Health Information Management: Principles and Organization for Health Information Services, 5th Edition
March 2012, Jossey-Bass
1 Health Information Management and the Health Care Institution (Faye Pickett).
2 Content and Structure of the Health Record (Linda S. Kiger).
3 The Emergence of Electronic Patient Record Systems (Desla R. Mancilla).
4 Information-Capture Design and Principles (Linda S. Kiger).
5 Health Record Analysis (Nancy Coffman-Kadish).
6 Numbering and Filing Systems (Nancy Coffman-Kadish).
7 Secondary Health Data (Nancy Coffman-Kadish).
8 Coding, Compliance, and Reimbursement (Elizabeth A. Contant).
9 Health Care Databases and Statistics (Nancy Coffman-Kadish).
10 Quality Management and Performance Improvement (Linda S. Kiger).
11 Preservation of Health Records (Linda S. Kiger).
12 Location, Space, and Equipment Requirements (Linda S. Kiger).
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Jean S. Clark, RHIA, director, health information services, CareAlliance Health Services, Charleston, South Carolina, and past president and distinguished member, American Health Information Management Association
"An excellent compilation of topics to introduce individuals to
concepts of health information management and the
Rose Dunn, RHIA, vice president, First Class Solutions, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri
"This book provides an excellent snapshot of key HIM topics and
functions and will benefit HIM professionals, students, CEOs, CFOs,
physicians, nurses anyone who wants to learn more about HIM
practice, health information management, and the profession."
Ellen MacDonald, RHIA, president, ARTS & STAT Healthcare Consultants, Inc., San Luis Obispo, California