Chapter Fourteen: Administrative and Clinical Health Information Systems
Marianela Zytkowski and Susan M. Paschke
1. Explore agency-based health information systems.
2. Evaluate how administrators use core business systems in their practice.
3. Assess the function and clinical information output from selected information systems used in healthcare organizations.
Chapter Fifteen: The Electronic Health Record and Clinical Informatics
Emily B. Barey
1. Describe the common components of an electronic health record (EHR).
2. Assess the benefits of implementing an EHR.
3. Explore the ownership of an EHR.
4. Evaluate the flexibility of the EHR in meeting the needs of clinicians and patients.
Chapter Sixteen: Supporting Consumer Information and Education Needs
Kathleen Mastrian and Dee McGonigle
1. Define health literacy and e-health.
2. Explore various technology-based approaches to consumer health education.
3. Identify barriers to use of technology and issues associated with health-related consumer information.
4. Imagine future approaches to technology supported consumer health information.
Chapter 17: Using Informatics to Promote Community/ Population Health
Margaret Ross Kraft and Ida Androwich
1. Provide an overview of community and population health informatics.
2. Describe informatics tools for promoting community and population health.
3. Define the roles of federal, state, and local public health agencies in the development of public health informatics.
Chapter 18: Overview of Home Telehealth1
Sheldon Prial and Schuyler F. Hoss
1. Review the historical development of telehealth.
2. Identify the clinical and economic benefits of telehealth.
3. Explore the professional roles associated with telehealth.
4. Predict future uses of telehealth.