Healthcare information technology made simple!
Using a building-block approach, this unique self-teaching guide is a fun, fast, and effective way for students and clinicians to learn the essential concepts of today’s healthcare information technology. Following the acclaimed Demystified format, the book includes valuable learning aids such as key objectives, important terms, brief overviews, tables, and diagrams, and end-of-chapter questions. The author, who is a registered nurse discusses important timely topics such as computer physician order entry, electronic medication administration records, decision support systems, healthcare project management, and much more.
Table of Contents
1. Computing Technology
2. Computer Software
4. Computer Networking
5. Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
6. Computer Physician Order Entry (CPOE)
7. Electronic Medication Administration Record (eMAR)
8. Decision Support Systems
9. Healthcare Project Management
10. HIPAA and Security
11. Disaster Recovery and Operations Continuity
Jim Keogh, RN, is a registered nurse and is on the faculty of New York University and Saint Peter's College. He is the author of more than 70 books.