1st Edition

Healthcare Informatics
Strategies for the Digital Era




ISBN 9780367184858
Published January 28, 2021 by Auerbach Publications
265 Pages

USD $79.95

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"This book addresses how health apps, in-home measurement devices, telemedicine, data mining, and artificial intelligence and smart medical algorithms are all enabled by the transition to a digital health infrastructure…..it provides a comprehensive background with which to understand what is happening in healthcare informatics and why."—C. William Hanson, III, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer and Vice President, University of Pennsylvania Health System.

"This book is dedicated to the frontline healthcare workers, who through their courage and honor to their profession, helped maintain a reliable service to the population at large, during a chaotic time. These individuals withstood fear and engaged massive uncertainty and risk to perform their duties of providing care to those in need at a time of crisis. May the world never forget the COVID-19 pandemic and the courage of our healthcare workers".—Stephan P. Kudyba, Author

Healthcare Informatics: Evolving Strategies in the Digital Era focuses on the services, technologies, and processes that are evolving in the healthcare industry. It begins with an introduction to the factors that are driving the digital age as it relates to the healthcare sector and then covers strategic topics such as risk management, project management, and knowledge management that are essential for successful digital initiatives. It delves into facets of the digital economy and how healthcare is adapting to the geographic, demographic, and physical needs of the population and highlights the emergence and importance of apps and telehealth. It also provides a high-level approach to managing pandemics by applying the various elements of the digital ecosystem. The book covers such technologies as:

  • Computerized physician order entry (CPOE)
  • Clinical Information Systems
  • Alerting systems and medical sensors
  • Electronic healthcare records (EHRs)
  • Mobile healthcare and telehealth.
  • Apps
  • Business Intelligence and Decision Support Analytics
  • Digital outreach to the population
  • Artificial Intelligence

The book then closes the loop on the efficiency enhancing process with a focus on utilizing analytics for problem solving for a variety of healthcare processes including the pharmaceutical sector. Finally, the book ends with current and futuristic views on evolving applications of AI throughout the industry.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. The Digital World
Stephan Kudyba

Chapter 2. An Introduction to the U.S. Health Care Industry, Digital Technologies and Informatics
Stephan Kudyba and Richard Temple

Chapter 3. Electronic Health Information, Healthcare System Interoperability, Mobile Health, and the Formation of a Community of Health and Wellness
Stephan Kudyba, Thad Perry, and Deborah Ballou

Chapter 4. Risk Management in Healthcare
Jorge Hechavarria and Stephan Kudyba

Chapter 5. Project Management in Healthcare
Michael Sarachman

Chapter 6. Knowledge Translation and Informatics in Healthcare
Ann McKibbon

Chapter 7. Nursing Roles in the Implementation of Clinical Information Systems
Terry Moore

Chapter 8. Architecting Transitions to a Fully Electronic Medical Record with Emphasis on Physician Adoption and Optimal Utilization
James F. Keel, III and D. Arlo Jennings

Chapter 9. A Digital Platform for Clinical Trials and Community Outreach
Carolyn Brehm and Thomas Julian

Chapter 10. The Evolution of TeleHealth
Lisa M. Brandt and Brian J Schroeder

Chapter 11. A Digital Solution to Enhance Comprehensive Care for the Elderly Population
William McIvor

Chapter 12. Information Creation through Analytics: A  Healthcare Focus
Stephan Kudyba

Chapter 13 Patient Data Analytics: Utilizing Analytics to Create Actionable Information in a Healthcare Ecosystem
Agnel D’Cruz and Stephan Kudyba

Chapter 14. Managing Risk for Patient Engagements with Trigger-Based Expert Systems
Stephan Kudyba and Dean Sittig

Chapter15. Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Promise and Reality
Thomas Davenport

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Biography

Dr. Stephan P. Kudyba, MBA, PhD, is a faculty member in the school of management at New Jersey Institute of Technology where he teaches courses addressing the utilization of technologies, business analytics and information and knowledge management to enhance operational efficiency, innovation and digital transformation. He has published numerous books, journal articles, and magazine articles on strategic utilization of data, information, and technologies to enhance organizational and macro productivity and successful digital transformation. Dr. Kudyba has been featured in virtual platforms, presents at conferences, corporate seminars, and university symposiums, addressing the evolving information, knowledge and digital economy. He has more than 15 years of private sector experience at prominent organizations in the US and Europe, and he maintains relations with firms across industry sectors addressing strategic initiatives. Dr Kudyba earned an MBA from Lehigh University and a PhD in economics with a focus on the information economy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.