3 edition of Conceptual problems posed by electronic records found in the catalog.
Conceptual problems posed by electronic records
|Statement||prepared by Katharine Gavrel.|
|Contributions||RAMP (Program), Unesco. General Information Programme., UNISIST (Program)|
|LC Classifications||CD973.D3 G38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46, 3 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||90220432|
These guidelines are designed to educate psychologists and provide a framework for making decisions regarding professional record keeping. State and federal laws, as well as the American Psychological Association's (APA, b) "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct" (hereafter referred to as the Ethics Code), generally require maintenance of appropriate records of. Electronic records, also often referred to as digital records, are those records that are generated with and used by information technology devices. Classification of records is achieved through the design, maintenance, and application of taxonomies, which allow records managers to perform functions such as the categorization, tagging, segmenting, or grouping of records according to various traits.
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Get this from a library. Conceptual problems posed by electronic records: a RAMP study. [Katharine Gavrel; RAMP (Program); Unesco. General Information Programme.; UNISIST (Program)]. Conceptual problems posed by electronic records: a RAMP study - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), ; Emulation vs.
Migration: Do Users Care. - Margaret Hedstrom and Clifford Lampe, RLG DigiNews, December ; LC A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress - online book from National Academy. The development of problem-oriented conceptual models for electronic patient record (EPR) systems can improve data communication between health professionals.
But little has been done so far to investigate to what extent it is possible to implement such models in operational EPR by: Electronic records can devolve back into paper records the minute a signature is required.
Strategies for electronic signatures have to go hand in hand with electronic record planning. Without including electronic signatures cost and time savings cannot be fully realized - paper still needs to be printed and distributed to capture the signature.
This thesis addresses the legal and ethical issues posed by introduction of electronic patient health records. Against the background of an analysis of broader conceptual and theoretical understandings Conceptual problems posed by electronic records book development of electronic patient health records (EPR) and e-health regimes in Australia and comparable countries over the last few decades, the thesis critically examines the extent to which Author: Julie Anne Zetler.
Purpose: This article describes the electronic health record (EHR)-related experiences of practices striving to integrate behavioral health and primary care using tailored, evidenced-based strategies from to ; and the challenges, workarounds and initial health information technology (HIT) solutions that emerged during implementation.
Methods: This was an observational, cross-case Cited by: from the National Alliance of Health Information Technology (NAHIT), “an electronic record of health-related information on an individual that can be created, gathered, managed, and consulted by authorized clinicians and staff within one health care organization” (, p.
An EMR characteristically contains lists of patient problems. electronic records, such as e-mail and word processing documents, must be maintained in an approved Electronic Records Management System meeting the requirements of DOE-STD, or be printed and retained as paper files.
Temporary electronic systems, such as Instant Messaging, cannot be used for conducting official departmental Size: KB. of electronic records management § an assurance of consistency with the guidance on electronic records produced to date by the Public Record Office.
It is hoped that use of these requirements will foster commonality and compatibility of electronic records management systems between government departments and agencies. Results. As a basis for a common patient record we propose a simple problem-oriented conceptual model with two levels of meta-information.
The model is mapped with current nursing theories and it includes the following concepts: “health care element”, “health approach”, “health agent”, “contact”, “subcontact” and “service”.Cited by: The challenge of managing electronic records in developing countries: Implications for records managers in sub Saharan Africa Article (PDF Available) in Records Management Journal 22(3.
the electronic health record and the interopera bility of electronic health record systems which exchange and share this information.” Furthermore, it is noted that “at the leve l of. medical records. The electronic medical record has nu- merous documented benefits, yet its use is still sparse.
This article describes the state of electronic medical re- cords, their advantage over existing paper records, the problems impeding their implementation, and concernsFile Size: 1MB. this study is the Electronic Medical Record (or EMR). While clinical IS hold much promise in reducing medical errors and cutting healthcare costs , physicians are reluctant and unwilling to accept these new healthcare applications in their practices [6,12,26,35,47].
Today, in many hospitals, physicians. The experience of NIH-supported consortia such as eMERGE (electronic MEdical Records and Genomics)7 and the nascent experience of PCORnet is both relevant and encouraging, since they have demonstrated the ability to normalize and analyze data on “virtual cohorts” of File Size: KB.
In fact, nursing managers turned to use the electronic records to meet their clinical, administrative and legal informational requirements. Electronic health records are an important issue in the context of the health sector, which includes longitudinal health care information, stored in electronic form, to support the ongoing care, education and research (3, 5).Cited by: 8.
From a conceptual problem-oriented electronic patient record model to running systems: A nationwide assessment International Journal of Medical Informatics, Etienne Clercq. BACKGROUND: The development of problem-oriented conceptual models for electronic patient record (EPR) systems can improve data communication between health professionals.
But little has been done so far to investigate to what extent it is possible to implement such models in Cited by: Background The electronic medical record (EMR)/electronic health record (EHR) is becoming an integral component of many primary-care outpatient practices.
Before implementing an EMR/EHR system, primary-care practices should have an Cited by: Electronic health records are intended to overcome the problems of insufficient clinical detail by providing the basic clinical, financial, legal, and insurance needs of documentation32 (Fig 2).
However, the reviewed literature revealed that there is a high rate of failure of the utilization of all of the features of by: 1. When dealing with the conceptual problems that emerge from complex relationships between different units of count, Maxfield and Babbie suggest: defining individual people as units of analysis Agency records and statistics published by agencies or governmental entities are .tory each type of record and record keeping system within your organization.
A records inventory is a complete and accurate listing of the locations and contents of your orga-nization’s records — whether paper or electronic. The scope of the records inventory should extend across business units, formats and systems.
Conducting a records. student record management system (1) 1. student record management system case study livingstone international university in mbale (uganda) by nandutu juliet s/bscit/u a dissertation summitted to the faculty of information technology as part of the award of the requirement of the degree of banchelor of science ininformation technology of livingstone international university may .