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Test Bank for Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management 5th Edition Wager

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Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management, 5th Edition, Karen A. Wager, Frances W. Lee, John P. Glaser, ISBN: 1119853869, ISBN: 9781119853879 (TEST BANK)

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Test Bank for Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management 5th Edition Wager

Test Bank for Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management, 5th Edition, Karen A. Wager, Frances W. Lee, John P. Glaser, ISBN: 1119853869, ISBN: 9781119853879

Table of Contents

(Chapter 1 – 13)

1.1 MIPS Value Pathways: Surgical example 10

2.1 2015 EHR certification criteria 25

2.2 2020 approved CMS accrediting organizations 31

3.1 Major types of quality measures 51

3.2 Selected 2019 Medicaid Promoting Interoperability eCQMs 53

3.3 Core metrics for health and health care progress 58

3.4 Whole System Measures 2.0: Measures to assess health system performance on the Triple Aim 59

4.1 Percent of US nonfederal acute care hospitals that often or sometimes send or receive summary of care records with sources outside their hospital system by method in 2019 68

4.2 Selected HIT SDOs 76

4.3 Singh and Sittig Sociotechnical dimensions 80

4.4 Developer and Provider processes for usability and safety across the EHR product life cycle stages 82

5.1 IT initiatives linked to organizational goals 94

5.2 Summary of the scope of outpatient care problems 99

5.3 Assessment of telehealth strategic opportunities 106

5.4 Summary of IT strategic planning 106

6.1 The foundation for successful strategic application of information technology 115

6.2 Target increases in an IT operating budget 124

7.1 Sample criteria for evaluation of RFP responses 154

9.1 Tangible and intangible IT value 190

9.2 Financial analysis of a patient accounting document imaging system (in dollars) 198

9.3 Requests (in $ thousands) for new information system projects 200

10.1 Characterization of information technology function from the Patient Engagement Framework and frequency of adoption, ordered by level of engagement 219

10.2 Reported online health record functionalities used by individuals among those who were offered and accessed their record, 2017 222

10.3 Percent of nonfederal acute care hospitals that enabled patient electronic access to health information by type of care setting, 2019 222

10.4 Models of PGHD use 228

10.5 Challenges to PGHD use and suggested solutions 228

10.6 Overview of process for implementing PGHD into clinical care 230

11.1 Example population health reports 244

12.1 HIPAA Privacy Rule public interest and benefit exceptions 265

12.2 HIPAA violation categories 268

12.3 Fines levied for HIPAA violations in 2020 269

12.4 NIST Cybersecurity Framework Profile with gap analysis 280

12.5 Health industry cybersecurity practices 282

13.1 Platform types 302

14.1 List of cases and corresponding chapters 310

A.1 IT interests of different health care organizations 347

A.2 Changes in application focus resulting from changes in the health care business model 349

A.3 Major health care IT vendors, ranked by revenue 351

B.1 Revision history 358

B.2 Issue management 363