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Additional Book Details
The seventh edition includes new content in each chapter and multiple new authors. We are honored to have Dr. William Hersh from Oregon Health and Science University as co-editor of this edition and an author of multiple chapters. We will continue the same overall chapter framework. Chapters will begin with learning objectives, followed by an introduction and history of the subject and conclude with challenges/barriers, resources, recommended reading, future trends, key points, conclusions and references. In the seventh edition, we will focus on post-HITECH Act changes in Health Informatics and other interesting developments in the field that have occurred since we published the sixth edition four years ago. Several new authors have been added to the existing authors. The chapter on electronic health records was co-authored by Dr. Vishnu Mohan from the Oregon Health & Science University. Brian Dixon from Regenstrief Institute authored the chapter on public health informatics. Tom Martin from Temple University co-authored the chapter on telemedicine. John Rasmussen is the new author of the Privacy and Security chapter and Harry Burke is the new author of the chapter on patient safety, quality and value.
|Sold By||Robert E Hoyt, Ann K Yoshihashi|
|ISBNs||9781644411285, 9781644411285, 9781387642410|
|Number of Pages||487|