JHIM Volume 20, Number 3: Integration and Interoperability

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Volume 20, Number 3: Summer 2006

Table of Contents

Focus: Integration and Interoperability

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: HIT Interoperability: Good Intentions Must Lead to Tangible Results
Richard D. Lang, EdD

TECHNOLOGY: IT Tools Personalize Healthcare Marketing and Communications
Rick Krohn

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE: HHS Moves Forward With E-Prescribing Standards
Gregory M. Flizar, Esq.; Sharon R. Klein, Esq.; and Rebekah A. Z. Monson, Esq.

LEADERSHIP: Transforming IT-Aligning to Healthcare Business Drivers
Pam Arlotto

TECHNOLOGY: The New Alphabet Soup: Models of Application Integration
Noam H. Arzt, PhD

THE H.I.T. FUTURIST: Creating a Seamless IT Enterprise: The Rest of the Story
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

NURSING INFORMATICS: The Holy Grail: Cost-Effective Healthcare Evidence Transparently and Consistently Used by Clinicians
Brian Gugerty, DNS, MS, RN

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: The Perfect Storm for Electronic Health Records
John Halamka, MD

Focus: Integration and Interoperability

Building an Interoperable Regional Health Information Network Today with IHE Integration Profiles
John Donnelly, José Mussi, Charles Parisot, and Dan Russler

RHIOs-Build in Healthcare Fraud Management from the Beginning
Susan P. Hanson, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA; and Bonnie S. Cassidy, MPA, RHIA, FAHIMA, FHIMSS

Using IHE and HL7 Conformance to Specify Consistent PACS Interoperability for a Large Multi-Center Enterprise
Michael L. Henderson; Ruth E. Dayhoff, MD; Csaba P. Titton; and Andrew Casertano

Concepts for Building Inter-Organizational Systems in Healthcare: Lessons from Other Industries
John P. Glaser, PhD; and Helen G. Lo

A Tale of Three Cities: Where RHIOs Meet the NHIN
Greg DeBor; Don Grodecki; John Halamka, MD; J. Marc Overhage MD, PhD; and Clay Shirky

The California Clinical Data Project: A Case Study in the Adoption of Clinical Data Standards for Quality Improvement
Walter Sujansky, MD, PhD; and Sophia Chang, MD, MPH

Features

EHR and Other IT Adoption among Physicians: Results of a Large-Scale Statewide Analysis
Nir Menachemi, PhD, MPH; and Robert G. Brooks, MD

Use of the Omaha System Data to Validate Medicare Required Outcomes in Home Care
Bonnie L. Westra; Debra Solomon, RN, MS; and Donna M. Ashley