Healthcare Informatics: Strategies for the Digital Era

The Digital WorldA Closer Look at Digital Components and an Introduction to HealthcareA Brief Look at Digital ComponentsThe Connectivity and Network AffectData and AnalyticsLeveraging the Full Digital Resources Base to Manage PandemicsAchieving Success with Digital Endeavors for Commercial ActivitiesWhat's Coming in the Book?ReferencesInformation Technology, Informatics, and Healthcare EfficienciesManagement of Healthcare Processes (Effective Informatics of Digital Resources through Management Theory)Project and Knowledge ManagementAnalytics and Data-Based Decision Support (Data Science, Six Sigma, and Data Mining)Business Intelligence and Decision Support SystemsFour Areas of Focus for Healthcare EfficienciesFinancial ActivitiesCompliance IssuesQuality Improvement in Clinical and Operational ActivitiesThe Patient Experience and Customer Relationship Management in HealthcareKeeping up with Digital ExpectationsClosing Comments on Data Integration and Data Privacy Issues in the Digital WorldReferencesElectronic Health Information, Healthcare System Interoperability, Mobile Health, and the Formation of a Community of Health and WellnessRole of Electronic Health Data and Information SystemsThe Role of Advanced and Predictive Data AnalyticsEstablishing a Data-Driven Community of HealthMobile Health in the PipelineConclusionsAcknowledgmentsReferences Risk Management in Healthcare: Processes and Management SystemsThe Importance of Managing RiskMedication Risk (An Historical Perspective)Adverse Effects and Drug DevelopmentAddiction Risk (A Growing Problem)Radiology and DigitizationThe Digital Era and Risk ManagementPolicies and Processes to Manage RiskQuality Management SystemsEvolving Digital Issues in Risk ManagementReferencesProject Management in Healthcare Project Management Fundamentals and the Consideration of the Dynamics of DigitalInitiating the ProjectDeveloping Goals and ObjectivesSelling the Project and Building Organizational SupportProject PlanningDefining Project ScopeBusiness Case DevelopmentBuilding a PlanRisk ManagementConclusionCase StudiesChange Control Process EnhancementProduct Labeling Conversion ProjectEnterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System ConsolidationProject Management Tools & PlatformsEssential ToolsTask and Issue Management AsanaEnterprise and Portfolio Management Oracle PrimaveraReferenceKnowledge Translation and Informatics in HealthcareIntroductionStrategies for Improving Knowledge Translation in HealthcareAreas of Health Professional Needs that Can Be Addressed by Health InformaticsInformation OverloadClinician and Patient Deficits in Knowledge and SkillsTime PressuresComputerized Physician (or Provider) Order EntryWorkflow ApplicationsComputer RemindersProducing New Knowledge from DataChallengesSummaryReferences Nursing Roles in the Implementation of Clinical Information SystemsImplementation RolesExecutive SponsorProject DirectorTeam LeaderClinical System AnalystEducatorSuperuserThe Phases of ImplementationSystem SelectionSystem Implementation: The Design PhaseSystem Implementation: Go-LiveSystem OptimizationConclusionReferencesArchitecting Transitions to a Fully Electronic Medical Record with an Emphasis on Physician Adoption and Optimal UtilizationBackground: Perceptions, Costs, and OutcomesMedical Error Reduction PropositionPreplanning for the EMR—Analysis and Documentation of Clinical Processes and Workflow: Current and Future StateMethodology for Adoption of the EMR: The Transformation and ProductPrerequisitesClinical Access to Computer WorkstationsDowntime ProceduresComputer Authentication Login and PerformanceDeployment of Departmental Clinical Support Applications in Advance of CPOEThe TransformationPreliminary Steps: Getting Physicians on the Computer in Advance of CPOE and DocumentationDevelopment of Patient Care Pathways for OrdersPhysician TransformationRecommended Steps to Achieve a Successful TransformationPhysician LeadershipProject Organization, Management, and BudgetThe ProductCPOESynonymsModification of Order DetailsOrder Sets Design and ConstructionDocumentation: Provider NotesRefining the Product: Usability TestingEducationCertified Medical Education CreditBuilding Physician Favorite FoldersThe PilotThe Main Go-LiveChange Control and Long-Term User Support: Final Polishing of the ProductSummary of Salient RecommendationsA Digital Platform for Clinical Trials and Community OutreachWhy Clinical Trials MatterStudy Connect (A Digital Solution to Enhance the Clinical Trial Process)The Digital Process in Action (Patients Interaction)The Evolution of Study ConnectDigital Marketing is the KeyIncorporating Analytics to Enhance Process SuccessHelp Patients Understand If They Qualify for a TrialDigital and the Human Element (Building Patient Trust and Comfort)Connecting Patients with Each OtherOther Important Patient ServicesEase of ManagementWhy Study Connect?ReferencesThe Evolution of TelehealthAn Overview of the PlatformValuable ApplicationsIllustrating the Benefits of TelehealthIndicators of the Growth of TelehealthConsumer UtilizationConcluding CommentsA Digital Solution to Enhance Comprehensive Care for the Elderly PopulationA recap of the current state of healthcare and opportunities for solutions A Shift to Value-Based Models Creates New Motivations and New OpportunitiesThe Aging PopulationHealthcare Innovation: Creating a New Care Management Model through Technological InnovationDriving Accountable Quality and Costs Outcomes through Engaging Family CaregiversAn Impressive Opportunity?The Seniorlink Story: Providing Innovative, Technology- based Platforms to Enhance Healthcare ServicesSeniorlink Technologies: Evolving Requirements for a Care Collaboration PlatformSo, What Does Vela Actually Do?A Secure, Consumer-Centric Virtual Care Room Framework, Built for Elders, Family Caregivers, and their Case-Management TeamsEffectively Engaging the Consumer through Understanding the Needs of the MarketMimic Commonly Used Social Media Collaboration Frameworks to Drive Adoption by Consumers and their Families/CaregiversBuilt for Risk Bearing Payer and Provider SystemsBuilt for Integration, Designed for SpeedIndustrial Strength Architecture Built for HIPAA Information Security and Enterprise Protection including HITRUSTSecure, Responsive, and Agile Development MethodologyPlatform Data AnalyticsSummaryAcknowledgementReferencesInformation Creation through Analytics: A Healthcare FocusIntroduction to the Concept of AnalyticsBusiness IntelligenceReportsPivot TablesDynamic Reporting through OLAPAnalytics at a Glance through DashboardsRobust Business Intelligence and Drill-Down behind Dashboard ViewsEvolution of VisualizationData Mining and the Value of DataWhy Things Are HappeningWhat Is Likely to HappenStreaming Analytics and Real-Time MiningAnalysis of Unstructured Data and Combining Structured and Unstructured SourcesSix Sigma AnalyticsAnalyzing the Workflow of the ERAnalytics of Episodes of Care and Episode Treatment GroupsCognitive Systems in Healthcare*An Often Overlooked Sector of Analytics (Power of the Simple Graphic)Graphic TypesValue of Data and AnalyticsClosing Comments on Efficiency and ProductivityReferencesPatient Data Analytics – Utilizing Analytics to Create Actionable Information in a Healthcare EcosystemThe Healthcare EcosystemThe Kind of Data Collected by Each EntityThe Process of Information Creation for Medications (Patient Data Analytics)Patient Persistence (a Focus on Adherence to Medications)Compliance - Pharma, Caregivers, Pharmacies, and InsuranceCrossing the Chasm to Data SciencePatient Journey Analyses and ComorbidityPharmaceutical Strategic AnalysesThe Business Benefits of Effective AnalyticsThe Future of Patient Data and AnalyticsReferenceManaging Risk for Patient Engagements with Trigger-Based Expert SystemsIntroduction to Data, Analytics and Organizational ChangePatient Safety and Provider RiskTriggers to Reduce RiskAn Optimal Approach to Trigger Development and UtilizationFactors to Consider when Implementing a Trigger Based Risk SystemThe Future of Risk-Management Expert SystemsReferencesArtificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Promise and RealityAI Key Inputs and HealthcareStatistical InputsSemantics-Based InputsLogic-Based InputsDiagnosis and Treatment ApplicationsAdministrative ApplicationsPatient Engagement and Adherence ApplicationsHow Much Medical Job Loss?The Slow Pace of Clinical Adoption of AIEthical Implications of AI in HealthcareThe Future of AI in HealthcareReferences
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