Scahill, L. (2018). Telehealth caregiver satisfaction survey. Journal of Autism Bearss, K., Burrell, T., Challa, S., Postorino, V., Gillespie, S., Crooks, C., & and Devlopmental Disorders, 48, 1020-1030. Telehealth is a relatively recent innovation in the history of medicine. This article reviews the caregiver satisfaction of this unique manner of delivering care.
Glandon, G. L., Smaltz, D. H., & Slovensky, D. J. (2013). Information systems for healthcare management (8th ed.). Health Administration Press. Read Chapter 10: Applications: Management/Administrative and Financial Systems.
The chapter provides an overview of managerial and financial enterprise resource systems in the healthcare organization.
Shepherd, I., & Shepherd, E. (2019). An almost perfectly competitive health care model for patients that minimizes cost, maximizes satisfaction, manages medical payments, and generates health care competition. Journal of Management Policy & Practice, 20(3), 115-128. The article describes a theoretical model of healthcare that combines the variables of multiple buyers, multiple sellers, and perfect information in a market providing complete control to the patient.
Smiley, K. (2012). Medical billing & coding for dummies. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Read Chapter 11: Processing a Run-of-the-Mill Claim: An Overview.
Medical claims are the bread-and-butter of a practice. This chapter presents an overview of the claims submission process.
Waller, M., & Stotler, C. (2018). Telemedicine: a primer. Current Allergy and Asthma Reports, 18(10). This article presents concepts related to telemedicine, which will be useful in this week’s assignment.
Yamin, M., & Alharthi, S. Measuring impact of healthcare information systems in administration and operational management. International Journal of Information Technology. This article reviews the impact of HIS for healthcare administration. Though based in Middle East health systems, the concepts apply universally.
Zhao, J., Forsythe, R., Langerman, A. Melton, G., Schneider, D., & Jackson, G. (2020). The value of the surgeon informatician. Journal of Surgical Research, 252, 264-271. This article takes a look at the incorporation of informatics into a traditional medical role, the surgeon.