Ppt on data collection methods in healthcare

The Effects of Discrimination & Distrust on Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence by HIV+ Patients Angela Thrasher, PhD, MPH University.

a protective factor? AcademyHealth 200720 Limitations Data collected 10 years ago Data collected 10 years ago Exposure vs. current experiences with discrimination Exposure vs. current experiences with discrimination Temporality of measures Temporality of measures AcademyHealth 200721 Strengths and Significance Assessed direct and indirect effects Assessed direct and indirect effects Tested a potential mechanism of racial/ethnic disparities in healthcare Tested a potential mechanism of racial/ethnic/

Learning Objectives a webinar series on U.S. healthcare interoperability During this 90-minute webinar, participants will gain a basic knowledge of: the.

an opportunity to selectively control access to their healthcare information The Manage Consent Directives Transaction Package provides the mechanism to capture and transmit in a codified way a consumer’s decisions regarding the collection, access, use and disclosure of his/her /Concept To ensure that an entity is the person or application that claims the identity provided for access to EHR data in an HIE Example: the validation and assertion of a consumer logging on to a Personal Health Record system TP /

Overview of the DEcIDE Research Network

comparing the clinical effectiveness of common treatment options Conduct simulations and modeling Carry out evaluations of innovative healthcare services Design & implement prospective studies Examine clinical benefits of genetics testing. 6 2005-06 Priority/ 1. Conduct rapid-cycle research in therapeutic effectiveness, patient safety, and quality of care issues with a focus on Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Program populations. 2. Develop methods to advance data collection, database design, analysis, and /

Overview of Wireless Sensor Networks

in a hierarchical type architecture. Its tasks include: Initialization, configuration, and synchronization of WBAN nodes Control and monitor operation of WBAN nodes Collection of sensor readings from physiological sensors Processing and integration of data from the sensors Secure communication with remote healthcare/ optimization problem. There are many ways to solve (e.g. gradient descent methods) Collaborative Multilateration All available measurements are used as constraints Solve for the positions of/

Haydee Acebo, Cokiliar Brown-Smith, AJ Clark, Elijah German. Business Research Methods QNT/561 Dr. Warren Huckabay July 18, 2011 Team A.

Hypothesis Team A p. 3 Null Hypothesis : There is no difference in the mean approval rating during the period 16 months prior election for those presidents/an average disapproval rating of 46% Data Collection Results Team A p. 8 Study VariablesMean Unemployed9.5528 18.872 Approve Healthcare Plan19.688 Disapprove Healthcare Plan10.235 Approved War Plan16.425 /Team A p. 10 Cooper, D. R., & Schindler, P. S. (2006). Business research methods (9th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. Gallup, Inc. (2011). www.Gallup.com. /

Documentation in Acute Care

, date, and location, the identify of the individual or individuals involved, and the current condition of the individual(s) involved in the incident. Health Data Standards Health care data sets (UHDDS, EMEDS, HEDIS, UACDS) Health Informatics Standards – uniform methods for collecting, maintaining, and/or transferring healthcare data among computer information systems Standards Development Organizations Design scientifically based models against which structures, processes, and outcomes can be measured/

October 2004 Screening and Surveillance of routine data Adrian Cook.

What we do Exists to promote improvements in the quality of NHS and independent healthcare across England and Wales Patient and Staff Surveys Clinical Audit Complaints State of Healthcare Report Acute Hospital Portfolio InspectionsInvestigations Star ratings 5 Screening and Surveillance Screening analysis of data to target inspections Surveillance ongoing, background monitoring of routinely- collected data, used to initiate work 6 Data and Types of Analysis Mortality, including/

Mobility of patients within Healthcare Institutions Inês Videira, Inês Jorge, Iolanda Ferreira, Ivete Afonso, Jennifer Pires, Joana Ribeiro, Joana Vaz,

Institutions Methods Data collection Random Digit Dialling – revision of the method by Mitofsky and Waksberg Questionnaire design The questionnaire included sociodemographic characteristics (age, sex, city) Questions related to the subject in study. Scale pilot - interview with six subjects, in which the five questions were developed  Mobility of patients within Healthcare Institutions Methods Statistic Issues  Simple frequency distribution - to show the characteristics of the subjects and their/

Extracting Knowledge with Data Analytics SKG 2014 Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China August 28 2014 Geoffrey.

Methods N-Body Methods /Data 5. Perform interactive analytics on data in analytics- optimized data system Hadoop, Spark, Giraph, Pig … Data Storage: HDFS, Hbase Data, Streaming, Batch ….. Mahout, R 5A. Perform interactive analytics on observational scientific data Grid or Many Task Software, Hadoop, Spark, Giraph, Pig … Data Storage: HDFS, Hbase, File Collection (Lustre) Streaming Twitter data/data warehousing system over MapReduce to support spatial analytics for analytical pathology imaging. 33 Healthcare/

Challenges in and Principles for Conducting Systematic Reviews of Genetic Tests Used as Predictive Indicators Prepared for: The Agency for Healthcare Research.

relevant alleles? For DNA-based tests, what genotyping methods were used? When were samples analyzed (compared to when they were collected)? Was the timing of analysis equal for both study/data. Genet Epidemiol 2008 Feb;32(2): 179- 85. PMID: 18200594.  Jonas DE, Wilt TJ, Taylor BC, et al. Challenges in and principles for conducting systematic reviews of genetic tests used as predictive indicators. In: Chang SM and Matchar DB, eds. Methods guide for medical test reviews. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare/

NATIONAL HEALTHCARE QUALITY AND DISPARITIES REPORT Chartbook on Patient Safety April 2015 This presentation contains notes. Select View, then Notes page.

Patient Safety from the QDR ► Figures illustrating select measures of Patient Safety Introduction and Methods contains information about methods used in the chartbook. Introduction and Methods Appendixes include information about measures and data. A Data Query tool (http://nhqrnet.ahrq.gov/http://nhqrnet.ahrq.gov/ inhqrdr/data/queryinhqrdr/data/query) provides access to all data tables. Number and percentage of all quality measures that are improving, not changing, or/

Institute of Informatics, Tallinn University

case we will conduct the research work in the following stages: Data Collection: In this research, relevant research data will be collected. New data sources allow us to learn from and improve with each patient’s interaction with the health care system. Research Methods(Cont.) Data Analysis: Collected data has been further analyzed to resolve the existing problems in the healthcare system. Data that is collected and available does not on its own support better/

Chapter 6. Reengineering

costly -- best for repetitive tasks Disrupts worker routine May cause worker resentment Chapter 6: Quantitatve Methods in Health Care Management Yasar A. Ozcan Other Methods Historical/Standard Elemental Times Firms collect data on standard job elements Put these data together to determine job times Less costly and disruptive Limited applications in healthcare Predetermined Standards Obtained from trade publications Need no performance of allowance factor Operations are not interrupted/

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE: RESIDENCY AND BEYOND Lisa Knight, MD Quality Improvement Lecture 3 February 27, 2014.

problem? INTRODUCTION: EXAMPLE Central line associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) are a costly and deadly problem in the healthcare field. In the pediatric population there is an average of 0.7 to 7.4 CLABSIs per 1000 catheter / the intervention: Describe the intervention in sufficient detail that others could reproduce it Planning the intervention: Indicate main factors the contributed to choice of the specific intervention CENTRAL LINE ENTRY DATA COLLECTION FORM METHODS: EXAMPLE (CONT) A meeting /

Healthcare-associated Infections and Antibiotic Resistance

guidance on content and data collection Healthcare facilities: For example, CDC delivers evidence-based guidelines so clinicians can improve the quality of care for all patients; and NHSN customized data so that healthcare facilities can monitor and/ evaluate methods to reliably detect emerging antimicrobial resistance Conduct applied research on improved detection methods for HAIs Provide environmental microbiology methods for measuring contamination of healthcare environment Assist in Healthcare-associated/

Risk management in medical device industry according to ISO 14971

Transfer & Feasibility Production Risk Assessment Requirements Plan Specifications Test Methods & Results Productions Methods Change Records Management Preliminary Hazard Analysis Detailed Analysis (FMEA,/and F in ISO 14971 provide some details on how Other techniques for estimation include: Published standards, scientific data, reportable incidents/collect and review information about the medical device or similar devices in the production and the post-production phases. When establishing a system to collect/

Important context Status of this document

and PbR Market Forces Factor Activity planning Historic activity trends in healthcare community Board view of Activity for the next five years /collectively and individually? Board-approved mission / vision statement and set of values for the organisation? Board involvement in strategy development from the earliest stagest? Board confidence in tools / methods/ Other working tools Getting started – tips for the initial data gathering exercise Gather together information that will help you understand the/

MIE 2005 eHealth Impact A context-adaptive method of evaluating the economic impact of eHealth methodological approach and work in progress.

Care pilot contracts in several German countries: Diabetes Care pilot contracts in several German countries:/Methods and tools Data Point of care and e-health use Healthcare providers’ resources Patients and carers Data needed for healthcaree-health application Costs Healthcare service range Access goals Disease, diagnosis or treatment group Workload Benefits Clinical and working practices Quality standards Methods and tools Sensitivity analysis Tests and underpins all analysis Data / Information collected/

The True Mother of Invention February 21 st 2013 Value-adding Integration - Concept and methods for successful low cost, fast improvement and innovation;

data and data collection More effective dissemination of information (symptoms, treatments, latest research) – Facilitate collaboration, discussion and ideas – Reduce non-VA time periods in overall progress Facilitating competitive advantage, better public services, rare disease healthcare/ application(s) – Use VAI to improve use/suitability of VAI methods Facilitating competitive advantage, better public services, rare disease healthcare and research55 GLL Presentation – For your future use (see slide /

CHAPTER 7. USING DATA AND STATISTICAL TOOLS FOR OPERATIONS IMPROVEMENT An Integrated Approach to Improving Quality and Efficiency Daniel B. McLaughlin.

. All rights reserved. 7-5 Data Collection Logic Why are the data needed? What will the data be used for? What questions are going to be asked of the data? Are the patterns of the past going to be repeated in the future? Copyright 2008 Health Administration Press. All rights reserved. 7-6 Data Collection Selection or Sampling Census versus sample Nonrandom methods Simple random sampling Stratified sampling Systematic/

Patients The Key to Real World Data? Alan G. Wade.

the public matter to NICE. We want to involve them, as well as doctors, nurses, other healthcare professionals and managers in our work. http://www.nice.org.ukhttp://www.nice.org.uk – accessed 22 06 09 EMA The/the basis of “real world” data Current collection methods are inadequate Novel systems for collection are required Patients are increasingly being involved in medical decision making Collecting “real world” data directly from patients may be one possible method Summary www.patients direct.org Patients /

Louder than a Bomb An Exemplar of Love and Forgiveness Poster prepared by Jon Koehler, December 3, 2012 INF380C: Information in a Social and Cultural Context.

: What Can Happen When Patients Have Access to One Another’s Data." Journal of Medical Internet Research 10, no. 3 (May 2008). Sheldrake, Philip. "Spirituality and Healthcare." Practical Theory 3, no. 3 (2010): 367-79. Bell/ Better Off Forgetting? : Essays on Archives, Public Policy, and Collective Memory. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010. Katherine Becvar and Ramesh Srinivasan. “Indigenous Knowledge and Culturally Responsive Methods in Information Research.” The Library Quarterly, Vol. 79, No. 4 /


data Background – Projected US Healthcare Expenditures 5 * Source: Citi analysis based upon 2011 data from the US Dept. of Health & Human Services & Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services Patient Financial Responsibility 6 Billed Collections $172B41.50% Patient Write-Off $102B24.53% POS Collections $141B33.96% Billed Collections $232B37.14% Patient Write-Off $203B32.49% POS Collections $189B30.37% Bad News In/ choose their preferred method to satisfy their account and set up payment in advance to automate /

G-EXJ-1030713 May 2012 DIAGNOSTICS SLIDE DECK. 2 G-EXJ-1030713 May 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS ● Use of MRI in evaluating liver iron loading (and monitoring.

MRI scanners ● Manufacturers –Siemens Healthcare (Erlangen, Germany; www.siemensmedical.com) –GE Healthcare (Milwaukee, WI, USA; www.gemedicalsystems.com) –Philips Healthcare (Best, the Netherlands; www.medical/ including patients with severe haemosiderosis 7 ● The gold standard method in clinical trials ● Requires no training for data analysis (done centralized by Resonance Health) ● Multiple breath-/ How to perform cytogenetic testing in patients with MDS: Karyotyping Sample ● Collect at least 10–20 mL of/

Introduction to the U.S. Health Care System Dr. Joe Saviak Shi and Singh, Delivering Health Care in America: A Systems Approach (2008, 2012) Jonas, Goldsteen,

health determinants is that the healthcare delivery system must go beyond the medical model in order to achieve optimum health Critical Concepts – Chapter 2 Measures of Health Status  Health status - at the individual and population levels can be measured in several ways – first, we have to develop valid and reliable measures and then we have to regularly collect the data over time  We often rely/

Dr. Gari D. Clifford, Intelligent Patient Monitoring Group University Lecturer & Associate Director, Centre for Doctoral Training in Healthcare Innovation,

, providing decision support, quality feedback on data collection, and automated diagnosis/referral for several patient categories. 2. To develop such algorithms, we often need labelled data. Humans (and algorithms) must label the data together, but they are fallible, so we need to use multiple annotator schemes to adjudicate the discrepancies. References : LM Koran - The reliability of clinical methods, data and judgments, New England Journal of Medicine/

CDI prevention: A call to action for nursing homes Nimalie Stone, MD, MS Medical Epidemiologist for LTC Dialysis and LTC Team Division of Healthcare Quality.

long-term care settings  Current guidelines often focus on hospital practices  Need for standards in use of infection surveillance definitions and data collection methods by NH programs  Lack of national HAI prevention benchmarks for NHs http:// www.hhs/ Sept 2010-ongoing, focus on MDRO/CDI  Acute care and LTCFs partnered into local “healthcare clusters”  Developed infrastructure to extract electronic data from acute and LTCF sharing laboratory services  Enrolled 75% of VT skilled facilities into NHSN /

MedEncentive: Does it work? Independent studies of the healthcare cost containment capabilities of the MedEncentive Information Therapy Program Jeffrey.

conduct. Future implementations need to collect objective clinical outcomes, too! * Both per year and per quarter Limitations Data sources Duration of the intervention period Integrated nature of Ix with incentives Data gathered from self-reported surveys has/why the other incentive methods have failed or will fail to bend the cost curve in a sustained manner Behavioral Economics and Health Psychology Briefly, behavioral economics examines people’s health and healthcare decision-making in the presence of /

HEALTHCARE DATA STANDARDS. This chapter examines healthcare data standards in terms of the following: Need for healthcare data standards Healthcare data.

HEALTHCARE DATA STANDARDS This chapter examines healthcare data standards in terms of the following: Need for healthcare data standards Healthcare data interchange standards Healthcare terminologies Knowledge representation Healthcare data standards development Healthcare data SDOs Need for Healthcare Data Standards Data standards as applied to healthcare include : methods, protocols, terminologies, and specifications for the collection,exchange, storage, and retrieval of information associated with /

Communicating and Spreading Success Sponsored by: Health Quality Council of Alberta and Western Node of Safer Healthcare Now! February 1, 2007 Best Western.

Manager, Central Measurement Team – Safer Healthcare Now! University of Toronto 2:45 /Less frequent  We have a method/process for knowledge transfer (including /in our 10 hospital system Time Frame: By September 2007 Time Frame: By September 2007 Sample Spread Aim: Prevent Adverse Drug Events by Implementing BPMH and Documentation form Levels of Spread Activities – Level 1 Set-up/Infrastructure Set-up/Infrastructure –Establishing steering committees –Orienting leadership groups –Organizing data collection/

A Mobile Healthcare Questionnaire Service Framework using Composite Web Services Nam Joon Park, Minkyu Lee, Dongsoo Han Chulho Cho, Jaegeol Cho.

healthcare services  Supports development and execution of mobile u-healthcare services  Our research is a part of MUSS project 10/6/2015 Information and Communications University25 Incorporation with MUSS 10/6/2015 Information and Communications University26 Service scenario in MUS Incorporation with MUSS  Incorporation  In the data acquisition phase, MHQS framework can collects/  Questionnaires and analysis methods can be reused repeatedly since they are developed in Web services  Interoperability /

The Quality of Reporting on Race & Ethnicity in US Hospital Discharge Abstract Data Roxanne Andrews, PhD June 10, 2008.

Report Study Purposes Examine the completeness & accuracy of race-ethnicity data collected in statewide discharge databases Examine the completeness & accuracy of race-ethnicity data collected in statewide discharge databases Evaluate a method for making national estimates by race-ethnicity from statewide databases Evaluate a method for making national estimates by race-ethnicity from statewide databases Data Sources: Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, 2005 State Inpatient Databases (SID) are/

Clinical Integration: CMI BUNDLED PAYMENT VALUE-BASED PURCHASING and ACOs Presented by: Michele Madison Partner, Healthcare & Healthcare IT Practices.

Data Collection Data collection and submission methods: Most performance measures can be derived from CMS data. Many of the measures are based on data similar to that collected for other purposes, such as the Physician Quality Reporting System, EHR Incentive Program, etc. For quality data not captured in claims processing systems, CMS will make available a CMS-specified data collection/you have additional questions: Michele Madison Partner, Healthcare & Healthcare IT Practices 404.504.7621 / mmadison@mmmlaw./

Matching Data Intensive Applications and Hardware/Software Architectures LBNL Berkeley CA June 19 2014 Geoffrey Fox

a spatial data warehousing system over MapReduce to support spatial analytics for analytical pathology imaging. 29 Healthcare Life /method visualized in PlotViz Comparing Data Intensive and Simulation Problems Comparison of Data Analytics with Simulation I Pleasingly parallel often important in both Both are often SPMD and BSP Non-iterative MapReduce is major big data paradigm – not a common simulation paradigm except where “Reduce” summarizes pleasingly parallel execution Big Data often has large collective/

VA HSR&D Center for the Study of Healthcare Provider Behavior Maren T. Scheuner, MD, MPH, FACMG Chief, Medical Genetics VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare.

HSR&D Center for the Study of Healthcare Provider Behavior Implementation Research ‘the scientific study of methods to promote the uptake of research findings /Healthcare Provider Behavior Summative Evaluation in Implementation Research Outcomes Assessment – –A priori measures defined at outset of project to assess intervention impact or effectiveness – –Defined at patient-, provider-, clinic-, facility-, and/or system-level – –Involves use of administrative data, chart review, and/or primary data collection/

Healthcare Data: Privacy and Security Issues in Medical Informatics Sheila D. Joyce, Esq. MMI 407 Session 2.

methods and results of the analysis that justify such a determination… i.e. the “Certification.” Fewer patient identifiers may need to be removed, for data to/? Complex privacy framework - You may work in or your data might be provided in a state that has tougher healthcare data privacy or security rules; be aware and / other than street address or P.O. Box.” But, Limited Data Set will still not allow UHC to collect account numbers, SS numbers, medical record numbers, health plan beneficiary numbers/

NHIN, RHIOs, and North Carolina: Herding Cats May be the Only Way to Bring NCs Healthcare Communities Online Session 3.04 March 7, 2005 Presented by:

records and better information for consumers 4.Improve public health through advanced biosurveillance methods and streamlined collection of data for quality measurement and research Disclaimer The NHIN and RHIOs are a new/interoperable system with the capacity to exchange conveniently and securely healthcare information culminating in the improvement of consumer health and the reduction in healthcare costs. RHIO Regional Healthcare Information Organizations (RHIO) –A collaborative, consumer-centric /

Chapter 13 HEALTHCARE DATA STANDARDS. OBJECTIVES  Discuss the need for data standards in healthcare.  Describe the standards development process. 

essential.  This chapter examines healthcare data standards in terms of the ff: 1. Need for healthcare data standards 2. Healthcare data interchange standards 3. Healthcare terminologies 4. Knowledge representation 5. Healthcare data standards development 6. Healthcare data SDOs 7. Healthcare data standards initiatives I. Need for Healthcare Data Standards  Data standards as applied to healthcare include the “methods, protocols, terminologies, and specifications for the collection, exchange, storage, and/

Business Development in Clinical Research Sem-II Author Prof. K. RAVINDRAN.

management from Phase 1 to Phase 4 Data management and biostatisticsData management and biostatistics Medical /control. Vigorous products promotion in the changing healthcare arena.Vigorous products promotion in the changing healthcare arena. Maximize the sales/company Evaluation and Control Employ monitoring and control methods, check the progress and make modification if /g. Banks providing ATMs RTO mobile tax collection centers etc.RTO mobile tax collection centers etc. Hairdressing saloons, beauty parlors/

A Brave New World – But Not for the Unwary Advanced Valuation Issues in Oncology Transactions Adria WarrenJason Ruchaber Foley & Lardner, LLPBerkeley.

of Physicians Curtis Bernstein Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting 25 Observation and investigation/- supply and demand Health Plan Reimbursement Levels / Methods Unique Environmental Factors, such as Demonstrated community needs/data? (understanding the nature and limits of that data) What are the effects on: – Effective compensation per hour or wRVU? – Expectations or reasonableness of compensation to collections ratio (losses)? – Fair market value aggregate compensation in a transaction or overall? The World in/

Introduction References Methods Conclusions Results Emergency Medicine Resident and Medical Student Technology Use During the Care of Critical Patients:

of these resources, there is concern that healthcare providers do not receive adequate training in their use. 2-3  Access to these resources may lead to a false sense of security; information quality is variable. 2-4 Methods  Emergency medicine resident teams (n=14) and clerkship student teams (n=33) managed two high fidelity simulation cases.  Data collection occurred over one year.  This was a/

©2010 Jones and Bartlett Publishers Healthcare Statistics, Research and Epidemiology.

Healthcare Agencies ©2010 Jones and Bartlett Publishers HIM role in Healthcare Statistics Decide if health information collected meets statistical needs of health care facility Be aware or sources of data within the facility Be prepared to merge other data with data from the health record Collect quality health data Organize data into databases Statistically analyze collected data/ name on list ©2010 Jones and Bartlett Publishers Scientific Method Define the problem (Statement of the Problem) –Determine /

© 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IBSG - 1 Connected Health A Roadmap for Healthcare in the Future September 21, 2006 Michael Gibbs, RN,

. Collaborating with government regulatory agencies to provide methods for safely and effectively managing diverse vendor solutions. Working with leaders in the healthcare industries to develop new ways of addressing the costs of providing personal telehealth systems. © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. IBSG - 18 General Health & Wellness Generally healthy family Mobile Health Assistant (Cellular HH - data collection) Professional Caregivers Glucose Sensor Pedometer Blood- pressure/

©2010 Jones and Bartlett Publishers Health Data Management and Health Services Organization and Delivery.

data in ambulatory care settings ©2010 Jones and Bartlett Publishers Healthcare Data Sets Minimum Data Set for Long-Term Care (MDS) and Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) –Comprehensive functional assessment of long-term care patients Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) –A comprehensive assessment for adult home care patient and form the basis for measuring patient outcomes Uniform Clinical Data Set (UCDS) –Data collection/ health care provided by methods other than the traditional inpatient/

Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare Module 15 Marion Becker, PhD School of Social Work University of South Florida.

system for surveillance of health and mental health data for monitoring and improving the health and mental health/collected during care are an essential first step. However, it is also essential to adjust outcomes based on the case mix or health complexity of clients served. Health Complexity and IC Health complexity is an important concept in healthcare outcome measurement in/- CAG). 3 INTERMED is the formal name for a method of health complexity measurement and outcome assessment that has been/


audit is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) on behalf of NHS England as part of the National Clinical Audit and Patient Outcomes Programme (NCAPOP) and run by the Clinical Effectiveness and Evaluation unit (CEEu) of the Royal College of Physicians, London Data were collected at team level within trusts (or Health Boards in Wales) using a standardised method. Clinical involvement and supervision/

Computational Methods and Imaging in Medicine HEALTH INFORMATICS MODULE INTRODUCTION Dr Jeremy Rogers MD MRCGP Senior Clinical Fellow in Health Informatics.

stored on tape (1 per patient). ‘Great day’ when got first hard disk, storing 30kMumps 1961 Methods Inf Medicine Vol 1 1964NLM adopts Medlars / Index Medicus 1969Weed “Problem-oriented medical record” 1969World’s first/in healthcare First hints at potential for better information to upset apple cart: Protti told by CEO not to collect prescribing data at physician level Systems still mainly finance or pathology Data Processing becomes ‘computer systems’ Early steps to manage and control IT in healthcare/

Chapter 11. Supply Chain & Inventory Management

such as injection syringes and needles, blood and specimen collection kits, hospital laboratory products, wound management products, and intravenous solutions. 3M, Abbot, Baxter, Johnson & Johnson are a few of the well known medical-surgical companies that sell majority of their products through distributors. Chapter 11: Quantitatve Methods in Health Care Management Yasar A. Ozcan Healthcare Supply Chain Medical devices can be described as very/

Business Process Redesign in Health Care IT

Visit Data Collection Improvements More Complete Data 40% Time Savings More Effective Patient/Physician Visit Improved Therapeutic Decision Making Research Study Revenue 4/6/2017 Group 4: Farabaugh, John, Katzovitz, Lott, Patki, Pearce, Snow Clinical Microsystem Method Smallest / from http://www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c060821a.asp McQueen, H. E. (1993). The healthcare CIO’s role in business process redesign. Computers in Healthcare. February, 1993, 24-28. Mohr, J, Batalden, P., Barach, P. (2004/

Masterclass in Writing RfPB Grant Applications

mixed method research that will: study the way NHS services are provided and used evaluate whether interventions are effective and provide value for money examine whether alternative means for providing healthcare would / If applicable: Randomisation Arranging an intervention Assigning responsibility and ensuring time for these Logistical considerations in data collection & data management Data collection on Mars Photograph: NASA Types of tools Logistics Measuring outcomes – tools need finding (N.B/

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