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Healthcare IT transformation: bridging innovation, integration, interoperability, and analytics

By: Dodd, John C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton CRC Press 2017Description: xviii, 301p. With index.ISBN: 9781498778442.Subject(s): Medical informatics | Hospitals - Administration | Medical innovations | Medical Informatics - TrendsDDC classification: 610.285 Summary: This book gives examples from healthcare institutions that are using IT automation and innovation to drive change and provides guidance on the strategic direction of HIT over the next five years. Improving the delivery of healthcare through HIT is vital for both the economic success of healthcare organizations and the care of the patient, but most EMR systems do not have an integrated and architected approach. This book provides a detailed approach on how to leverage IT for transformation. It also shows how to build upon the experiences of other industries and helps foster innovation by providing a vision of where technology can be an enabler. https://www.crcpress.com/Healthcare-IT-Transformation-Bridging-Innovation-Integration-Interoperability/Dodd/p/book/9781498778442
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Table of Contents

1. Wave 2: Integration-Interoperability and Analytics Overview
2. Steps Needed to Plan and Design a Patient-Consumer-Driven Architecture for Wave 2
3. Wave 2: Integration Using System of Systems Health and Human System Model Integration Process with Integration Maps and Risk Management
4. From Host-Centric to Patient-Consumer-Information-Centric Interoperability Enabling New Care Coordination and Analytics Building Blocks
5. Using New Medicaid Reform with Next-Generation MITA for Patient-Consumer-Information-Centric Health and Human Services Interoperability Architecture and Shared Services in the 2018-2020 Time Frame
6. Fostering Innovation and Integration, Alignment and Continuous Planning into Your Evolutionary Life Cycle
7. Analytics Framework for Range of Health Services
8. Incremental Commitment Planning, Governance, and Tracking Value-Risk-Integration
9. Using Virtual Health Networks to Build a Resource-Event-Agent Healthcare Paradigm
10. Introducing New Approaches to Meet the Challenges of Integration, Scale, and Event Coordination
11. Health Ecosystem Security-Privacy-Consent Architecture: Patient-Consumer Protection Agents, Association Privacy Impact and Notices with Association Security-Privacy Layered Architecture
12. The Book as a Step on the Journey: Seeking and Receiving Advice.

This book gives examples from healthcare institutions that are using IT automation and innovation to drive change and provides guidance on the strategic direction of HIT over the next five years. Improving the delivery of healthcare through HIT is vital for both the economic success of healthcare organizations and the care of the patient, but most EMR systems do not have an integrated and architected approach. This book provides a detailed approach on how to leverage IT for transformation. It also shows how to build upon the experiences of other industries and helps foster innovation by providing a vision of where technology can be an enabler.

https://www.crcpress.com/Healthcare-IT-Transformation-Bridging-Innovation-Integration-Interoperability/Dodd/p/book/9781498778442

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