CREATE A DIAGRAM SHOWING THE WORKFLOW FOR EACH OF THE SCENARIOS. IDENTIFY AT LEAST 12 STEPS IN YOUR WORKFLOW. LABEL AND DESCRIBE EACH OF THE STEPS, AND BE AS SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE.
Research the term workflow in the University Library, on the Internet, or by using the search link provided in the Week Five Electronic Reserve Readings. Reference Figure 7-16 in Ch. 7 (p. 176) of your textbook Health Information Technology and Management. Read the following scenarios:
Scenario 1: Dorothy has been experiencing constant headaches and fatigue. She decides it is time to visit her doctor, so she contacts her doctor’s office and schedules an appointment for the following day.
Scenario 2: John is grilling in his backyard. While cutting peppers for homemade salsa, he accidently cuts the thumb on his right hand. He quickly wraps a napkin around it, but his finger does not stop bleeding. John’s wife decides it is best for him to go to the emergency room to have the cut checked.
Create a diagram showing the workflow for each of the scenarios. Identify at least 12 steps in your workflow. Label and describe each of the steps, and be as specific as possible. Click the Assignment files tab to submit your workflow diagram.PRINTED BY: email@example.com. Printing is for personal, private use only. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted without publisher’s prior permission. Violators will be prosecuted. 7 Electronic Health Records LEARNING OUTCOMES After completing this chapter, you should be able to: ■ Define electronic health records ■ Explain why electronic health records are important ■ Discuss what forces are driving the adoption of electronic health records ■ Describe the functional benefits derived from using an EHR ■ Compare different forms of EHR data ■ Describe different methods of capturing and recording data ■ Explain why patient visits should be documented at the point of care ■ Explain how electronic signatures work ■ Describe the workflow of an office fully using EHRs ACRONYMS USED IN CHAPTER 7 Acronyms are used extensively in both medicine and computers. The following acronyms are used in this chapter. ABN Advance Beneficiary Notice AHRQ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDR Clinical Data Repository CMS Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services CPOE Computerized Physician Order Entry; Computerized Provider Order Entry CPRI Computer-Based Patient Record Institute CT SCAN Computerized Tomography Scan DUR Drug Utilization Review Dx Diagnosis Health Information Technology and Management https://jigsaw.vitalsource.com/api/v0/books/9781323108789/print?from… 1 of 39 10/20/2016 2:07 PM PRINTED BY: firstname.lastname@example.org. Printing is for personal, private use only. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted without publisher’s prior permission. Violators will be prosecuted. ECG OR EKG Electrocardiogram EHR Electronic Health Record HHS Department of Health and Human Services HIPAA Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Hx History ICU Intensive Care Unit IOM Institute of Medicine of the National Academies LOINC ® Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes OB Obstetrics PACS OR PAC SYSTEM Picture Archiving and Communication System PIN Personal Identification Number Px Physical Examination RHIO Regional Health Information Organization Rx Therapy (Including Prescriptions) SNOMED-CT ® SNOMED Stands for Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine; CT stands for Clinical Terms SOAP Subjective, Objective, Assessment,
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