Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach was awarded first place in the 2013 AJN Book of the Year Awards in the Information Technology/Informatics category. Get on the cutting edge of informatics with Health Informatics, An Interprofessional Approach. Covering a wide range of skills and systems, this unique title prepares you for work in today's technology-filled clinical field. Topics include clinical decision support, clinical documentation, provider order entry systems, system implementation, adoption issues, and more. Case studies, abstracts, and discussion questions enhance your.
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Front cover; Inside front cover; Dedication; Health Informatics; Copyright page; About the Authors; Contributors; Reviewers and Ancillary Writers; Preface; Uses of the Book; Vendors, Applications, Institutions, etc.; Organization of the Book; Teaching and Learning Package; For the Instructor; For the Student; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Unit 1 Background and Foundational Information; 1 Introduction: The Evolution of Health Informatics; Objectives; Key Terms; Abstract; Introduction; The Roots of Informatics within the Computer and Information Sciences; Computer Science.
Information ScienceHealth Informatics; Establishing the Specialty of Health Informatics; Books; Journals; Professional Organizations; Educational Programs; Certification; Recognition of the Specialty; Naming the Specialty-Naming the Discipline; Conclusion and Future Directions; References; Discussion Questions; Case Study; Discussion Questions; 2 Theoretical Foundations of Health Informatics; Objectives; Key Terms; Abstract; Introduction; Theories and Models Underlying Health Informatics; Systems Theory; Characteristics of Systems; Systems and the Change Process; Chaos Theory.
Complexity TheoryInformation Theory; Shannon-Weaver Information-Communication Model; Blum Model; Graves Model; Nelson Model; Learning Theory; Cognitive and Constructionist Learning Theories; Adult Learning Theories; Learning Styles; Change Theory; Planned Change; Diffusion of Innovation; Using Change Theory; The Systems Life Cycle Model; Staggers and Nelson Systems Life Cycle Model (SLCM); Additional Informatics-Related Models; Conclusion and Future Directions; References; Discussion Questions; Case Study; Discussion Questions; 3 Evidence-Based Practice and Informatics; Objectives.
Key TermsAbstract; Introduction; Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Models; ACE Star Model of Knowledge Transformation; Point 1: Discovery Research; Point 2: Evidence Summary; Resources and Examples; Point 3: Translation to Guidelines; Resources and Examples; Point 4: Practice Integration; Resources and Examples; Point 5: Evaluation; Resources and Examples; Conclusion and Future Directions; References; Discussion Questions; Case Study; Discussion Questions; 4 Knowledge Discovery, Data Mining, and Practice-Based Evidence; Objectives; Key Terms; Abstract; Introduction.
Research Designs for Knowledge DiscoveryEHRs and Knowledge Discovery; Knowledge Building Using Health IT; Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining; Retrieving a Dataset for Analysis; Preprocessing Clinical Data; Preprocessing Text Data; Preprocessing Coded (Structured) Data; Sampling and Partitioning; Data Mining; Statistical Approaches; Machine Learning; Evaluating Data Mining Models; Practice-Based Evidence; PBE Features and Challenges; Steps in a PBE Study; Create a Multisite, Multidisciplinary Project Clinical Team (PCT); Control for Differences in Patient Severity of Illness.