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About the Courseware

Pages: 432 | Copyright: 2015

Authors: Sue Biedermann, Texas State University; and Donna Olson, Collin College

Introduction to Health Information Management provides students with an up-to-date, accurate, and accessible introduction to the dynamic and growing career field of health information management. This courseware is designed to give students entering the field a firm foundation in all of the essential knowledge areas, including transitioning from paper to electronic health records, healthcare law, reimbursement and classification systems, healthcare statistics, quality and case management, and healthcare management in all types of healthcare facilities.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Health Information Management
Chapter 2: Healthcare Organizations
Chapter 3: Hospital Departments and the Medical Staff
Chapter 4: Health Record Purpose and Components
Chapter 5: Health Record Organization and Storage
Chapter 6: Information Technology in Healthcare
Chapter 7: Electronic Health Records
Chapter 8: Legal Aspects of Health Information
Chapter 9: Classification Systems and Reimbursement
Chapter 10: Healthcare Statistics
Chapter 11: Quality Case Management and Registries
Chapter 12: Financial and Operational Management
Appendix A: Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
Appendix B: AHIMA Code of Ethics
Appendix C: Sample Health Forms Index

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Instructor's Guide

In addition to course planning tools and syllabus models, the Instructor's eResources provide chapter-specific teaching hints, answers for all end-of-chapter exercises, and offer PowerPoint® presentations.