JHIM Volume 20, Number 1: Ambulatory Care Systems

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Volume 20, Number 1: Winter 2006

Table of Contents

Focus: Ambulatory Care Systems

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: The Wow Factor: The Best HCI Wins Every Time
Richard D. Lang, EdD

THE H.I.T FUTURIST: Ambulatory Care in the Big Picture: Completing the HIT Puzzle
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

LEADERSHIP: Transforming IT-From Expense Center to Value Center
Pam Arlotto

TECHNOLOGY: Closing the "Loop" of Clinical Performance Improvement
Rick Krohn

TECHNOLOGY: The New Alphabet Soup: Models of Data Integration, Part 1
Noam H. Arzt, PhD

MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING: The "Marriage" of Information and Management Systems Professionals-Was It a Success?
Brian J. Compas, FHIMSS

NURSING INFORMATICS: The State of Informatics Training and Education For Nurses
Brian Gugerty, DNS, MS, RN

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: Early Experiences with Positive Patient Identification
John Halamka, MD

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE: Keys to Healthcare Outsourcing Success
Sharon R. Klein, Esq.

Focus: Ambulatory Care Systems

Leveraging the Benefits of Health Information Technology to Support Healthcare Delivery Model Redesign
Kevin Carr, MD; Deepa Bangalore, MBA, MS; Andrea Benin, MD; and Eric S. Holmboe, MD, FACP

Keeping It Real-Building an ROI Model for an Ambulatory EMR Initiative That the Physician Practices Espouse
R'nee Mullen and John T. Donnelly

Benefiting from Ambulatory EHR Implementation: Solidarity, Six Sigma, and Willingness to Strive
Michael H. Zaroukian, MD, PhD, FACP; and Arlene Sierra, MPA

Ambulatory EHR Functionality: A Comparison of Functionality Lists
Barbara M. Drury

Features

Data Interchange Standards in Healthcare IT-Computable Semantic Interoperability: Now Possible but Still Difficult. Do We Really Need a Better Mousetrap?
Charles N. Mead, MD, MSc

Implementation of a Project Management Office (PMO): Experiences from Year 1
Miriam Isola, DrPH, CPHIMS; Audrius Polikaitis, PhD; and Rose Ann Laureto, FCHIME