Ethical issues and security monitoring trends in global healthcare : technological advancements / Steven A. Brown and Mary Brown, editors.

Contributor(s): Brown, Steven A, 1962- | Brown, Mary, 1955- | IGI GlobalMaterial type: TextTextSeries: IGI Global Research CollectionPublisher: Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2011Description: electronic texts (217 p.) : digital filesISBN: 9781609601768 (ebook)Subject(s): Medical care -- Technological innovations | Medical technology -- Moral and ethical aspects | Medical care -- Safety measuresAdditional physical formats: No title; Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 362.1 LOC classification: R855.3 | .E84 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook. Also available in print.
Contents:
1. Will comparative effectiveness research lead to healthcare rationing? / Mary Brown -- 2. Health care information systems and the risk of privacy issues for the disabled / John Beswetherick -- 3. Hippocratic database and active enforcement / Terry Dillard -- 4. Implementation issues on a national electronic health record network / John McGaha -- 5. Health kiosk technologies / Robert McIndoe -- 6. eHealth governance, a key factor for better health care / Elena Beratarbide, Tom Kelsey -- 7. Business continuity and disaster recovery considerations for healthcare technology / Edward Goldberg -- 8. E-discovery and health care IT / Vasupradha Vasudevan, H.R. Roa -- 9. The nationwide health information network / Omotunde Adeyemo -- 10. A medical data trustworthiness assessment model / Bandar Alhaqbani, Colin Fidge -- 11. Using biometrics to secure patient health information / Dennis Backherms -- 12. Ubiquitous use of RFID in the health industry / Mary Brown -- 13. Caught in the Web / Keith Bauer -- 14. Nursing, ethics, and healthcare policy / Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Sarah Matulis, Patricia Sayre -- 15. Why doesn't information systems vision exist in the healthcare sector? / Matthew Guah.
Abstract: "This book identifies practices and strategies being developed using the new technologies that are available and the impact that these tools might have on public health and safety practices"-- Provided by publisher.
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1. Will comparative effectiveness research lead to healthcare rationing? / Mary Brown -- 2. Health care information systems and the risk of privacy issues for the disabled / John Beswetherick -- 3. Hippocratic database and active enforcement / Terry Dillard -- 4. Implementation issues on a national electronic health record network / John McGaha -- 5. Health kiosk technologies / Robert McIndoe -- 6. eHealth governance, a key factor for better health care / Elena Beratarbide, Tom Kelsey -- 7. Business continuity and disaster recovery considerations for healthcare technology / Edward Goldberg -- 8. E-discovery and health care IT / Vasupradha Vasudevan, H.R. Roa -- 9. The nationwide health information network / Omotunde Adeyemo -- 10. A medical data trustworthiness assessment model / Bandar Alhaqbani, Colin Fidge -- 11. Using biometrics to secure patient health information / Dennis Backherms -- 12. Ubiquitous use of RFID in the health industry / Mary Brown -- 13. Caught in the Web / Keith Bauer -- 14. Nursing, ethics, and healthcare policy / Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Sarah Matulis, Patricia Sayre -- 15. Why doesn't information systems vision exist in the healthcare sector? / Matthew Guah.

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