hcis140 | undergraduate
Fundamentals Of Electronic Health Records
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Health Information Accessibility
- Describe various telecommunication tools for accessing health information.
- Identify the role of social media in the healthcare industry.
- Describe the use of the Internet in promoting access to health information.
- Describe a radiology information system.
- Describe a pharmacy information system.
- Describe an emergency department information system.
- Describe a surgical information system.
- Describe a dental information system.
Secure Health Care Transactions and Billing
- Describe how electronic data interchange transactions work.
- Describe the billing workflow.
- Identify HIPAA privacy requirements.
- Discuss the relationship between EHRs, reimbursement, HIPAA, and EDI transactions.
Fundamentals of Information Systems and Databases
- Explain the difference between computer hardware and software.
- Define a health record.
- Describe the value of an Electronic Health Record (EHR).
- Identify the purpose and main components of an EHR database.
Electronic Health Records (EHR)
- Discuss the functions healthcare records serve.
- Identify different healthcare forms used to keep patient information in EHRs.
- Describe the basic workflow of a healthcare organization using EHRs.
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