Health Informatics Vs. Health Information Management

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Health Informatics Vs. Health Information Management by Mind Map: Health Informatics Vs. Health Information Management

1. Health Informatics

1.1. Definition:

1.1.1. " the interdisciplinary study of design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovation in health service delivery, management, and planning

1.1.2. Applied IT in health care for knowledge, creation, and management

1.1.3. Health data collection, storage, extraction, manipulation, reporting, and communication

1.1.4. Design, configure, and manage health information and clinical support systems

1.2. Core

1.2.1. Information Technology:

1.2.1.1. Database design and programming

1.2.1.2. System theory

1.2.1.3. Hardware-software integration

1.2.1.4. Network Architecture

1.2.2. Health care system:

1.2.2.1. Quality regulation

1.2.2.2. Healthcare finance

1.2.2.3. Medical terminology

1.2.2.4. Healthcare organization

1.2.2.5. Clinical systems

1.2.2.6. Anatomy and physiology

1.2.3. People and processes:

1.2.3.1. Project management

1.2.3.2. Ethics

1.2.3.3. Team development

1.2.3.4. Organizational behavior

1.2.3.5. Team development

1.2.3.6. ِAccounting

1.3. Main duties and responsibilities

1.3.1. Design and develop information systems and processes that improve quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of care.

1.3.2. Design, develop and assess emerging technologies

1.3.3. Development of terminologies, standards and classification systems

1.3.4. Evaluation of the impact of information technology on the clinical outcome, organization, and resources

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3. Health Information Management

3.1. Definition

3.1.1. The study of the principles and practices of acquiring, analyzing, and protecting digital and traditional medical information vital to providing quality patient care

3.1.2. Accumulation, storage and accuracy of patient data

3.1.3. Manage healthcare data and information resources

3.1.4. Deals largely with patient or individual related data

3.2. Core

3.2.1. Information Technology

3.2.1.1. Medical records, contents,storage, and use of patient data

3.2.1.2. Coding

3.2.1.3. Classification of diseases

3.2.1.4. Billing codes

3.2.2. Healthcare systems

3.2.2.1. Medical terminology

3.2.2.2. Anatomy and physiology

3.2.2.3. Medication

3.2.2.4. Quality

3.2.2.5. Healthcare organization

3.2.3. People and processes

3.2.3.1. Speech

3.2.3.2. Communication

3.2.3.3. Project management

3.2.3.4. Ethics

3.3. Main duties and responsibilities

3.3.1. Organize and manage patient data contained in medical records

3.3.2. Enhance data sharing quality

3.3.3. Comply with standards and regulations regarding health information

3.3.4. Protect the privacy and security of patient data

3.3.5. Ensure completeness and availability of health information

3.3.6. Monitoring electronic and paper-based documentation process and using health data for reporting and billing purposes