latest trends in:
- Technology application for maximum results;
- Cost-reduction strategies that save you money; and
- HIPAA privacy compliance to practice operations to ensure you're on the right side of the law.
Transform your medical practice and improve patient care!
Here is a practical guide to electronic health records for everyone in the medical practice setting, so they can make the implementation process efficient and correct.
You'll get complete information on all the critical areas of successful EHR implementation, including:
- External and internal environments;
- Needs assessment;
- Organization and planning;
- Vendor selection;
- Practice implementation;
- Ongoing maintenance and enhancement.
The book comes complete with tools, checklists, case studies and exhibits.
What they're saying about this book:
"The (authors) have developed a comprehensive, easy-to-read 'how to' for physicians making the change from a paper-based system of health care records to an electronic one. By helping doctors understand the financial, technical and workflow details involved in electronic health record implementation, their work stands as a highly significant contribution to the health care IT field overall," Janet M. Marchibroda, chief executive officer, eHealth Initiative, Washington, D.C.
Publisher: Medical Group Management
Author: Margret Amatayakul, MBA, RHIA, CHPS, CPEHR, CHPS, FHIMSS and Steven S. Lazarus, PhD, CHPS, CPEHR, FHIMSS
About the Authors
Margret Amatayakul is president of Margret\A Consulting, LLC, a firm dedicated to providing effective and efficient solutions to today’s information management and systems issues. She is co-founder of Health IT Certification. She has an extensive history of working in the field of electronic health records (EHR) and associated standards, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Margret is a widely acclaimed speaker and has published extensively, having several regular columns in health care trade magazines. She has written books on HIPAA, EHR, finance concepts for health professionals, and work flow and process improvement.
Steven S. Lazarus is president and co-founder of Boundary Information Group (BIG), a consortium of health care information and technology consulting firms using their collective experience and knowledge to address the information needs of the health care community. He consults on EHR, system strategic planning, revenue cycle and work flow improvement, and HIPAA compliance. His clients include physician practices, hospitals, insurance companies, vendors, government (federal, state and local) and national associations.