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Case Studies in Health Information Management (08 - Old Edition)by Charlotte Mccuen
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Created especially for Health Information Management students, this worktext helps to bridge the gap between content knowledge and actual on-the-job HIM principle application. Case Studies in Health Information Management scenarios are based on actual HIM situations and demand "thought" and "action" in order to answer the questions. This critical-thinking approach will help you move from classroom theory to real-life application and analysis of concepts.
About the Author
Nanette B. Sayles is a 1985 graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health Information Management (formerly Medical Record Administration) program. She is currently the Program Director/Assistant Professor for the Health Information Management and Technology programs at Macon State College in Macon, Georgia. She has a wide range of Health Information Management experience in hospitals, consulting, system development/implementation, and now education. Nanette Sayles is currently working on a doctorate in Adult Education at the University of Georgia. She is currently President Elect of the Middle Georgia Health Information Management Association and Education Chairperson for the Georgia Health Information Management Association.Patricia Schnering has worked in Health Information Management since 1993 and has also worked as a Health Information Management (HIM) consultant. She served as an adjunct instructor at St. Petersburg College. Ms. Schnering was certified as a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) in 1998 and in 1999 she received her Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA certification).
Table of Contents
1. Operations management Productivity Floor design (space planning) Workflow Finance Budgeting Staffing levels 2. Management HR issues Communications Change management 3. Quality Control Process improvement Workflow Sentinel events 4. Legal Release of Information HIPAA Human resources issues 5. Data Management Data quality Data Collection Documentation Classification Systems 6. External Forces HIPAA JCAHO Billing Reimbursement
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