JHIM Volume 18, Number 4: New Technology Trends

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Volume 18, Number 4: Fall 2004

Table of Contents

Focus: New Technology Trends

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: IT Matters, but Ideas Matter More
Richard D. Lang, EdD

Alton Brantley, MD, PhD

TECHNOLOGY: Information Security Strategies for Healthcare-Defining the Roadmap: Part 3
Noam H. Arzt, PhD

TECHNOLOGY: JHIM Quick Study: Clinical Decision Support Systems
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: Physicians and Digital Medicine: Some Thoughts on the Future
Jeff Goldsmith, PhD

TECHNOLOGY: Beating the System: Pitfalls of Bar Code Medication Administration
M. Thad Phillips, MSHI, and Eta S. Berner, EdD

Focus: New Technology Trends

The Power of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems: Strategic Hospital Considerations
Carole L. Brown, MS, MBA, and Sophie Paule Howarth, MS, MBA

The Office of Advanced Technology: Providing Focus on the Piloting and Implementation of New Technology
Kenneth G. Bobis, PhD, John K. Camoriano, MD, and Mary J. Wright, MN, RN, BC

RFID and Bar Codes-Critical Importance in Enhancing Safe Patient Care
Richard A. Perrin and Ned Simpson, FHIMSS

Adding User-Friendliness and Ease of Implementation to Continuous Speech Recognition Technology with Speech Macros: Case Studies
Harrison D. Green, PhD

The Application of Volume-Outcome Contouring in Data Warehousing
James Studnicki, ScD, Donald J. Berndt, PhD, Stephen L. Luther, PhD, and John W. Fisher, PhD


Electronic Implementation of National Nursing Standards-NANDA, NOC, and NIC as an Effective Teaching Tool
Sharon K. Allred, Kevin F. Smith, MD, MPH, and Laura Flowers, MPH

The Case for Regulatory Compliance of Electronic Medical Records about Human Tissue Intended for Transplantation
Robert Carrier

Patient Education and Recovery Learning System (PEARLS) Pathway: A Tool to Drive Patient Centered Evidence-based Practice
Patricia C. Dykes RN, DNSc, Leanne Currie, RN, MSN, and Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc, FAAN

Applications of Ecological Interface Design in Supporting the Nursing Process
Kathryn Momtahan, RN, PhD, and Catherine Burns