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Health Information Technology
Health Information Technology
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Health Information Technology (A.S.)
Basic ICD coding, insurance billing, health law and health information systems.
The Associate in Science Health Information Technology degree program improves the health care delivery system through the education and training of students who are knowledgeable about the management of health information systems.
Newest titles for Health Information Management
Ethical Health Informatics by Health care providers and health information management (HIM) professionals continue to be faced with ethical complexities when making decisions about access to and the use of health information. Given the increased use of electronic health record systems and information technology applications, these dilemmas are increasing. Ethical Health Informatics: Challenges and Opportunities, Third Edition (formerly titled Ethical Challenges in the Management of Health Information) is an invaluable resource for students and practitioners across the health disciplines as well as Information Technology and business students.The Third Edition is an exhaustive revision that incorporates scenarios and ethical decision-making matrices that challenge the reader to determine the best course of ethical action for HIM, nurses, administrators, and IT professionals. Coverage of selected critical legal issues in the management of health information is included in each chapter. The Third Edition includes chapters on privacy and confidentiality; the uses of information for coding, quality management, research, public health and clinical care at the end of life; the electronic and digital health information systems; management of sensitive information (genetic, adoption and drug, alcohol, sexual and behavioral information); and the roles for management and leadership, vendor management, entrepreneur and advocate.
Call Number: R118.2.E86 2017 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015-12-16
Medical Billing 101 (Book Only) by Learn the basics of physican-based medical billing with MEDICAL BILLING 101, 2E. Clear and practical guidelines introduce you to the job responsibilities and basic processes in the medical billing world. Case studies and software tools like SimClaim(tm) CMS-1500 software offer you practice on actual forms to build confidence and understanding of the reimbursement process. This easy-to-use guide starts you off on the right path as you begin your journey to becoming a medical billing professional.
Call Number: R728.5 .R56 2016 (North)
Publication Date: 2015-02-03
Health Care Information Systems by The bestselling guide to the field, updated with a new, more relevant perspective Health Care Information Systems is the gold-standard textbook for the field, providing in-depth coverage of real-world health information management. Merging general concepts with practical detail, this book provides students with a highly transferable skill set that transitions seamlessly into practice. This new fourth edition has been completely reworked to reflect the health care system's evolving needs, providing a big-picture health system perspective on information systems throughout the continuum of care. Coverage of new and emerging technologies and population health management offers engaging discussion of current shifts in the health care industry, and case studies have been updated and expanded to provide additional illustration of important concepts. Recent years have brought significant changes to the health care industry, and information management is becoming an increasingly critical part of managing health and healthcare; this book provides essential guidance toward all aspects of the field. Learn how information systems are used across the health care continuum Discover the role of IT in managing health, patient engagement, and care management Explore the latest technologies that facilitate the management of sensitive information Delve into increasing trends, such as population health management Health care reform, accountable care, and an increasingly global focus has turned the health care data stream into a deluge. Information systems are becoming increasingly powerful, but they are of little use unless backed by practitioners with a deep understanding of both information management and the health care system. Health Care Information Systems equips future health care managers to serve the needs of any health care organization.
Call Number: R858 .W34 2017 (North)
Publication Date: 2017-03-27
Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook by This book focuses on the development and use of interoperability standards related to healthcare information technology (HIT) and provides in-depth discussion of the associated essential aspects. The book explains the principles of conformance, examining how to improve the content of healthcare data exchange standards (including HL7 v2.x, V3/CDA, FHIR, CTS2, DICOM, EDIFACT, and ebXML), the rigor of conformance testing, and the interoperability capabilities of healthcare applications for the benefit of healthcare professionals who use HIT, developers of HIT applications, and healthcare consumers who aspire to be recipients of safe and effective health services facilitated through meaningful use of well-designed HIT. Readers will understand the common terms interoperability, conformance, compliance and compatibility, and be prepared to design and implement their own complex interoperable healthcare information system. Chapters address the practical aspects of the subject matter to enable application of previously theoretical concepts. The book provides real-world, concrete examples to explain how to apply the information, and includes many diagrams to illustrate relationships of entities and concepts described in the text. Designed for professionals and practitioners, this book is appropriate for implementers and developers of HIT, technical staff of information technology vendors participating in the development of standards and profiling initiatives, informatics professionals who design conformance testing tools, staff of information technology departments in healthcare institutions, and experts involved in standards development. Healthcare providers and leadership of provider organizations seeking a better understanding of conformance, interoperability, and IT certification processes will benefit from this book, as will students studying healthcare information technology.
Call Number: R858.O365 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017-01-06
Understanding Health Policy by Understand how the healthcare system works - and how you can succeed in it A Doody's Core Title for 2017! The Seventh Edition of Understanding Health Policy: A Clinical Approach remains the most trusted and comprehensive guide to healthcare available and provides everything you need to build a solid foundation on the field's most critical issues. This concise and engaging textbook clearly explains the all major aspects of healthcare, including finance, organization, and reimbursement. It will help you develop a clearer, more systematic way of thinking about health care in the United States, its problems, and the alternatives for managing and solving these problems. The book features a unique approach, using clinical vignettes to highlight key policy issues, clarify difficult concepts, and demonstrate how they apply to real-world situations, affecting both patients and professionals alike. Expert practitioners in both the public and private healthcare sectors, the authors cover the entire scope of our healthcare system. They carefully weave key principles, descriptions, and concrete examples into chapters that make important health policy issues interesting and understandable. Understanding Health Policy makes otherwise difficult concepts easy to understand--so you can make better decisions, improve outcomes, and enact positive change on a daily basis. The Seventh Edition features: Updated throughout to reflect the latest changes and events, including additional content on value-based care, Choosing Wisely®, etc. Expanded coverage of the impact of the Affordable Care Act, including Accountable Care Organizations and their impact, and global issues in health policy End-of-chapter summaries and comprehensive lists of review questions to reinforce what you have learned Includes "Questions and Discussion Topics" for classroom or individual study
Call Number: RA395.A3 U474 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2016-02-29
Healthcare Data Analytics by At the intersection of computer science and healthcare, data analytics has emerged as a promising tool for solving problems across many healthcare-related disciplines. Supplying a comprehensive overview of recent healthcare analytics research, Healthcare Data Analyticsprovides a clear understanding of the analytical techniques currently available to solve healthcare problems. The book details novel techniques for acquiring, handling, retrieving, and making best use of healthcare data. It analyzes recent developments in healthcare computing and discusses emerging technologies that can help improve the health and well-being of patients. Written by prominent researchers and experts working in the healthcare domain, the book sheds light on many of the computational challenges in the field of medical informatics. Each chapter in the book is structured as a "survey-style" article discussing the prominent research issues and the advances made on that research topic. The book is divided into three major categories: Healthcare Data Sources and Basic Analytics - details the various healthcare data sources and analytical techniques used in the processing and analysis of such data Advanced Data Analytics for Healthcare -covers advanced analytical methods, including clinical prediction models, temporal pattern mining methods, and visual analytics Applications and Practical Systems for Healthcare - covers the applications of data analytics to pervasive healthcare, fraud detection, and drug discovery along with systems for medical imaging and decision support Computer scientists are usually not trained in domain-specific medical concepts, whereas medical practitioners and researchers have limited exposure to the data analytics area. The contents of this book will help to bring together these diverse communities by carefully and comprehensively discussing the most relevant contributions from each domain.
Call Number: RA409.H393 2015 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015-06-23
Navigating Health Insurance by Each new print copy of Navigating Health Insurance also includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a complete eBook, Study Center, homework and Assessment Center, and a dashboard that reports actionable data. Experience Navigate 2 today at www.jblnavigate.com/2.Navigating Health Insurance is a practical, balanced guide to understanding health insurance from the perspective of the consumer. The text is a comprehensive yet accessible examination of the strengths and weaknesses of health insurance in the United States.The authors begin with the fundamentals of health insurance including its history and comparison to other forms of insurance. Readers are then introduced to basic health insurance principles and terminology as well as types of insurance such as Medicaid, Medicare, Medigap, Exchanges, and others.The impacts of the Affordable Care Act on health insurance are explored as well as essential services and coverage decisions, payment mechanisms, claims and reimbursement, worker's compensation, long term care, and more.Readers are challenged to consider market and social justice philosophies such as the impact of health insurance on access to health care services, international comparisons, and advantages and disadvantages of the U.S. system.
Call Number: RA 412.2 .P69 2018 North Campus
Publication Date: 2017-03-10
Health Care Budgeting and Financial Management by In today's chaotic health reform environment, it is especially important for non-financial health care managers to have a practical guide to the tools and concepts they need to manage their human, supply, and equipment resources. Offers simple and complex financial terms and concepts in an easily digestible and comprehensive format Provides relatable real-world examples to illustrate concepts Updates the highly regarded and widely used text, Health Care Budgeting and Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers Supplies the perspective of a person managing resources rather than that of an academic theorist Offers a unique perspective connecting clinical, operational, and financial themes
Call Number: RA971.3 .W36 2016 North Campus
Publication Date: 2015-12-14
Understanding Current Procedural Terminology and HCPCS Coding Systems by Choose the most trusted source available to help you master current CPT#65533;-4 diagnostic and procedural coding as well as other strict guidelines established by federal agencies, Medicare, and the American Medical Association. UNDERSTANDING PROCEDURAL CODING: A WORKTEXT, 5E uses carefully illustrated procedures, new case studies, practical coding assignments, and engaging examples to help you perfect procedural coding for all medical specialties and prepare for certification exams. You record answers in the book, creating a personalized, ongoing resource that you will use well into your career. Used on its own or as the ideal companion for CPT#65533; and HCPCS Level II manuals, this book presents extensive hands-on practice, new online study tools, and access to Optum's#65533; popular EncoderPro(tm). Prepare for procedural coding success with UNDERSTANDING PROCEDURAL CODING: A WORKTEXT, 5E.
Call Number: RB115 .B69 U5 2017
Publication Date: 2017
Icd-10-Cm 2017 by ICD-10-CM 2017: The Complete Official Codebook presents the complete code set21 chapterswithin a tabular list of diseases and injuries.
Call Number: RB115 .I23 2016
Publication Date: 2017
Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coding by Medical Terminology and Anatomy for Coding, 3rd Edition is unlike any other medical terminology textbook on the market. By interspersing ICD-10 and CPT coding guidelines and notes, electronic medical records, and integrated exercises, it combines anatomy and physiology coverage with the latest medical terminology coders - and coding students - need. The ICD-10-CM classification system serves as the structure for organizing diseases and disorders, with carefully drawn, well-labeled illustrations to help you visualize the associated anatomy. A new Basics of Oncology appendix provides the terminology and physiology of neoplasms, and new CPT coding information indicates where physician coding differs from ICD-10 coding. The robust Evolve site includes games, activities, and animations to reinforce learning. UNIQUE! Medical terminology, anatomy and physiology specifically tailored to ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS coding manuals supply you with an excellent foundation for learning the medical terminology related to coding. UNIQUE! A Body Part key provides a complete list of body parts and how they should be coded in ICD-10. UNIQUE! Pathology terms organized by ICD-10 disease and disorder categories let you learn terms in the same order they are presented in the coding manual. UNIQUE! Guideline Alert! and Special Notes boxes highlight relevant ICD-10 information. UNIQUE! Pharmacology in each body system and a Pharmacology Basics appendix help you recognize drugs and medications in medical reports. Procedural terms supply a more complete picture of the number and kind of procedures you will encounter on medical reports. UNIQUE! Normal Lab Values appendix familiarizes you with normal and abnormal lab values so you know when to search a medical record for possible additional diagnoses. UNIQUE! Root operation tables illustrate the root operations in PCS and their associated suffixes. Pathology and procedure terminology tables list the word parts for each term, along with the definition so you become familiar with prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms. Exercises interspersed throughout the text encourage you to practice and learn as you move through the material. Be Careful! boxes warn you about similar and potentially confusing word parts and medical terms. Electronic medical record format illustrates the appearance of electronic records now being used in many healthcare settings. NEW! CPT coding information indicates where physician coding differs from ICD-10 coding. NEW and EXAPNDED! New chapter that incorporates pregnancy, perinatal, and congenital conditions to more closely match the ICD-10 manual. NEW and UNIQUE! Oncology Basics appendix provides the terminology and physiology of neoplasms that you need to understand. NEW and UNIQUE! Generic and brand drug names table keeps you in the know. NEW and EXPANDED! The online course (MTO) now includes adaptive learning, gradable case studies, and audio reviews to provide a complete learning experience for distance learners. UPDATED! Evolve student resources now report to the gradebook so you can practice medical terminology in an interactive setting and instructors can follow your progress. NEW! Updated ICD-10 guidelines and notes provide up-to-the-minute coding information. NEW! Updated terminology reflects current technology and ICD-10 manual terms.
Call Number: RB115 .S55 2018 (North)
Publication Date: 2017-01-30