HSM330 Discussions Week 2

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HSM330 Discussions Week 2
Identify and describe the technology options, issues, and functionality associated with an EDMS. What’s EDMS?…

 

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HSM330 Discussions Week 2

HSM330 Discussions Week 2

All Students Posts 74 Pages 

From Data to Decisions Using Electronic Health Records – 38 Pages 

Identify and describe the technology options, issues, and functionality associated with an EDMS. What’s EDMS?   Is an EDMS always a part of the EHR package?  Explain the life cycle of a document?  Could a hospital’s medical records department scan all their charts via an EDMS and keep them digitally? If I want to get rid of all my paper charts, I can scan them into the EDMS and save them indefinitely?  Could you then destroy the paper charts?  What’s a Clinical Decision Support?  How does it work with the EHR?… 

What is CPOE?  Why don’t physicians like it?  Does it complement the HER?…

CPOE or the Computerized physician order entry is a system that is used by medical staff and professionals to input medical transactions vise using the traditional paper charts. With CPOE there is less margins for physicians to make mistakes as they entered prescriptions and orders electronically which are…

EHR Applications and HIEs – 36 Pages 

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

Let’s see what we can do here with EHRfunctionality.  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…