COGNITIVE INFORMATICS. REENGINEERING CLINICAL WORKFLOW FOR SAFER AND MORE EFFICIENT CARE. (SOFTCOVER)

COGNITIVE INFORMATICS. REENGINEERING CLINICAL WORKFLOW FOR SAFER AND MORE EFFICIENT CARE. (SOFTCOVER)

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
ISBN:
978-3-030-16918-3
Páginas:
322
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
44
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

104,00 €

Despues:

98,80 €

Foreword
• Section I Clinical Workflow and Health Information Technologies
Chapter 1 Clinical Workflow in the Health IT Era
Chapter 2 Cognitive Behavior and Clinical Workflows
Chapter 3 Unintended Adverse Consequences of Health IT Implementation: Workflow Issues and Their Cascading Effects
• Section II The State of the Art of Workflow Research
Chapter 4 A Review of Clinical Workflow Studies and Methods
Chapter 5 A Workflow Perspective in Aviation
Chapter 6 Characterizing Collaborative Workflow and Health Information Technology
Chapter 7 Interruptions and Multitasking in Clinical Work: A Summary of the Evidence
Chapter 8 Reengineering Approaches for Learning Health Systems: Applications in Nursing Research to Learn from Safety Information Gaps and Workarounds to Overcome Electronic Health Record Silos
Chapter 9 Patient-Oriented Workflow Approach
Chapter 10 Workflow at the Edges of Care
• Section III Research Methods for Studying Clinical Workflow
Chapter 11 Computer-based Tools for Recording Time and Motion Data for Assessing Clinical Workflow
Chapter 12 Understanding Clinical Workflow through Direct Continuous Observation: Addressing the Unique Statistical Challenges
Chapter 13 Clinical Workflow and Human Factors
Chapter 14 Automated Location Tracking in Clinical Environments: A Review of Systems and Impact on Workflow Analysis
• Section IV Applications and Case Studies
Chapter 15 Examining the Relationship Between Health IT and Ambulatory Care Workflow Redesign
Chapter 16 Health IT-Enabled Care Coordination and Redesign in Ambulatory Care
Chapter 17 Turning “Night into Day”: Challenges, Strategies, and Effectiveness of Re-engineering the Workflow to Enable Continuous Electronic ICU Collaboration between Australia and U.S.
Chapter 18 Encoding Clinical Pathways: A New Gap between Theory and Practice
Chapter 19 Cognitive Disconnect and Information Overload: Electronic Health Record Use for Rounding and Handover Communications in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 20 Clinical Workflow: The Past, Present, and Future.

This timely book addresses gaps in the understanding of how health information technology (IT) impacts on clinical workflows and how the effective implementation of these workflows are central to the safe and effective delivery of care to patients. It features clearly structured chapters covering a range of topics, including aspects of clinical workflows relevant to both practitioners and patients, tools for recording clinical workflow data techniques for potentially redesigning health IT enabled care coordination.Cognitive Informatics: Reengineering Clinical Workflow for More Efficient and Safer Care enables readers to develop a deeper understanding of clinical workflows and how these can potentially be modified to facilitate greater efficiency and safety in care provision, providing a valuable resource for both biomedical and health informatics professionals and trainees.

Features
• Addresses the gaps in the understanding of how health IT impacts on clinical workflows
• Provides insights for practitioners in designing, implementing, and evaluating workflow changes in the context of health IT adoption and use
• Features a breadth of information suitable for academic researchers, professional informaticians, healthcare providers, administrators, and policy makers

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