Electronic health records : understanding and using computerized medical records / Richard Gartee.
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- ISBN: 9780134257501
- ISBN: 0134257502
- Physical Description: xxiii, 561 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.
- Edition: Third edition.
- Publisher: NY, NY : Pearson, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|Formatted Contents Note:||
History and evolution of electronic health records -- Functional EHR systems -- Learning medical record software -- Increased familiarity with EHR software -- Data entry at the point of care -- Understanding electronic orders -- Comprehensive evaluation of chapters 1-6 -- Problem lists, lab results, and body mass index -- Flow sheets, annotated drawings, and graphs -- Using the EHR to improve patient health -- Decision support and patient involvement -- Privacy and security of health records -- EHR coding and reimbursement -- Comprehensive evaluation of chapters 7-12.
This book was the first of its kind: A textbook focused on training users of an EHR through an innovative "learn by doing" approach. Updated to reflect the latest rules, regulations, and innovations in EHR, this new edition has more hands-on exercises than previous editions. This book is organized to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the history, theory, and functional benefits of Electronic Health Records.
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