Instructor Resources: Instructor's Manual, TestBank, PowerPoints, Sample Syllabus
Adaptive Health Management Information Systems, Third Edition, is for instructors who want to keep pace with rapid changes in the field of Healthcare Management Information Systems (HMIS) & Health Informatics (HI). This new edition is not simply an update of the previous one – it is a completely reorganized, expanded, and rewritten text containing all new contributions, special sections, and streamlined discussions of more established as well as hot current topics.
The chapters included motivating scenarios, real-world examples, recent press releases, mini-cases, stimulating chapter questions, illustrative graphics, tables, exhibits, and additional readings. Significant updates and complete revisions have been integrated throughout the text.
"Joseph Tan with Fay Cobb Payton and colleagues have done an excellent job of describing not only the technology and information needs of this dynamic time but also have done an extraordinary job of investigating those influential forces or critical success factors that have an impact on current and future-oriented health information management systems and their use to support a growing network of multi-provider health care delivery services in an age of globalization, continuing knowledge explosion and technological innovation diffusion."
--Homer H. Schmitz, PhD, Interim Dean and Professor, School of Public Health, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri
(From the Foreword - Read the complete Foreword.)
- Content - rich, comprehensive topics coverage ranging from HMIS history, CEO/CIO roles and responsibilities, Health IT & Internet use, HMIS enterprise software, Virtual Communities & Netowrks, Patient-Centric Management Systems, HMIS Interoperability, HMIS Strategic Planning, HMIS Developments, HMIS Project Management, HMIS Standards, Governance & International Perspectives, and HMIS Innovation.
- Scenarios - realistic and/or real-world scenarios to set the stage for topic discussion and motivate the student readers - a short reflection of the scenario is also given at the end of each scenario
- Technology Briefs - concise briefs covering specific HMIS knowledge domains such as the Internet & Associated Technologies, Hardware, Software & User Interface, Network Technologies, Database concepts, Data Mining & Data Warehousing, and more
- Research Brief - Brief to extend reading and provide supplementary research data
- Policy Brief - Brief to cover on key policy issues relating to HIPAA, privacy, confidentiality and security issues
- Minicases - short cases to illustrate concepts and related mini-case questions to promote class discussions among students
- Chapter Questions - short and long questions to stimulate classroom discussions and promote learning of various topics and examples discussed in the text
- Editor's Notes - appended to chapters contributed by various authors to bridge the chapter contents with the other chapters and parts of the text, thereby providing the readers an overview of the intended organization of the text
- Major Cases - Part V provides a selection of major cases to enhance understanding of teaching materials and promote further interactions between students and instructor
PART I HMIS FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS
Chapter 1. HMIS: A Managerial Perspective
Chapter 2. HMIS Executives: CEO/CIO Roles & Responsibilities in Healthcare Services Organizations
Research Brief I: Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) Enhance Data Collection Efficiency During a Study of Waiting Times in an Emergency Department
Chapter 3. Online Health Information Seeking: Access and Digital Equity Considerations
Technology Brief I: Fundamentals of Internet & Associated Technologies for Healthcare Services Organizations
PART II HMIS TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATIONS
Chapter 4. HMIS Enterprise Software: The New Generation HMIS Administrative Applications
Technology Brief II: Basic Hardware, Software & Interface Concepts
Chapter 5. Community Health Information Networks (CHIN): Building Virtual Communities and Networking Health Provider Organizations
Technology Brief III: Telecommunications & Network Concepts for Healthcare Services Organizations
Chapter 6. Trending towards Patient-Centric Management Systems
Technology Brief IV: Database, Data Mining & Data Warehousing Concepts for Healthcare Services Organizations
Chapter 7. HMIS Integration: Achieving Systems Interoperability with Web Services
PART III HMIS PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
Chapter 8. HMSISP/IR: Health Management Strategic IS Planning/Information Requirements
Chapter 9. Systems Development: HMIS Analysis & Developmental Methodologies
Chapter 10. Data Stewardship: Foundation for HMIS Design, Implementation & Evaluation
Chapter 11. Managing HMIS Projects: Systems Implementation & IT Services Management
PART IV HMIS STANDARDS, POLICY, GOVERNANCE & FUTURE
Chapter 12. HMIS Standards: Standards Adoption in Healthcare IT
Policy Brief I: HIPPA, Privacy & Security Issues for Healthcare Services Organizations
Chapter 13. HMIS Governance, Policy & International Perspectives: HMIS Globalization through E-Health
Chapter 14. HMIS Innovation: Managing Innovation Diffusion In Healthcare Services Organizations
PART V HMIS Practices & Cases
Case 1 – Emergency Medical Transportation Resource Deployment
Case 2 – The Clinical Reminder System (CRS)
Case 3 - Integrating Electronic Medical Records and Disease Management at Dryden Family Medicine
Case 4 – Delivering Enterprise-Wide Decision Support through E-Business Applications
Case 5 – Mapping the Road to the Fountain of Youth
Joseph Tan, PhD-Professor, Department of Business, Wayne State University School of Business Administration
Dr. Joseph Tan is Professor of Business IS/IT and Healthcare Informatics at the Wayne State University School of Business Administration in Detroit, Michigan. He has served as Chair of the Information Systems & Manufacturing Department of Wayne State University, as well as Acting Director for MHA program at the Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia.
His last 20-year academic experience includes full-time employment in academia; private and non-profit sector organizations as well as consulting and engaging in executive program development activities catering to executives and foreign delegation. He served as consultant to Ontario Council of Graduate Studies, as well as a research fellow and advisor to various professional research institutes, non-profit and for-profit organizations.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems & Informatics (IJHISI. His work is widely cited and he has over 100 academic publications, including a 4-volume encyclopedia and numerous research monographs and teaching textbooks. He has taken leadership in team-based research, curriculum and program development and accreditation, peer-reviewed journal publications and book reviews, online education and programming, planning and organization of symposiums and conferences, development of book series, special issue journals and federal grant proposals.
Dr. Tan has been asked to do keynote speeches at doctoral seminar and conferences and has been invited to conduct research seminars and/or make appearances at numerous major universities around the world. Dr. Tan has achieved recognized scholarship in teaching and learning with students’ nominations for teaching excellence awards and networks widely with key decision and policy makers as well as academic scholars and practitioners at local, provincial/state, national and international levels, including private, public and non-governmental organizations and universities.
Fay Cobb Payton, PhD-Associate Professor of Information Systems/Technology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina