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Health Care Information Systems

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  1. Health Care Information Systems

  2. Radiology Information System • Allows direct order entry or accepts orders from other systems • Provides scheduling of diagnostic tests • Generates client instructions and preparation procedure • Permits transcription of results

  3. Radiology • Provides picture archiving and transmission of images • Generates charges once procedures are done • After a report is written it can be view through the clinical information system

  4. Example • Patient undergoing MRI • The RIS generates questions such as whether the patient is claustrophobic, whether patients has foreign metal bodies • The nurse enters the answers • The radiologist reviews the answers and determine if the patient is appropriate for testing • MRI done, electronic image are sent to the CIS • Report is written and the transferred to the CIS

  5. Pharmacy Information Systems • Provide checks in order and administration process • Reduces errors when used with bar code technology • Use lab results, allergy, and interaction information from clinical systems • Track medication use, costs, and billing information  decision making

  6. Pharmacy • Online access • May include more than one system • In pharmacy dispensing systems (robots) • Unit-based dispensing cabinets in care areas • Requires ID and password (badge swipe) • Barcode Medication Administration

  7. Pharmacy • E-prescribing   • Process that allows the physician to enter a prescription which is then electronically sent to the pharmacy from computers, PDAs

  8. Barcode Medication Administration • Uses barcode on the unit-dose medication package and patient bracelet to ensure right patient, right drug, right dose, right time, right route

  9. E-prescribing Benefits • Provides a longitudinal prescription record • Review client’s history before ordering med • Provides alerts about drug interactions • Generates reminders to order home meds for the discharged client • Eliminates phone authorization for refills

  10. Physician Practice Management Systems • Physician office system • Features include capture of demographic and insurance data, scheduling, billing, outcome tracking, and report capability • May, or may not, connect to hospital electronic patient records or maintain separate patient records • HIPPA compliances

  11. Home Healthcare • May communicate with hospital systems to exchange data • Support demands for excessive documentation • Improve payment for services because it is easier and quicker to find information needed for billing

  12. Administrative systems • Registration systems • Scheduling systems • Financial systems

  13. Registration Systems • AKA: Admission/discharge/transfer (ADT) systems • Collect and store demographic and insurance data that are verified and updated at the time of each visit • Critical to operations to ensure correct patient identification and reimbursement for charges

  14. Scheduling systems • Scheduling appointments • Need certain info: • Referral • Authorization by insurance • Department • Date and time • Room • Prep • Billing info

  15. Smart Technology • Improves quality, safety, and efficiency in patient care • Optimization of workflow by slowing problems to create better workflow for clinicians • Benefits clinicians and patients • Adoption can be slow and expensive

  16. The big picture • Describe How all these systems can work together to optimize healthcare practice?

  17. Question?