JHIM Volume 24 (2010)

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Volume 24, Number 1: Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Focus: Health Information Exchange: Case Studies in Interoperability and Integration

Commentary

Editor's Report: Health IT Certification-The Elusive Seal of Approval
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: ARRA and HITECH-A Medical Economist's Analysis
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Technology: Despite Recent Developments, HIEs Face Daunting Obstacles to Success
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

ARRA: How the Economic Stimulus Changed the Face of HIT
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Clinical Adoption: Meaningful Use-What Does It Mean for Healthcare Organizations?
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

HITECH Act: Will the HITECH Act Increase Compliance Activities?
Susan A. Miller, JD, and Gerry Blass

Legislation: HITECH Notice Requirements for Breach of Unsecured PHI
Bob Doe

Focus: Health IT and the Economic Stimulus

Top EHR Challenges in Light of the Stimulus
Andrew D. Boyd, MD; Elizabeth A. Funk, MD, MPD; Steven M. Schwartz, MD, FAAFP; Bonnie Kaplan, PhD, FACMI; and Gail M. Keenan, PhD, RN

The Bay Area HIE: A Case Study in Connecting Stakeholders
Eric Saff; Craig Lanway; Armando Chenyek; and Dave Morgan

To Accomplish the Mandatory Initiatives of ARRA, Healthcare Organizations Will Require Significant and Thoughtful Planning, Prioritization and Execution
Kimberly Klein, CPHIMS

Negotiating Contracts for Vendor-Financed Purchases of EHR Systems
Steven J. Fox and Vadim Schick

Features

The Sentara Healthcare Experience Implementing e-Care
Chon Abraham, PhD, and Bertram Reese

Medical Librarians Supporting Information Systems Project Lifecycles Toward Improved Patient Safety
Marie K. Saimbert, MSN, MLIS, RPh; Yingting Zhang, MLS; Jenny Pierce, MS; Erica S. Moncrief, MS, AHIP; Keydi Boss O'Hagan, MLS, AHIP; and Peter Cole, MLIS, AHIP

Understanding the Support Needs of Patients Accessing Test Results Online
David Wiljer; Sara Urowitz; Emma Apatu; Kevin Leonard; Naa Kwarley Quartey; and Pamela Catton

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Volume 24, Number 2: Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Focus: EHR Implementation in Ambulatory Care Setting

Commentary

Editor's Report: EHR Adoption-Are Financial Incentives Enough?
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Emerging Challenges for Ambulatory Records
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Technology: Healthcare Goes Mobile
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Nursing Informatics: How HIT Fits in IOM/RWJF Initiative
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Governance: Clinical Information Technology Governance
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

HITECH Act: Pro-Active Audits of Information System Activity
Susan A. Miller, JD, and Gerry Blass

Vendors: Have the Appropriate License Rights in Your Software License Agreements
Bob Doe

Focus: EHR Implementation in Ambulatory Care Setting

Emotion and Ambulatory EHR in the ARRA Era
Amy Berlin, MD

Implementation of the Indian Health Service's Resource and Patient Management System Electronic Health Record in the Ambulatory Care Setting at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center
CDR Anthony Dunnigan, MD; Karen John; LT Andrea Scott, MBA; Lynda Von Bibra, RN; and CAPT Jeffrey Walling, Pharm D

A Health Center Controlled Network's Experience in Ambulatory Care EHR Implementation
Nick Egleson; Jennifer H. Kang; David Collymore, MD, MBA; Warria Esmond, MD; Lydia Gonzalez, MD; Perry Pong, MD; and Lynn Sherman, MBA

Strategy and Governance for Successful Implementation of an Enterprise-Wide Ambulatory EMR
Andrew S. Kraatz, MBA, PMP; Colleen M. Lyons, MBA, PMP; and Julie Tomkinson

Physician Buy-In for EMRs
Lori Yackanicz; Richard Kerr, RPh; and Donald Levick, MD, MBA

Features

Public Health: Service-Oriented Architecture in Public Health
Noam H. Arzt, PhD, FHIMSS

E-Prescribing: Where Health Information and Patient Care Intersect
Patti Brooks, RHIA, MBA, MSIS, and Chris Sonnenschein, PharmD, PMP

Health Reform: The Federal Health Record Gateway
Dennis Porter and Christopher Curatolo

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Volume 24, Number 3: Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Focus: Trends in Product Certification, Standardization and Interoperability

Commentary

Editor's Report: HIT Standardization-Too Much, Too Soon?
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Performance Standards vs. Standardized Performance
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

HITECH Act: Protecting Against Breach of Electronic Protected Health Information
Susan A. Miller, JD, and Gerry Blass

Technology: There's an App for That- mHealth Takes Center Stage
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Nursing Informatics: Connecting for Care-Nursing and Health Information Exchange
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Integration Issues: Closing the Loop-Integrating an Enterprise-Wide Pharmacy System
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

Vendors: IT Systems and Third-Party Products
Bob Doe

Doctor-Patient Relationships: Continuous Healing Relationships Through Connectivity
John H. Cochran, MD, FACS

Focus: Trends in Product Certification, Standardization and Interoperability

Barriers to cross-institutional health information exchange: A literature review.
Ashley Edwards; Ilene Hollin; Jeffrey Barry; and Stan Kachnowski

Medical Device Data Systems and FDA Regulation
Peter Kelley

QRDA-Technology Overview and Lessons Learned
Srinivas Velamuri

Certification of Primary Care Electronic Medical Records: Lessons Learned from Canada
Matthew Morgan

Features

Learning: Leveraging Technology to Educate New Healthcare IT Leaders
Roger Kropf, PhD

Integration: The Conversion to Electronic Hospital Notes at Mayo Clinic Rochester
Debra L. Andreen; Linda J. Dobie; Jan C. Jasperson, MA; Thomas A. Lucas, MA; and Cathryn L. Wubbenhorst

Technology: How to Select End User Clinical Data Entry Devices
Karl Oder, MS; Susan Nauseda, BSN, MBA, PMP; Elizabeth Carlson, PhD, RN; Jane Llewellyn, PhD, RN, NEA-BC; Fred Brown, DNP, RN; Cathy Catrambone, PhD, RN; Louis Fogg, PhD; and Brian Garcia, MS

Workflow: Analysis of Nursing Workflow Documentation in the Electronic Health Record
Luann Whittenburg, RN, FNP

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Volume 24, Number 4: Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Focus: Quality Outcomes and Patient Safety

Commentary

Editor's Report: Quality, Patient Safety and Error Prevention
Richard D. Lang, EdD

The HIT Futurist: Provider-Payor Health IT Networks
Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

Health Information Technology: Impact of Health IT on Care Quality
Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Integration Issues: What Is the Best Clinical Information Systems Strategy?
Barbara J. Hoehn, RN, MBA

Compliance: HITECH Accounting of Disclosures
Susan A. Miller, JD, and Gerry Blass

Vendors: Do I Need a Pre-Nuptial Agreement With My EHR Vendor?
Bob Doe

Technology: RTLS in the Clinical Toolkit
Rick Krohn, MA, MAS

Focus: Quality Outcomes and Patient Safety

Evaluation of Clinical Metrics: Medication Reconciliation, Problem List and Discharge Instructions
Susan Stefan, DNP, RN, MS/MBA

CPOE Configuration to Reduce Medication Errors: A Literature Review on the Safety of CPOE Systems and Design Recommendations
Patricia Sengstack, DNP, RN-BC, CPHIMS

Medication Safety at Newton-Wellesley Hospital: Electronic Medication Management Projects from Home-to-Hospital and Hospital-to-Home
Scott MacLean, MBA, CPHIMS, FHIMSS; Patrice Knapp, RN; and Sarah Cohen

Stories of Success!: Case Studies of Health IT in Support of the National Priorities Partnership Recommendations and The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals
Louis H. Diamond, MB ChB, FACP, FCP (SA), FHIMSS; Kathleen A. Catalano, RN, JD, FHIMSS; David A. Collins, MHA, CPHQ, CPHIMS, FHIMSS; and Patricia Johnson, MAT

Vital Time Savings: Evaluating the Use of an Automated Vital Signs Documentation System on a Medical/Surgical Unit
Meg Meccariello; Dave Perkins; Loretta G. Quigley, RN, MS; Angie Rock, MBA, CCRP; and Jiejing Qiu, MS

Features

Essential Elements of Nursing Notes and the Transition to Electronic Health Records: The Migration From Narrative Charting Will Require Creativity to Include Essential Elements in EHRs.
Marjorie M. Heinzer, PhD, PNP-BC, CRNP

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