Healthcare Information Technologies

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Healthcare Information Technologies by Mind Map: Healthcare Information Technologies

1. Roles

1.1. "New" Roles

1.1.1. Leadership Chief Population Health Officer Chief Experience Officer Chief Clinical Transformation Officer Chief Strategy Officer Chief Information Officer Chief Knowledge Officer

1.1.2. Clinical Care Coordinator Navigator Medical Scribe Telehealth Professional

1.1.3. Technological Clinical Documentation Specialist ICD-10 Coder Healthcare Informatics Professional

1.2. Previous Roles

1.2.1. Record Keepers

1.2.2. Switchboard Operator

1.2.3. Leech Collector (for blood) yikes!

1.2.4. Office Clerk

1.3. School Programs

1.3.1. BS/MS Health Information Management

1.3.2. BS Community Health Education

1.3.3. BS Health Sciences

1.3.4. BS Healthcare Administration (Health Information Management/Patient Safety and Quality)

1.3.5. MS Healthcare Administration

1.3.6. MPH/Public Health BS

2. Landscape

2.1. Past

2.1.1. Storage Paper Charting

2.1.2. Communication Verbal Fax

2.2. Present/Future

2.2.1. Storage Electronic

2.2.2. Communication Verbal Text/Phone Email Through patient charting Fax

3. Purpose

3.1. Electronic Records

3.1.1. Easier Storage

3.1.2. Sharing records is easier

3.2. Medical Devices

3.2.1. Pace Maker

3.2.2. Heart Rate Monitors

3.2.3. Insulin Pumps

3.3. Improve Medicine

3.3.1. Technology allows for more accurate medicines

3.4. Create Vaccines

3.4.1. Technology allows for better creation of vaccines

3.5. Increase Quality of Care

3.5.1. Better Patient Charting

3.5.2. Faster Office Visits

4. Departments

4.1. Ambulatory (Outpatient)

4.1.1. Wellness Dentist/Orthodontist Dermotologist Nutrition Counseling etc.

4.1.2. Treatment Same-Day Surgery Substance Abuse Clinics Chemotherapy Other Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Speech Language Pathology Behavioral/Mental Health

4.1.3. Rehabilitation Post-Operation Substance Abuse

4.1.4. Diagnosis X-Ray MRI Various Lab Testing Blood Testing

4.2. Inpatient

4.2.1. Hospitals Community Teaching Public Private Non-Profit Proprietary General/Specialty Rural Osteopathic Acute Care Trauma Care & Acute Care Surgery Emergency Care Urgent Care Short-Term Stabilization Prehospital Care Critical Care Critical Access

4.2.2. Rehab Facilities Physical Occupational Speech Post Surgery Stroke/Brain Injury

4.2.3. Federally Funded Healthcare Institutions Veterans Health Administration Military Medicine Indian Health Services