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mHealth

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A hand-picked selection of videos addressing mHealth

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Wearable Technology in Healthcare

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A hand-picked selection of videos addressing Wearable Technology in Healthcare.

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February 8th, 2017 at 7:59 am

TED Talks on Health and Healthcare

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A hand-picked selection of TED Talks on Health and Healthcare.

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History of Healthcare

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A hand-picked selection of videos addressing History of Healthcare.

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February 7th, 2017 at 11:35 pm

Healthcare Costs and Expenditures

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A hand-picked selection of videos addressing Healthcare Costs and Expenditures.

Healthcare System in the USA

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A hand-picked selection of videos addressing Healthcare System in the USA.

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February 7th, 2017 at 11:24 pm

Health Insurance

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The Future of Healthcare

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February 7th, 2017 at 10:14 pm

Healthcare Spending

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February 7th, 2017 at 10:08 pm

Is Healthcare a Human Right?

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Impact of Healthcare Technology on Healthcare Cost

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June 21st, 2013 at 10:34 am

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TeleHealth

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Telehealth is “the use of communications and information technology to deliver health services and exchange health information when distance separates the participants.”[Elford, 1998].

Many technologies are used for telehealth including: telephones, videophones, personal computers (PCs), videoconferencing systems, store and forward systems (S&F) and specialized telehealth workstations.

A telehealth system is made of the following components:

  1. Hardware, e.g. computer, workstation and peripherals. Peripheral devices are the devices that are connected to a workstation and allow the local health professional to capture clinical images, video, sounds and vitals, such as otoscope, electronic stethoscope, and general exam camera.
  2. Software installed on the workstation,
  3. Database to store patient information,
  4. Network or telecommunications link,
  5. Humans e.g. users, clinicians and patients,
  6. Policies and protocols.

Videos:

  1. Basic Introduction to Telehealth (4:12)
  2. Telehealth: VA Experience (9:08)
  3. A Demonstration of a Telehealth Mobile Solution (4:01)

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April 17th, 2012 at 5:01 am

Practice Fusion Videos

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Group 1:

  1. 1: How to Log in (1:48)
  2. 1: How to Log in (1:41)
  3. 1: Import Patients (1:56)
  4. 1: Intro to Lab Integration (1:11)
  5. 1: Patient Import Tutorial (3:49)
  6. 1: Take a Tour of Practice Fusion b (4:48)
  7. 1: Using the Clipboard (0:50)
  8. Adding Patients (1:24)
  9. Adding Patients (1:12)
  10. Adding Users EMR (1:12)
  11. Allergy Management Tutorial (2:12)
  12. Allergy: Maintain Allergy List (C6) (1:27)
  13. Allergy: Recording Allergies (0:57)
  14. Billing with Kareo Integration (1:08)
  15. Billing: Superbills (1:01)
  16. Care Summary Record (2:11)
  17. Charting Demo (7:00)
  18. Charting with Templates (1:04)
  19. Charting: Diagnoses, Medications and Allergies (2:54)
  20. Charting: Patient Dashboard (2:38)
  21. Charting: Starting a Chart Note (1:36)
  22. Charting: Templates (4:18)
  23. ChartShare Behind the Scenes (2:41)
  24. ChartShare for Referral Letters (4:10)
  25. Clinical Summaries (C13) (1:49)
  26. Clinical Decision Support Rules (0:59)
  27. Clinical Information: Export and Exchange Clinical Information (C14) (1:08)
  28. Clinical Quality Indicators: Recording Clinical Quality Indicators (0:31)
  29. Clipboard Tutorial (1:44)
  30. Cloud Computing with Dell and Prac (1:10)
  31. Computerized Physician Order Entry for Medication Orders (C1) (1:45)
  32. Demographics: Editing Patient Demographics (1:12)
  33. Demographics: Record Demographics (C7) (1:19)
  34. ….
  35. Diagnosis: Recording Diagnosis History (1:15)
  36. Document Management Demo (2:52)
  37. Documents: Uploading Documents (1:03)
  38. Drug Interactions Checking (1:36)
  39. Drug Interaction Checks (C2) (1:56)
  40. EHR Features (2:18)
  41. EHR: Free Web-Based EHR (1:37)
  42. EHR: Three Questions to Ask Any EHR Vendor (3:11)
  43. Electronic Lab Integrations (2:04)
  44. EMR Adoption Made Easy (2:43)
  45. EMR Integration: Connect Your EHR To Vital Patient (1:21)
  46. EMR Myths (4:01)
  47. EMR: Making the EMR Transition in Your Practice (4:52)
  48. EMR: The Importance of EMR Ease of Use (3:48)
  49. EMR: Unique EMR (1:36)
  50. e-Prescribing (0:56)
  51. e-Prescribing (21:52)
  52. e-Prescribing Training (15:56)
  53. e-Prescribing Training (15:49)
  54. e-prescribing: Activate Your e-Prescribing (1:00)
  55. e-Prescribing: Advanced ePrescribing (3:41)
  56. e-Prescribing: How to e-Prescribe (1:40)
  57. e-prescribing: Responding to Refill Requests (1:08)
  58. Equipment Readiness (3:36)
  59. Facility Management (0:50)
  60. Facility Management Tutorial (1:56)
  61. Free Bidirectional Lab Integration (1:03)
  62. HITECH and Meaningful Use Tips for Doctors (2:31)
  63. HITECH Part 1: Meaningful Use of a Certified EMR (8:23)
  64. HITECH Part 2: Meaningful Use Steps and the EHR Incentive Timeline” (8:25)
  65. HITECH Part 3: The EMR Certification Process and Next Steps (8:19)
  66. HITECH Part 4: Practice Fusion, Your Practice and EMR Incentives” (5:35)
  67. Immunization : Create Immunization Record (0:54)
  68. Integarion: LabCorp Integration (1:12)
  69. Integration: Quest Diagnostics Integration Tutorial (1:33)
  70. Lab: Ordering Lab Results (0:55)
  71. Lab: Structured Lab Results (1:44)
  72. Medication List: Maintain Medication List (1:12)
  73. Medication List: Maintain Medication List (C5) (1:39)
  74. medication list: Recording Medication List and prescribing (1:21)
  75. Medication Management Tutorial (3:20)
  76. Messaging: Secure Messaging Demo (1:57)
  77. Messaging: Secure Messaging Tutorial (4:03)
  78. Messaging: Sending Secure Messages (1:07)
  79. Mobile Health with Dell and Practi (1:04)
  80. Patient Education Resources (0:33)
  81. Patient Electronic Access (1:26)
  82. Patient Lists (M3) (1:05)
  83. Patient Management Tutorial (6:24)
  84. PHR Enrollment (1:28)
  85. PHR Enrollment Tutorial (3:16)
  86. Practice Fusion (4:00)
  87. Practice Fusion (3:09)
  88. Practice Fusion (2:11)
  89. Practice Fusion API (2:16)
  90. Practice Manager (2:42)
  91. Practice Manager (10:08)
  92. Practice Manager (9:35)
  93. Practice Manager (9:37)
  94. Practice Manager (9:45)
  95. Primary Care Provider (3:30)
  96. Problem List: Maintain Problem List (C3) (1:47)
  97. Public Health Surveillence (0:54)
  98. Referal: Electronically Refer Patients Directly From Your EMR (3:47)
  99. Referral: Setting Up Your Referral Network (1:01)
  100. Reminders: Sending Patient Reminders (M4) (1:07)
  101. Reports: Running Reports (0:49)
  102. Research Database (1:19)
  103. Scheduler Tutorial (4:24)
  104. Scheduling Appointments (1:24)
  105. Sending and Responding (2:02)
  106. Smoking Status: Record Smoking Status (C9) (0:57)
  107. Smoking Status: Recording Smoking Status (0:35)
  108. Templates: Customizing Templates (1:45)

Group 2:

  1. Doctors Going Digital (2:45)
  2. Live Demonstration (10:51)
  3. Meaningful Use Deep Dive (35:16:00)
  4. Meaningful Use Clinical Quality Measure Review – P (27:08:00)
  5. Meaningful Use Panel (10:59)
  6. Meaningful Use Panel ( (9:15)
  7. Meaningful Use Panel (Part 1) (9:27)
  8. Meaningful Use Panel (Part 4) (9:27)
  9. Meaningful Use Webina (23:55)
  10. Multiple Facility Bariatric Practice (2:24)
  11. New EHR Features 8th October 2009 (2:27)
  12. New Features 9th March 2010 (1:50)
  13. Nurse Level Training (23:50)
  14. Ob-Gyn Specialist (2:46)
  15. Onsite EHR Support (2:51)
  16. Provider Level Training (29:33:00)
  17. Set-Up Process for Practice Fusion’s Free, Web-Based EMR (1:28)
  18. Staff/ Admin Level Training (26:04:00)
  19. Tech Savvy House Call Practitioner (2:31)
  20. Training for Nurses (12:12)
  21. Training for PA/NP/Nurse (33:35:00)
  22. Training for Physicians (32:28:00)
  23. Training for Physicians (23:11)
  24. Training for Practice Staff (16:38)
  25. Training for Staff (34:21:00)
  26. Users Tutorial (4:34)
  27. Vaccine Management & Immunization History Tutorial (2:44)
  28. Vaccine Management and (1:17)
  29. Vital Signs: Record Vital Signs (C8) (1:11)
  30. Vital Signs: Recording Vital Signs (0:40)
  31. Welcome to Practice Fusion (1:49)
  32. Welcome to Practice Fusion’s EMR (1:17)
  33. Who uses Practice Fusion? (2:44)
  34. Why Choose a Web-Based EHR? (1:09)
  35. Why You are Important at Practice Fusion (4:16)

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February 16th, 2012 at 7:37 am

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EP: A Course Relevant Youtube

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This a chance to earn 1 EP (Extra point = Bonus) .

Search through youtube for a video that is relevant to one of course modules. Look through course objectives and outcomes (syllabus) and find a YouTube that helps in achieving one of these objectives/outcomes. Try to find video that is shorter than 5 minutes that is published in 2010 or 2011 or 2012.

Post the link as reply to this post.

I will publish the responses that will earn the 1 EP. You may try more than once, but only 1 point is possible.

Deadline: End of April.

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February 3rd, 2012 at 11:35 am

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Google Speadsheets

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  • A free online spreadsheet program
  • Simple to use
  • Files can be shared and managed in collaboration with others, instantly.
  • Allows complex formulas, conditional formatting, automatic translation.
  • Functions. Perform a huge number of functions in the browser, from the common (sum, average, count) to the specific, such as engineering and math calculations or finance formulas.
  • Conditional formatting.  For example, a cell can be set to turn red if it exceeds a set figure.
  • Insert forms, drawings, scripts, images, gadgets and charts into a spreadsheet.
  • Add comments to a spreadsheet, a highly useful feature for collaboration.

Videos:

  1. Google docs spreadsheet tutorial (9:45)
  2. Create a new Google Spreadsheet (0:24)
  3. Using Google Spreadsheets (3:22)
  4. How to set up a Google spreadsheet (3:02)
  5. Freezing Rows and Columns in a Google Spreadsheet (4:23)a
  6. Insert a chart into a Google Spreadsheet (0:57)
  7. Google Spreadsheets Graphing Pt 1 of 4 (1:27)
  8. Google Spreadsheets Graphing Pt 2 of 4 (1:26)
  9. Google Spreadsheet More with Formulas pt 1 of 3 (2:13)
  10. Google Spreadsheet More with Formulas pt 2 of 3 (2:20)
  11. Performing Queries in a Google Spreadsheet (1:49)

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February 2nd, 2012 at 7:19 am

Information System

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An information system (IS) is defined as the organized combination of people, hardware, software, communication networks, and data resources that collects, stores, processes, transforms, displays, transmits disseminates and disposes information in accordance with defined procedures.

  • Disposition: the act or means of getting rid of something.
  • Dissemination: the distribution of information broadly.
  • Processing: the manipulation of data in accordance with established instructions, manually or by computer. Processing by computer is the manipulation of data in accordance with its instructions, or programming.
  • Transmission: the process of sending information from one point to another.

An IS may be automated (e.g., a computerized information system) or manual (e.g., a library’s card catalog).

Any IS is made of 6 components: hardware, software, data/database, network, policies and procedures and people.

An Information System (IS) consists of six components, namely:

  1. Humans, which consists of IT specialists (such as a Database Administrator or Network Engineer) and end-users (such as doctors, nurses, etc…).
  2. Hardware, which consists of all the physical aspects of an information system, ranging from peripherals to computer parts and servers.
  3. Software, which consists of System Software, Application Software and Utility Software.
  4. Networks, which consists of communication media and network support.
  5. Data, which consists of all the knowledge and databases in the IS.
  6. Policies and procedures that governs the utilization, use and management of the information system.

Videos:

  1. What is Information Systems? (1:38)
  2. Information Systems (0:59)
  3. Healthcare Information Systems (4:43)

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January 31st, 2012 at 10:15 am

Adverse Events (Medical Errors)

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Adverse Events are ‘instances which indicate or may indicate that a patient has received poor quality care’ [2].  An AE is defined as ‘an injury that was caused by medical management (rather than the underlying disease) and that prolonged the hospitalization, produced a disability at the time of discharge, or both’ [3].

The Quality in Australia Health Care Study revealed that 16.6% of admissions were associated with an ‘adverse event’, which resulted in either disability or a longer hospital stay for the patient and was caused by health-care management. In 13.7% of these cases the disability was permanent and in 4.9% the patient died [15].  In UK, a study found that 10.8% of admitted patients experienced an AE [16].

In UK and Australia, about half of AE cases were considered preventable [15, 16]. The Hospitals for Europe’s Working Party on Quality Care in Hospitals estimated in 2000 that 10% of patients in European hospitals suffer from preventable harm and adverse effects related to his or her care [17]. An Australian study found that 17% of postoperative cases in a teaching hospital experienced at least one serious AE and that 7% of postoperative cases ended in the death of patient [18]. In Canada, it is estimated that the overall incidence rate of AEs is 7.5% of hospital admissions and that 37% of these AEs are potentially preventable [19].

In France, the incidence of AEs was estimated at 6.6 per 1000 hospital days in 2004, from which 24.1% were Hospital Acquired Infections.20 In Germany, the Dutch Patient Safety Research Program showed that AEs affect 5.7% of patients in Dutch hospitals [21].

Videos:

  1. Adverse Events: Unreported Hospital Errors (10:11)
  2. Adverse Events in Hospitals, in Arabic (8:57)
  3. Adverse Events in Yemen, media report (5:08)

 

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2 Walshe K, Bennett J, Ingram D. Using adverse events in health care quality improvement: Results from a British acute hospital. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance 1995; 8: 7–14.

3 Brennan T, Leape L, Laird N et al. Incidence of adverse events and negligence in hospitalized patients: Results of the Harvard Medical Practice Study I. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2004; 13: 145–152.

15 Wilson R, Runciman W, Gibberd R, Harrison B, Newby L,Hamilton J. The Quality in Australia Health Care Study. The Medical Journal of Australia 1995; 163: 458–476.

16 Vincent C, Neale G, Woloshcynowych M. Adverse events in British hospitals: preliminary retrospective record review. BMJ 2001; 322: 517–519.

17 WHO. Quality of Care: Patient Safety: Report by the Secretariat. 2002. Available from URL: http://www.who.int/gb/ebwha/pdf_files/WHA55/ea5513.pdf. Accessed 12 June 2008.

18 Bellomo R, Goldsmith D, Russell S, Uchino S. Postoperative serious adverse events in a teaching hospital: A prospective study. The Medical Journal of Australia 2002; 176: 216–218.

19 Baker G, Norton P, Flintoft V et al. The Canadian Adverse Events Study: The incidence of adverse events among hospital patients in Canada. Canadian Medical Association Journal 2004; 170: 1678–1686.

21 Zegers M, de Bruijne M, Wagner C, Groenewegen P, Waaijman R, van der Wal G. Design of a retrospective patient record study on the occurrence of adverse events among patients in Dutch hospitals. BMC Health Services Research 2007; 25: 7–27.

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January 27th, 2012 at 8:18 am

Electronic Health Record

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  • “The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a secure, real-time, point-of-care, patient-centric information resource for clinicians. The EHR aids clinicians’ decision making by providing access to patient health record information where and when they need it and by incorporating evidence-based decision support. The EHR automates and streamlines the clinician’s workflow, closing loops in communication and response that result in delays or gaps in care. The EHR also supports the collection of data for uses other than direct clinical care, such as billing, quality management, outcomes reporting, resource planning, and public health disease surveillance and reporting.” HIMSS Electronic Health Record – Definitional Model Version 1.1 – 2003
  • “A longitudinal collection of personal health information of a single individual, entered or accepted by health care providers, and stored electronically. The record may be made available at any time to providers, who have been authorized by the individual, as a tool in the provision of health care services. The individual has access to the record and can request changes to its content. The transmission and storage of the record is under strict security.” Federal/Provincial/ Territorial Advisory Committee on Health Infostructure (2001)
  • Simply, it is a repository (collection) of information related to patient’s health in electronic (computer) form.

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 Benefits of Electronic Health Record:

Health information technology includes interoperable electronic records, e-prescribing, physician order entry systems, and clinical decision support systems. Health information technology can reduce errors, improve coordination, and diminish administrative inefficiencies. Properly implemented and widely adopted, HIT would save money and significantly improve health care quality. (RAND)

 

System

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A system is an organized group of independent but interrelated elements or components comprising a whole with each element related to other elements.

  • A collection or a group of independent but interrelated components or elements organized to accomplish a specific function or set of functions. The organized components comprise a unified whole.
  • Any component that has no relationship with any other component of the system, cannot be a part of that system.
    The components of a system interface in order to facilitate the ‘flow’ of information, matter or energy.
  • A collection of component ideas, processes or objects which has an input and an output.

Videos:

  1. System thinking: Introduction (2:11)
  2. What is Systems Thinking? (2:20)
  3. Systems thinking is a way of appreciating complex social problems (1:59)
  4. A  day in the life of Sydney Children’s Hospital (8:59)
  5. Complex adaptive systems (1:01)
  6. Complex Adaptive System Theory by a nurse manager (4:47)
  7. A Day in the Life of a  Beth Israel Hospital in Boston (hospital is a system) (10:59)

See Also:

  1. Systems Theory

 

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January 21st, 2012 at 7:01 am

Health Informatics

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Health informatics is the intersection of information science, computer science, and health care. It deals with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval, dissemination and use of information in health and biomedicine.

Health informatics is the study and application of methods to improve the management of data, information and knwoledge relevant to patient care and community health.

Health informatics tools include not only computers but also clinical guidelines, health care terminologies, and information and communication systems.

Sub-domains of or health care informatics include: clinical informatics, nursing informatics, imaging informatics, consumer health informatics, public health informatics, dental informatics, clinical research informatics, bioinformatics, veterinary informatics, and pharmacy informatics.

Videos:

  1. What is Healthcare Informatics? by Stephan Kudayba (6:04)
  2. What is Health Informatics? by Dr. David Zitner (3:44)
  3. How one hospital is using health informatics to provide health care (4:40)
  4. Texas Children’s Hospital-Healthcare Information Systems (4:43)
  5. Health Informatics as defined by Edward Shortliffe (8:56)
  6. Informatics and Health Informatics by Don Detmer (3:17)

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January 21st, 2012 at 6:08 am

Informatics

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Informatics is the study of information, or more specifically, it is the term used to refer to the application of computer technology to the management of information. Informatics is primarily concerned with the structure, creation, management, storage, retrieval, dissemination and transfer of information. Informatics also includes studying the application of information in organizations, on its usage and the interaction between people, organizations and information systems.

Videos:

  1. What is Informatics? (2:05)
  2. University of Iowa View on Informatics (5:04)
  3. What is Informatics? by Edward Shortiffe (2:08)
  4. Informatics and Health Informatics by Don Detmer (3:17)

 

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January 21st, 2012 at 5:50 am

Supply Chain Management Software

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A Supply Chain Management Software (SCMS), is a specialized electronic information System for requisitioning, procurement, receipt, handling, distribution, and charge capture of supply and asset inventory control.

Key Features of Supply Chain Management Software:

  • Order Management
    SCMS can dramatically accelerate the execution of the entire order-to-delivery cycle by helping hospitals to more productively generate and track sales orders.
  • Dynamic Scheduling of Deliveries
    SCMS enables the dynamic scheduling of supplier deliveries to more effectively meet demand.
  • Purchasing and Procurement
    SCMS can fully automate and streamline all activities and tasks associated with  sourcing, purchasing, and payables.
  • Inventory Management
    SCMS can improve the way organizations track and manage their supplies of raw materials and components needed for providing health services.
  • Forecasting and Planning
    With a supply chain software, hospitals can more accurately anticipate demand, and plan their procurement accordingly. As a result, they can avoid unnecessary purchases of supplies, eliminate service over-runs, and prevent the need to store excess supplies in stores.
  • EDI for Supply Chain Management
    SCMS throguh Electronic Data Interchange allows organization link to its trading partners to electronically send transactions such as purchase orders, price/catalogs and invoices electronically.
  • RFID and Barcoding
    SCMS integrates RFID and Barcoding technologies in their operations.
  • User-Defined Cost Centers
    SCMS allows users to define cost centers as per facilities policies.
  • Accountablity and Tracking
    SCMS allows to track movement, and receipt of supplies and equipment and helps answers for the “who, what, when, and where” associated with the receipt, movement and consumption of each supply item.
  • Accurate Capture of Data and Cost Information
    Scanning technology used by SCMS facilitates ease of data capture while ensuring accuracy and point-of-care charge capture.
  • Surgical Instrument Management
    SCM helps hospitals gain greater visibility and control of surgical instruments, enabling hospitals to reduce costs through optimized instrument inventory levels, improved instrument utilization rates and increased productivity of staff assembling surgical trays. This will help hospital bottom line and enhance customer satisfaction by reducing the number of delayed or cancelled surgeries.
  • Efficient ordering
    Allows for more efficient ordering of supplies based on a more accurate overall picture of available inventories
  • Waiting time
    Helps to reduce wait time for supplies
  • Mobility
    SCMS allows for using a variety of delivery mediums (Desktop, PDAs, Web-based, and hard copy).
  • Return Management
    SCMS can simplify and accelerate the inspection and handling of defective, near expiry or expired supplies.
  • Contract Management
    SCMS helps organizations manage the creation of supplies purchasing contracts.
  • Management Reporting & Notification
    SCMS allows for vendor and contract compliance reporting; ad-hoc reporting; automated notifications. Reporting includes receiving reports, consumption reports, cost center reporting, and damage/return item reporting

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What do you think? Should we start doing this?!

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December 2nd, 2011 at 8:24 am

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Time and Attendance Software

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Time and attendance software is a computerized information system used by organizations to effectively and efficiently manage employees work time.  It collects employee time data and enters the information into a database. The collected data is reviewed and approved by a supervisor so it can be used for payroll processing and custom reports.

KEY FUNCTIONS (FEATURES)
The System:

  • Accurately captures and monitors real-time employee data;
  • Enforces work rules and regulations;
  • Eliminates buddy-punching;
  • Provides payroll with accurate information (interfacing vs. integrating); Transfers the hours worked, overtime, department, holidays, sick time, and vacation time;
  • Enables employees to view job-related time and employee information, including: schedules, time cards, accrued or used benefits, and exception history.
  • Collects exceptions defined within the payroll rule assigned to each employee;
  • Enables supervisors to view exceptions by employee in a calendar format;
  • Provide comprehensive employee statistics, from badge listings to overtime calculations;
  • Schedules can handle organization’s full range of conditions;
  • Schedules conform to relevant government requirements

BENEFITS to the ORGANIZATION

  • Accurate Tracking. A time and attendance system automates the process of tracking employees as they check in and out for work leading to accurate time data for each employee and fewer payroll processing errors (effectiveness).
  • Increased Efficiency. Time and attendance systems enable managers to monitor employee hours in real-time, track hours, unauthorized overtime, and create detailed reports about individual employees. Benefits include better schedule and workforce management and less human error in the payroll cycle.
  • Cost Control. Time and attendance systems can reduce payroll costs significantly. Better labor tracking can eliminate thousands in over payments and significantly lessen the work load of the payroll department.
  • Employees Satisfaction. Employees are satisfied that they are being paid accurately.
  • Audit Trail. Time records available when companies are audited, providing a detailed trail of employee exceptions and supervisor approvals.
  • Regulatory compliance. An effective time and attendance management software is a powerful tool in ensuring that the organization is complying with regulations pertaining to human resources management.

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November 24th, 2011 at 6:27 am

Interoperability : Defined

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November 8th, 2011 at 1:29 am

VA Telehealth: Real-Time Access To Care

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What is Nursing Informatics

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June 28th, 2011 at 4:08 pm

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A Smartphone App for Eye Exams in Developing Countries

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June 24th, 2011 at 10:41 am

Health Information Technology Role in Improving Health Care

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Director of Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research, Dr. Mark Musen, discusses technology’s role in improving health care coordination and some of the challenges of implementing an effective system.

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June 24th, 2011 at 10:34 am

What is a personal health record, and what can it do for you?

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April 19th, 2011 at 6:14 am

Personal Health Records Explained

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April 19th, 2011 at 6:07 am

Personal Health Records: An Example icer-2-go

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April 19th, 2011 at 5:59 am

Healthcare Information Systems

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April 8th, 2011 at 3:07 am

World Wide Web in Plain English

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April 6th, 2011 at 10:39 am

Why Use Blade Server Systems? .. Video

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April 6th, 2011 at 10:25 am

Blade Server .. Video

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April 6th, 2011 at 10:23 am

What is a Host Server? A Video

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April 6th, 2011 at 10:17 am

What is a server?

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Blade Server

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A blade server is a compact computer server (a tightly compressed computer processing unit). The blades are designed to work with the rack, as they do not have their own power, cooling or protective covers.

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A day in the life of a Critical Care Nurse

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Poverty .. A Social Determinant of Health

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Living in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods is Bad for Your Health

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Extreme Poverty and Hunger

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Health Inequalities – Social Determinants of Health Film

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