HSM 330 EHR Applications and HIEs

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HSM 330 EHR Applications and HIEs 
Why conduct workflow analysis?  If the workflow analysis produces a mixed review, what would be the next step?…

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EHR Applications and HIEs

EHR Applications and HIEs

Discussions Week 2 All Students Posts – 36 Pages 

Let’s see what we can do here with EHR functionality.  Ambulatorycare: 
Here’s what’s needed for functionality:  

Why conduct workflow analysis?  If the workflow analysis produces a mixed review, what would be the next step?  How are you going to prove functionality?  How does its significance affect EHR functionality in an ambulatory setting? Can patients refuse to allow their data used in an HIE?  What are the components of a HIE?

EHRs have a lot of options and features. The first step in determining the specific functionalities that are needed is to understand the basic features of an EHR. These include, but are not limited to: maintaining a single patient record, inputting patient demographics, managing the problem list, medication list, and past medical history, and entering clinical documentation.
The next step is to conduct a workflow analysis. This study should consider how a particular system will impact how task will change from…