Multidisciplinary Approaches for Current and Future Professionals
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This book explores how clinicians, patients, information technology (IT) experts and other professionals are collaborating to support high-value care using information technology in a multitude of settings: hospitals, insurance companies, laboratories, medical offices, patients’ homes, pharmacies, and public health departments. Developed for those training in academic centers as well as for those already "out in the field", this book looks at how attorneys, behavioral health experts, business development experts, chief information officers, chief medical officers, chief nursing information officers, consumer advocates, cryptographic experts, futurists, geneticists, informaticists, managed care executives, nurses, pharmacists, physicians, public health professionals, software developers, systems security officers and workforce experts are collaborating on a 'team-based,' IT-enabled approach to improve healthcare. It is also an excellent resource for those seeking to address concerns about equity, health IT usability, interoperability, safety, and security.
A unique aspect of this book is that public health emergencies such as health inequality and pandemics are addressed by authors who not only have academic and administrative experience but have also provided frontline care during the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Value of IT – Nancy C. Beale, MSN, RN-BC
Chapter 2: Patient Engagement – Jan Oldenburg, FHIMSS
Chapter 3: Innovation in Health IT – Anuj Desai
Chapter 4: Ambulatory Systems - Curtis L. Cole, MD, Adam D. Cheriff, MD, J. Travis Gossey, MD, MS, MPH, Sameer Malhotra, MD, MA, and Daniel M. Stein, MD, PhD
Chapter 5: CDSS: Clinical Decision Support Systems - Parag Mehta, MD, FACP
Chapter 6: Medication Errors – J. Barmecha, MD, MPH, SFHM, FACP
Chapter 7: Racing Against the Clock – Parag Mehta, MD, FACP
Chapter 8: Hospital Systems: History and Rationale for Hospital Health IT – Virginia Lorenzi, MS, CPHIMS
Chapter 9: AI: Hospital Automation – David Barchi
Chapter 10: Clinical and Business Intelligence – Ray Hess, MSA, RRT, FHIMSS
Chapter 11: Promoting Interoperability and Quality Payment Programs: The Evolving Paths of Meaningful Use – Anantachai (Tony) Panjamapirom, PhD, MBA, CPHIMS, Naomi Levinthal, MA, MS, CPHIMS, Ye Hoffman, MS, CPHIM
Chapter 12: Behavioral Health and Telemedicine – Teresa Rufin, MPH, David Mou, MD, Thomas Tsang, MD
Chapter 13: Optimizing Medication Use through Health IT: A Pharmacist’s Perspective – Troy Trygstad, Mary Ann Kliethermes, Anne Burns, Mary Roth McClurg, Marie Smith, Jon Easter
Chapter 14: Nursing Informatics Today and Future Perspectives for Healthcare – Victoria L. Tiase, PhD, RN-BC and Whende M. Carroll, MSN, RN-BC
Chapter 15: Health Information Exchange: An Overview and New York State’s Model – Valerie Grey and Nathan Donnelly
Chapter 16: Direct Interoperability Enhancing Transitions across the Spectrum of Healthcare - Holly Miller, MD, MBA, FHIMSS
Chapter 17: Privacy and Security – Keith Weiner
Chapter 18: Blockchain – Paul Quigley
Chapter 19: IoT – Salvatore G. Volpe, MA; Paul Quigley, MBA
Chapter 20: Case Study: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: Uses of Public Health Informatics in Response to COVID-19
Chapter 21: Genomic Informatics in Healthcare System – Dr. Chang-Hui Shen
Chapter 22: Managed Care Organizations Leverage Health Information from Multiple Sources to Drive Value - Michael Renzi, DO and Owen Moss
Chapter 23: Workforce Application of Informatics to Target Initiatives – William D. Myhre, MPA
Chapter 24: Patient-Centered Medical Home - Salvatore Volpe, MD and Rick A. Moore, Ph.D.
Chapter 25: eMOLST: Electronic System for Completing Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment - Patricia Bomba, M.D., M.A.C.P., F.R.C.P., eMOLST Program Director, and Katie Orem, M.P.H., eMOLST Administrator
Chapter 26: Medical Liability Insurance Data Analytics: An Opportunity to Identify Risks, Target Interventions, and Impact Policy – Thomas R. Gray
Chapter 27: Medical-Legal: Attorney’s Perspective – Joshua R. Cohen
Chapter 28: Telehealth – Salvatore Volpe, MD
Chapter 29: Epilogue: Comfort Pets and Oracles – Salvatore Volpe, MD
Salvatore Volpe, MD, FAAP, FACP, CHCQM has 27 years of a primary care medical practice experience. He has achieved board certification in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Clinical Informatics and Quality Assurance. He serves as Chairman of the Richmond County Medical Society HIT Committee.
Dr. Volpe is the recipient of the 2007 IPRO Quality Award. The award was presented in recognition of his commitment to improving care for Medicare beneficiaries, as reflected in the work he has done to create a patient-focused environment within his practice, and his work as a physician champion in promoting the use of electronic health records and health information technology for quality improvement. He is currently the Attending Physician, Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Staten Island University Hospital.
Additional achievements include:
- 2009 – Dr. Volpe’s medical practice became the first solo practice in the state of New York to achieve Level 3 2008 NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition.
- 2010 – HIMSS recognized Dr. Volpe as the Chapter Leader of the Year.
- 2011 – SUNY Downstate Medical School presented Dr. Volpe with the Geriatrics Medicine Award in recognition of his contributions and achievements.
- 2012 – Dr. Volpe’s medical practice became the first solo practice in the United States to achieve Level 3 2011 NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition.
- 2013 – Dr. Volpe accepted the role of Chairman of the Staten Island Heart Society.
- 2015 – Dr. Volpe accepted the role of Chief Medical Officer for the Staten Island Performing Providers, LLC.
- 2016 – Recipient of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) Patient-Centered Medical Home Practice Award.