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Library materials on health informatics are found in the Library under the classification R858-R858.7 (called Medical Informatics in the Library Catalog). Books on electronic health records are found under the classification R864 (for Medical Records -- Data Processing) and RA976-RA976.5 (for Medical Records -- Management). R728.8 contains works relating to Medical Assistants and Medical Transcription.
Also, books on HIPAA (United States. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) are found in KF3827.R4, books on medical terminology in R123 (Medicine -- Terminology), and books on Database Management in QA76.9.D3. Library materials on Human Anatomy can be found in QM1 through QM695, and Human Physiology, QP1 through QP899.
For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.
♦ Concise dictionary of medical-legal terms : a general guide to interpretation and usage / Joseph A. Bailey II.
Ref. RA1017 .B35 1998
♦ Current procedural terminology : CPT / American Medical Association.
Ref. RB115 .C17 2015
The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code set is maintained by the American Medical Association through the CPT Editorial Panel. The CPT code set accurately describes medical, surgical, and diagnostic services and is designed to communicate uniform information about medical services and procedures among physicians, coders, patients, accreditation organizations, and payers for administrative, financial, and analytical purposes. [7/16]
♦ The definitive guide to complying with the HIPAA/HITECH privacy and security rules [electronic resource] / John J. Trinckes, Jr. ; contributors, Michael Stankiewicz, Chris Hadnagy, Ben Rothke.
The book is designed to assist you in reviewing the accessibility of electronic protected health information (EPHI) to make certain that it is not altered or destroyed in an unauthorized manner, and that it is available as needed only by authorized individuals for authorized use. Also covers administrative, physical, and technical safeguards; organizational requirements; and policies, procedures, and documentation requirements. [6/15]
♦ Healthcare information privacy and security regulatory compliance and data security in the age of electronic health records /Bernard Peter Robichau
This book outlines the new regulatory regime, and provides IT professionals with the processes and protocols, standards, and governance tools they need to maintain a secure and legal environment for data and records. [3/15]
♦ The medical dictionary for bad spellers / Joseph Krevisky and Jordan L. Linfield.
Ref. R123 .K29 1995
♦ Medical insurance : an integrated claims process approach /
Joanne D. Valerius et al.
HG9383 .B39 2014 6th ed.
This book is designed around the medical billing cycle... The billing cycle in the book follows the overall medical billing and documentation cycle used in practice management/electronic health records environments and applications. [3/15]
♦ Medical Law and Ethics / Fremgen, Bonnie F.
KF3821 .F74 2016 5th ed. (on Reserve)
Introduction to medical law, ethics, and bioethics -- The legal system -- Essentials of the legal system for healthcare professionals. (4th ed. in Circulating Collection.) [7/16]
♦ Medical transcription : techniques and procedures by Diehl, Marcy Otis.
R728.8 .D47 2012
The medical transcriptionist's career, including ethical and legal responsibilities -- Tools of transcription. Equipment and technology -- Transcription guidelines. Punctuation ; Capitalization ; Transcribing numbers, figures, and abbreviations ; Letter transcription ; Proofreading, making corrections, and quality assurance ; Using reference books. [6/15]
♦ Mosby's diagnostic and laboratory test reference / Kathleen Deska Pagana, Timothy J. Pagana. 10th ed.
Ref. RB38.2 .P337 2011
♦ Pocket glossary for health information management and technology /
[Claire Blondeau, senior editor].
Ref. RA976 .P63 2012 3rd ed.
Updated to include ARRA, HITECH, meaningful use, and legal health records. Unique and critical vocabulary terms for health information, health informatics, and health IT are defined and described.
♦ Slee's health care terms / Debora A. Slee, Vergil N. Slee, H. Joachim Schmidt.
Ref. RA423 .S55 2008 5th ed.
♦ Stedman's abbrev : abbreviations, acronyms & symbols
Ref. R123 .S69 2003 3rd ed.
♦ Stedman's medical dictionary
Ref. R121 .S8 2006 28th ed.
♦ Taber's cyclopedic medical dictionary Ed. 21, illustrated in full color / editor, Donald Venes ... [et. al.].
Ref. R121 .T18 2009
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