JHIM Volume 19, Number 2: Enterprise Information Systems

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Volume 19, Number 2: Spring 2005

Table of Contents

Focus: Enterprise Information Systems

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: Enterprise Information Systems and Project Organization Type: A Mixed-Bag Approach for Success
Richard D. Lang, EdD

THE H.I.T. FUTURIST: Avoiding the Train Wreck in Healthcare: Integrating Information in the Clinic and the Back Office
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: Clinical Decision Support and the Parable of the Stick Shaker
William F. Bria, MD

Focus: Enterprise Information Systems

Strengthening the Links in the Supply Chain-Some Preventive Medicine
Brian J. Compas, FHIMSS

TECHNOLOGY: EAI Reaches Outside the Healthcare Organization
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE: Minimize Large-Scale IT Project Risks through Effective Contracting Strategies
Karen J. O'Connor, FHIMSS

Commercial Clinical Data Warehouses: From Wave of the Past to the State of the Art
Mobin Uddin Akhtar, MS, BSIS, Kim Dunn, MD, PhD, and Jack W. Smith, MD, PhD

The Evolving Role of Supply Chain Technology in Healthcare
Jim Langabeer, PhD, MBA

Rapid Implementation of an Electronic Health Record in an Academic Setting
Stephen L. Badger, Ryan G. Bosch, MD, FACP, and Praveen Toteja

National Provider Identifier (NPI) Planning and Implementation Fundamentals for Providers and Payers
Scott Pickens and Jamie Solak, MA

Making Sausage-Effective Management of Enterprise-wide Clinical IT Projects
Detlev H. Smaltz, PhD, FHIMSS, CHE, Rhonda Callander, Melanie Turner, RN, Gretchen Kennamer, RN, MSN, Heidi Wurtz, Alan Bowen, MSHI, RN, CPHIMS, and Michael R. Waldrum, MD, MS

Features

Web-based Communication to Enhance Outcomes: A Case Study in Patient Relations
Velma Payne, MBA, and Joan M. Kiel, PhD, CHPS

Data Mining Applications in Healthcare
Hian Chye Koh, PhD, CPA, and Gerald Tan

CIOs' Views of HIPAA Security Rule Implementation-An Application of Q-methodology
Mei Ao, MD, MS, and Rosemary Walker, DDS, MBA, MS

The Impact of Patient-Physician Web Messaging on Provider Productivity
Eric M. Liederman, MD, MPH, Jerry C. Lee MD, MS, Victor H. Baquero, MD, and Paul G. Seites, MD