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- Author(s)Suzanne Moss Richins
- PublisherApple Academic Press Inc.
- Date of Publication14/05/2015
- GenreComputer Communications & Networking
- Place of PublicationOakville
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintApple Academic Press Inc.
- Content Note23 black & white illustrations
- Weight430 g
- Width156 mm
- Height235 mm
- Table Of ContentsTelehealth, Telemedicine, and eHealth Telehealth Telemedicine eHealth Conclusion The Role of mHealth for Self-Care and Remote Care Elder Care Self-Monitoring Wearable Devices Patient Engagement Gamification New Accountability Training Robotics Changing the Payor Practices Conclusion Legislation and Trends in Emerging Technologies Clinical Trials Mobile Medical Applications Unique Device Identification System FDA Rules for Drug and Device Advertising Regulating Fitness Apps Too Much Reliance on Technology Ensuring the Safety of Data Privacy and Surveillance Licensure Conclusion Intervention and Diagnostic Technology Wearables 3D and 4D Printing Prosthetics Big Company Interest Decision Support Conclusion Social Media Use in Health Invasion of Privacy Healthcare Reform and Risk Management in Technology Chief Information Security Officer Medical Identity Fraud Reimbursement Fraud Due No Harm Telemedicine Regulation and Usage Healthcare Analytics Use in Population Health Revenue Cycle Management Data for Improvement Population Health Dictation Translated to Text and Coding Research The Future Using the Body to Cure Itself and Realigning the Body for Health Natural Healing Google Glass Video Glasses Concierge Care Genomics Immunotherapies Stem Cells Minimally Invasive Procedures Employee Safety Technology Adoption Microclinics Radio Frequency Identification Conclusion References Index
- Author BiographySuzanne Richins, DHA, is known as an early adopter of technology and innovation. As a senior leader in healthcare, she was one of the first to look at using analytics to structure staffing schedules-based on patient arrival acuity to the emergency department for her master's thesis. The methodology was adopted throughout Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City, Utah) and various other well-known healthcare systems. While serving on the American Hospital Association board and the Joint Commission Advisory Committee, Dr. Richins conducted her dissertation on patient satisfaction prior to the adoption of these standards by both of these respected organizations. Her latest work is in using analytics to predict patient outcomes and improve quality. She also teaches DBA, DHA, and DNP students for various universities. Dr. Richins earned her nursing degree from Weber State University, her professional arts degree from St. Joseph's College (North Wyndam, Maine), her MBA from Utah State University (Logan), and her doctorate in healthcare administration at the Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston). She earned her degrees while advancing from staff nurse to manager of the operating rooms, director of emergency and urgent care clinics, director of medical/surgical services, administrator of freestanding surgical centers, and chief operating officer. Due to her varied education and experience, Dr. Richins currently provides consultation and advice to clients about software for electronic medical records, revenue cycle management, and predictive and retrospective analytics. She is the senior vice president for healthcare at Global Targeting, Inc.
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