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  • 1. Health Care Informatics Presentation Learning Team A Jody Bush, Rolanda Canty, Daneshea Crews, Maria Schiaratura, and Julie Sykora University of Phoenix Health Care Informatics HCI 500 David Stibbards June 14, 2010
  • 2. Introduction
    • Health care informatics improves patient care
      • Decreases medication errors
      • Reduces health care costs
    • Improved technology results in safer hospital care
  • 3. Key Concepts
    • Computerized Physician order Entry
    • Improve hospitals standards
    • Better protocols
  • 4. CPOE Goals
    • Prevent data errors
      • Wrong order transcription
      • Clinical errors that can result from inaccurate data
        • Allergy not recorded
        • Allergy recorded incorrectly
    • Reimbursement problems due to data errors
      • Denials
      • Duplicates
      • Delays
  • 5. Informatics Specialist
  • 6. Informatics Specialist Activities
  • 7. Effect on the role of the informatics specialist
    • Supports Electronic Medical Records
    • Networking Environment
    • Professional Ethics
  • 8. Driving Forces
  • 9. Restraining Forces
  • 10. Implications
    • Clinician Work
    • Workflow Issues
    • System Demands
    • Paper Dependency
    • Communication
    • Emotions
    • New Errors
    • Changes
    • Technology Dependence
  • 11. Information technology and organizational structure
  • 12. Conclusion
    • CPOE assist physicians in ordering the correct medication, the right dose and to check for contraindications .
    • Prevents transcription errors and reduces administration of wrong medication
    • Decrease order duplicates
    • Improves patient care
  • 13.
    • THE
    • END
  • 14.
    • References
    • American Medical Informatics Association. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.amia.org
    • Cooper, H. (2009). Changing roles of Health Information Managers: an education perspective. Health Information Management Journal, 38(3), pp. 38-42.
    • Doolan, D. F., & Bates, D.W. (2002). Computerized physician order entry systems in hospital s: Mandates and incentives. Technology & Medicine, 21(4),180-186. Retrieved June 3,2010, from http://www.mihealthandsafety.org/pdfs/Doolan Bates. pdf.
    •   Hayes, J. (2008).  IT informatics . Engineering & Technology. Retrieved from http://www.theiet.org/engtechmag
    • Hebda, T., Czar, P., & Mascara, C. (2009). Handbook of informatics for nurses and health care professionals (4 th ed.) upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.
  • 15.
    • Kuperman, G., J. and Gibson, R., F. (2003, July). Computer Physician Order Entry:
    • Benefits, Costs, and Issues. Annals of Internal Medicine, 139(1). Retrieved May 31, 2010 from Columbia University database
    • MacLean, S. (2009, June). Going with the flow: lessons from disruptive change. Healthcare Informatics , 26 (6), 89-90.
    • Mosquera, M. (2010).  Healthcare IT news . MedTech Media. Retrieved from http://www.healthcareitnews.com
    • Newbold, S.K., (2010). A New Definition for Nursing Informatics. Advance for
    • Nurses. Retrieved from http://nursing.advanceweb.com/Editorial/Content/PrintFriendly.aspx?CC=7428
  • 16.
    • Physician Order Entry Team (2007). Types of unintended consequences of cpoe. Retrieved June 4, 2010, from Oregon Health & Science University Web site: http://www.ohsu.edu.academic/dmice/research/cpoe/unintended_consequences.php
    • Young, D. (2001). CPOE reduces number of steps in medication-use process. Retrieved June 13, 2010, from http://www.ashp.org/import/news/HealthSystemPharmacyNews/newsarticle.aspx?id=612

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