JHIM Volume 23 (2009)

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Volume 23, Number 1: Winter 2009

Table of Contents

Focus: Process Improvement

Commentary

Editor's Report: The Evolution of the Primary Caregiver
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Performance Improvement-Lean Times Ahead
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Nursing Informatics: The Best IT Project Is Not an IT Project
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Legal Perspective: Proper HIPAA Privacy Controls and Training Could Help Prevent Criminal Liability for Wrongful Access and Disclosure
Henry Fader, Esq.; Nirvana Harris, Esq.; and Sharon Klein, Esq.

Technology: Can Data Standards Drive Healthcare Interoperability?
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Patient Safety: Medication Management
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

Vendors: Sublicensing of EHR and Related Systems
Robert Doe, Esq.

Focus: Process Improvement

Redesigning Social Networks to Improve Surgery Patient Flow
By Chandrika N. Samarth, MBA, MS, and Peter A. Gloor, MS, PhD

The Missing Link to Success: Using a Business Process Management System to Automate and Manage Process Improvement
Ray Hess, MSA

Getting 'Lean': Hardwiring Process Excellence into Northeast Health
Tricia Brown and Robert Duthe

Features

Case Study: How Clinical Decision Support Tools Impact Patient Care Outcomes
Bonnie B. Anton, RN, MN; Jason J. Schafer, PharmD; Andrea Micenko, BS; Debra M. Wolf, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN; Susan DiNucci, BSN; Pam Donovan, RN, MSN; and Barbara Jordan RN, MSN

Transitional Care: Opening Communication Between Community-Based and Tertiary-Care Healthcare Providers
Beverly J. Chin, MBA, MPH; Christine Mai`i Sakuda, MBA; and Venkataraman Balaraman, MBBS

Communication: A Design for Improving Documentation of Nursing Plan of Care and Patient Outcomes
Carole Crabtree, RN-BC, MSN; Patricia B. Howard, PhD, RN, CNAA; and Peggy El-Mallakh, PhD, RN

HIT Project Selection: Real Option Analysis-Improving Project Selection in Healthcare Settings
David K Wyant, PhD

Implementation: Strategies and Challenges for Understanding IT Implementation in a Rural Hospital
Joanne Spetz, PhD, and Dennis Keane, MPH

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Volume 23, Number 2: Spring 2009

Table of Contents

Focus: Privacy & Security

Commentary

Editor's Report: The HIPAA Security Rule-More Questions Than Answers
Richard D. Lang, EdD

Letter to the Editor: The Optimal RTLS Solution for Hospitals
David Dimond

The HIT Futurist: The Perfect Economic Storm
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Nursing Informatics: Technology and Nursing-A Love/Hate Relationship
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Adoption and Implementation: The Care and Feeding of Clinical Information Systems
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

The Impact of IT: A European Perspective on the Contribution of IT to Healthcare in the United States and the European Community
Jean-Pierre Thierry, MD\

Vendors: Safe Harbor-Addressing Security Issues in IT Contracts
Robert Doe, Esq.

Technology: Transforming EMRs-From Patient Snapshot to 'Clinical Hologram'
Bruce Taffel, MD, and Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Focus: Privacy & Security

Lessons Learned: Mobile Device Encryption in the Academic Medical Center
Kristopher P. Kusche, M.Eng., CISSP

Crying Wolf: Consumers May Be More Willing to Share Medication Information than Policymakers Think
Jenna L. Marquard and Patricia Flatley Brennan

The Next Step in Health Data Exchanges: Trust and Privacy in Exchange Networks
Steve D. Gravely, JD, MHA, and Erin S. Whaley, JD, MA

Privacy and Security in Pennsylvania: Ensuring Privacy and Security of Health Information Exchange in Pennsylvania
Glen F. Marshall; William "Buddy" Gillespie; and Steven J. Fox, Esq.

Features

Case Study: Best of Breed Strategies-Hospital Characteristics Associated With Organizational HIT Strategy
Darrell Burke, PhD; Feliciano Yu, MD, MSHI, MSPH; David Au; and Nir Menachemi, PhD, MPH

Case Study: Optimizing the Business and IT Relationship-A Structured Approach to Implementing a Business Relationship Management Framework
Gregg Mohrmann, MPA, PMP; Drew Kraatz, MBA, PMP; and Bonnie Sessa

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Volume 23, Number 3: Summer 2009

Table of Contents

Focus: Personal Health Records

Commentary

Editor's Report: Personal Health Records-Ready for Prime Time?
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: When It Comes to ARRA, the Devil is in the Details
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Education: Professional Development-Now More Than Ever
Mallory Gott

Clinical Documentation: Developing a Strategy For Computerizing Provider Documentation
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

ARRA: Can the Obama Stimulus Plan Break Health IT's Gridlock?
Bruce Taffel, MD, and Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Nursing Informatics: Journey to Stage 7 Nursing Adoption
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Vendors: How the Economy Can Save You Money on IT Transactions
Robert Doe, Esq.

Focus: Personal Health Records

Assessing HIE Stakeholder Readiness for Consumer Access
By Brian E. Dixon, MPA; Theda Miller, BS; and J. Marc Overhage, MD, PhD

Personal Health Records for Consumers of Healthcare
By Mary N Gerard, MD; Mike Cohen; and Regina Greer-Smith FACHE

Interoperability of Electronic Health Records and Personal Health Records
By Simone Pringle and Alex Lippitt

Features

Benchmarking: Performance Normalization in Healthcare
By Lou Galterio, MBA, FHIMSS; Jeff Helton, MS; James Langabeer II, FHIMSS; and Jami DelliFraine, PhD

Knowledge Management: Optimization of Healthcare Operations with Knowledge Management
By Nilmini Wickramasinghe, MBA, PhD; Rajeev K. Bali, PhD; M. Chris Gibbons, MD; Capt. J.H. James Choi, USAF, MS; and Jonathan L. Schaffer, MD MBA

Nursing Informatics: Documentation of Quality Outcomes
By LuAnn Whittenburg, RN, FNP

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Volume 23, Number 4: Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Focus: Medication Management

Commentary

Editor's Report: Medication Management-Complexity Defined
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Comparative Effectiveness Research
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

ARRA: Advice on HIE for the ARRA-minded
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Nursing Informatics: Meaningful Use for Nursing
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Change Management: Culture Eats Process for Lunch
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

Legislation: HITECH Meets HIPAA
Robert Doe, Esq.

Focus: Medication Management

Safely Automating the Medication Use Process
Dave Troiano, RPh; Julie Morrison, RN; Frank Federico, RPh; and David Classen, MD

Barcode Medication Administration Implementation in an Acute Care Hospital and Lessons Learned
Abha Agrawal, MD, and Allison R. Glasser, PT, MBA

Methodologies for Sustaining Barcode Medication Administration Compliance
Judy McNulty, RN; Eileen Donnelly, RN; and Kris Iorio

Managing the Medication Reconciliation Process
Tina Dieckhaus, Kathy Martin and Richard Clark

Implementation Pearls from a New Guidebook on Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support
Anwar M Sirajuddin, MBBS, MS; Jerome A. Osheroff, MD, FACP, FACMI; Dean F. Sittig, PhD; John Chuo, MD, MS; Ferdinand Velasco, MD; David A. Collins, MHA, CPHQ, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

Features

Case Study: Securing e-PHI-Can Clinicians and IT Ever Agree?
Greer W.P. Stevenson, PhD, and Annette L. Valenta, DrPH

Case Study: RFID in the Blood Supply Chain-Increasing Productivity, Quality and Patient Safety
Lynne Briggs; Rodeina Davis; Alfonso Gutierrez; Matthew Kopetsky; Kassandra Young; and Raj Veeramani

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