JHIM Volume 22 (2008)

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Volume 22, Number 1: Winter 2008

Table of Contents

Focus: Electronic Health Record (EHR)

Commentary

Editor's Report: The EHR Adoption Incentive
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Economics 101-The Imperative for Efficiency and Effectiveness
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Education: Training Day-Preparing Future Managers for Healthcare IT
David K Wyant, PhD

Informatics: Why Predictive Informatics is Next Great Opportunity in Health
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Technology: Delay of Game-If Healthcare IT Is So Great, Why Is It Taking So Long to Adopt?
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Legal Perspective: Spotlight on Information-Not All Individualized Data Should be Private
Sharon R. Klein, Esq.; Tabitha R. Sullivan, Esq.; and Jimmy Y. Chen, Esq.

Focus: The Electronic Health Record

Technology: Use of Electronic Health Record Structured Text and its Payoffs
Col. James Benge, USAF, MC, MD; Col. Thomas Beach, USAF, MC, MD, PMP; Connie Gladding, MS, MEd, PMP, FHIMSS; and Gail Maestas, RN, MN, PMP, CPHIMS James

Implementation: Rapid Implementation of a Centrally Hosted, Interoperable Ambulatory EHR Throughout All Hospital Markets of the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System
Stephanie Mills, MD MHCM, and Claudia Blackburn MBA, FACMPE, CPHIMS

Coding: EHR's Effect on the Revenue Cycle Management Coding Function
Kathy Giannangelo, MA, RHIA, CCS, CPHIMS, and Susan Fenton, PhD, RHIA

Quality Improvement: Utilizing EHRs to Inform Continuous Quality Improvement
Paula J. Edwards, PhD; David T. Huang, MS; Leanne N. Metcalfe, MS; and François Sainfort, PhD

ROI: How to Determine Future EHR ROI?
Dariusz Blachowicz; John H. Christiansen; Archana Ranginani; and Kathy Lee Simunich

Feature

Economics: The CIO's Role in Healthcare Economic Reform
Dale Sanders

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Volume 22, Number 2: Spring 2008

Table of Contents

Focus: Health Information Exchange

Commentary

Editor's Report: Informatics Overview
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Tea Leaves at a Trade Show
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Nursing Informatics: A Closer Look at a Patient-Centric Model of Care
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Legal Perspective: Complying With Amended Stark and Anti-Kickback Regulations
Sharon R. Klein and Steven J. Fox

Technology: The Semantic Web and Translational Medicine
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Healthcare Collaborations: Healthcare Providers and Life Sciences-Opportunities for Convergence
John Glaser, PhD; Keith Strier; and Tom Foley

Focus: Health Information Exchange

Management Systems: Critical Access Hospital Informatics
James A. Bahensky, MS; Brain Moreau; Rob Frieden; and Marcia M. Ward, PhD

Case Study: EMR Implementation Across a Nationwide Continuum of Care
Daniel H. Wilt, MBA, and Beth Ann Muthig, MSN

Communication: An Analysis of the Utilization of E-mail by Physicians and Patients
Kirk T. Lang II and Joan M. Kiel, PhD, CHPS

RHIO: Designing and Implementing a Grassroots, Community-Designed RHIO in a Rural Region
Kiki C. Nocella, PhD, MHA; Kim J. Horowitz, MD; and Jami J. Young, MPA

Features

The Electronic Health Record: The Consumer's View of the Electronic Health Record
Barbara Cox and Judah Thornewill

Case Study: Personal Digital Assistants in the Classroom-and Beyond
June Anonson, PhD, RN; Kelly Schweitzer, MD; Sandra Bassendowski, EdD, RN; Pammla M. Petrucka, PhD, RN; Anthony Ralston; and Sandra Ollech, BScN, MSc, EdD(c)

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Volume 22, Number 3: Summer 2008

Table of Contents

Focus: Health IT & the Patient Experience

Commentary

Editor's Report: Blurring the Lines: Who Owns the Medical Data Home?
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: The Next Big Thing at HIMSS08
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Technology: Health Information Exchanges-What's Working?
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Nursing Informatics: Why We Need to Move from a Data-Driven to Workflow-Driven System
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Legal Perspective: Moving From Portals to HIEs
Henry C. Fader; Sharon R. Klein; and Rebekah A.Z. Monson

Training: Preparing for the Coming of eMAR
Andrea Marino

Focus: Health IT & the Patient Experience

Home Monitoring: New Frontiers in Home Telemonitoring-It's Already Here. Where Are You?
Colin Konschak, RPh, MBA, FHIMSS, and Bruce Flareau, MD

Trends: The Potential of Wireless Remote Monitoring to Transform Healthcare Delivery and Outcomes
Penny Lie; Mychelle Mowry; and Jeremy Nettle

Features

Literature Review: Communication Patterns and ICT Usage in Clinical Settings
Leslie-Anne D. Fitzpatrick; Andrea J. Melnikas; Michael Weathers; and Stan W. Kachnowski

Fraud: Can the NHIN Reduce the Cost of Healthcare Fraud?
Stephen T. Parente, PhD; Karen Mandelbaum, JD; Susan P. Hanson, MBA, RHIA, FAHIMA; Bonnie S. Cassidy, MPA, RHIA, FAHIMA, FHIMSS; and Donald W. Simborg, MD

Text Mining in Healthcare: Applications and Opportunities
Uzma Raja; Tara Mitchell; Timothy Day; and J. Michael Hardin

Case Study: Healthcare IT and Connecticut's Acute-Care Hospitals
Shannon B. Rankin, RN, MBA, and Bruce A. White, PhD

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Volume 22, Number 4: Fall 2008

Table of Contents

Focus: IT and the Future of Nursing

Commentary

Editor's Report: Healthcare Unplugged
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: The Evolution of HIT
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Wireless Technology: Mobility and Electronic Health Records
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Trends: Healthcare IT Goes Green
Joyce B. Hackenbrach, Sharon R. Klein and Nirvana I. Harris

Technology: The Optimal RTLS Solution for Hospitals
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Legal Perspective: Service-Oriented Architecture Aided by Stark IV
Kenneth L. Bradberry, Francine Nay and David Joiner

Vendors: Negotiating Application Service Provider Agreements
Bob Doe

Technology Trends: The Arrival of Connected Health
John Glaser, PhD

Focus: IT and the Future of Nursing

Case Study: Technology Solutions Can Make Nursing Care Safer and More Efficient
Linda Burnes Bolton, DrPH, RN, FAAN; Carole A. Gassert, PhD, RN, FACMI, FAAN; and Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, FAAN

Features

Study: A Time-Motion Study to Evaluate the Impact of EMR and CPOE Implementation on Physician Efficiency
Amen A. Amusan, PMP, MS; Scott Tongen, MD; Stuart M Speedie, PhD; and Andrew Mellin, MD, MBA

Mobile Technology: Using Mobility Technology to Improve Pharmacist Workflow in the PICU Rounding Process
Allana Cummings, EMBA, PMP, CPHIMS; Cheryl D. Parker, RN, MSN, PhD; Lisa A. Kwapniowski, Pharm.D.; and George Reynolds, MD, MMM, FAAP, CPHIMS

Project Management: Lessons Learned from an Inaugural HIMSS State Advocacy Day
Nancy Bucceri, CPHIMS; JoAnn W. Klinedinst, CPHIMS, PMP, FHIMSS; Mark Stevens; and Charlene Underwood, MBA, FHIMSS

E-Health: A Strategic Approach of E-Health Initiatives
Derek A. Asoh, PhD; M.Eng; Patrick A. Rivers, PhD, MBA; Stephen C. Shih, PhD; and Kai-Li Tsai, PhD

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