Healthcare Information Technology

HIM-500 2-2 Activity Healthcare Information Technology MindMap

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Healthcare Information Technology by Mind Map: Healthcare Information Technology

1. Electronic Health Records

1.1. Securely sharing electronic information with patients and other clinicians.

1.2. Helping providers more effectively diagnose patients, reduce medical errors, and provide safer care.

1.3. Improving patient and provider communication.

1.4. Enabling safer, more reliable prescribing.

2. Portal Technology

2.1. Secure online website that gives patients convenient, 24-hour access to personal health information from anywhere with an internet connection.

3. Personal Health Records

3.1. Patients can use to keep track of vital signs, medication, lab results, etc.

4. Self-Service Kisosks

4.1. Help expedite processes like hospital registration

4.2. Make payments easier

5. Telehealth

5.1. Support and promote long-distance clinical healthcare, patient and professional health-related education, etc.

5.2. Convenient way of seeing a physician or medical staff when home-bound.

5.3. , patients in rural or remote areas benefit from quicker and more convenient specialist access

6. Wearable Health Technology

6.1. By using wearable devices to monitor patient data over a long period of time, medical professionals can get a better view of the issues that are affecting the patient. They can then use the data to make a more accurate diagnosis than they would have been able to without using the device.

6.2. Encourages proactive healthcare

6.3. Keeps patients engaged

6.4. Wearables can also be used on patients when they return home after surgery or an operation to monitor their recovery and ensure no complications occur.

7. E-prescribing

7.1. Replaces the paperwork by allowing the doctors to communicate directly to the pharmacy through a database.

7.2. No lost or misread hand written paper prescription.

7.3. Medication can be ready for pick-up by the time you drive to the pharmacy from your doctor's appointment.

8. ICD-10

8.1. A system used by physicians and other healthcare providers to classify and code all diagnoses, symptoms, and procedures.