Thursday, August 1, 2019

Health Connect

DQ week 2 HCS/482 DQ week 2 Q 1) What types of information systems and what types of documentation system do you have for health information in your workplace? Information system, an integrated set of components for collecting, storing, and processing data and for delivering information, knowledge, and caring patients. Organizations rely on information systems to carry out and manage their operations, interact with their customers (patients) and vendors, and compete in the marketplace. For instance, a health care organization like Kaiser Permanente uses information systems to reach their potential customers with targeted messages over the Web, to process, and to manage their health records. * An example web site kp. org enables patient’s to access their lab results, make appointments, and communicate with the providers. * Kaiser Permanente has internet and intranet systems KITS is an example of information system for immunization records * Health connect is throughout the Kais er for documentation Q 2) Do you have a documentation system that includes nursing terminologies * Yes in health connect we can chart nursing care plans for the patients progress, plan, intervention. * The system is user friendly. * We call it DMS, Nurses can find all the teaching materials. * Physical assessment is documented in health connect. There are flow chart for different system, and it has nursing, and medical terminologies. Q3) What kind of databases does your quality improvement department use? Provide examples * Quality improvement department uses health connect, unusual occurrence report (UOR), radiology information system (RIS), clinical image distribution (CIS), and KITS. * For patient and staff education Kaiser has a variety of selections of database example CNHAL, PROQUEST. * My previous work Little Co. used Meditech.

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