Human, Social, and Organizational Aspects of Health Information Systems

Un libro in lingua di Kushniruk Andre W. (EDT) Borycki Elizabeth M. (EDT) edito da Igi Global, 2008

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Thirty-one international academics, researchers, and healthcare practitioners contribute 20 chapters to an evidence-based management approach to the human and social aspects of healthcare information technology (IT). The text is organized to reflect the multiple layers and varied interdisciplinary perspectives involved in designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining health information systems. Coverage includes issues around human-computer interaction, starting with a focus on the individual user of the healthcare information system; the impact of healthcare information systems on clinical work and practice; organizational and social aspects of healthcare IT involving change management, best practices, and evaluation; strategic approaches at the healthcare system level; legal, ethical, and professional concerns; and the rapidly emerging field of knowledge translation in healthcare via electronic media. For students, scholars, and practitioners in medical information, health service management, and information technology. Medical Information Science Reference is an imprint of IGI. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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