Delivering the desired benefits from using information technology in healthcare requires a high degree of data standardization, effective governance and semantic interoperability between systems in the health industry. Corporate chief executive officers (CEOs) and company boards need to be more aware of their governance responsibility. This publication explains these concepts to assist the reader to collaboratively work with others to meet these challenges. With contributions from internationally distinguished authors, this book is a valuable cutting edge resource for anyone working in or for the health industry today and especially for: ac Policy and decision makers, ac Healthcare professionals, ac Health information managers, ac Health informaticians and ac ICT professionals about: ac Data governance. ac Semantic interoperability ac IT in health care ac Information security governance The book is suitable for use as a basic text or reference supporting professional, undergraduate and postgraduate curricula preparing students for practice as health or IT professionals working in today's healthcare system.... WHO 2003 ) [cited 28 Oct 2012] Available from: http://www.who.int/ medical_devices/publications/en/MD_Regulations.pdf Global Harmonisation Taskforce, Principles of Medical Device Classification GHTF/SG1/N15:2006 ) [ cited 30 Oct 2012]anbsp;...
|Title||:||Health Information Governance in a Digital Environment|
|Author||:||E.J.S. Hovenga, H. Grain|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2013-09-12|