Introducing the best one-step source of practical health information management guidance. In this text your students will find information they need to know for every key area of health information management -- information management standards and requirements ... clinical data systems ... computerized patient records ... confidentiality and security issues ... quality improvement ... telemedicine, people management issues ... and much more!When grouping procedures together to form homogeneous procedure subclasses, it is important to recognize the variation within a CPT code and that only the ... Examples of ancillary procedures are immunizations and the insertion of an IUD.
|Title||:||A Practical Introduction to Health Information Management|
|Author||:||Sara N. Di Lima, Lisa T. Johns, Aspen Reference Group (Aspen Publishers)|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1998|