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Transcript: By: Jessica Hernandez The upside of electronic records are that records are faster to find unlike the paper files where you have to take time to find, and now you could even send out electronic prescriptions to the pharmacy and it is faster to get your medication instead of waiting for it for an hour or more. Also a paper file can get lost or stolen, and a electronic records can't because you would need a password or code to get in them. Changing records from place to places is something you should be careful with, make sure you put it back where it belongs. Filling out medical records!! Electronic health records are medical records saved in computers, to me this makes it easier to look up a patients chart, you won't have to worry about people misplacing the patients chart. When someone is organizing a medical record, they have to make sure that they are doing it the correct way, making a mistake while organizing a medical record is bad. When one is organizing a medical record, they should always make sure they do it in alphabetic order so it can be faster for someone else to find it, always make sure you put it back where it belongs so you won't misplace it. When an employee is filling out a medical it is really important that they fill it out with correct writing and it has no mistakes, or misspelling, that might confuse some one else later on. How To Organize Records! Organizing Records! When someone has to change something in the medical record, they have to know that they do it correctly and that they have the correct information, like if the patient has a number or address change make sure it is correct. And you fix it so the next time it will be changed. Changing records! Electronic Records! Paper files are a way to file a patients file you file them by putting them in alphabetic order by last name, but sometimes it takes a longer time to look for a patients record, and it is a faster way to misplace the record or even loose them. Medical Records! Paper Records! Changing records! Filling out medical records! You should always make sure when you fill out medical record that some one like the doctor makes sure everything is correct before you organize it where it goes.

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Transcript: Insurance The salary of doctors who take medical record information is $156,000 to around $315,000. Salary could range up to as high as 400,000, but it all depends on which job. Thank You! BY: Taran Whitfield & Zaire Hicks In many surveys employees explained that the EMR(Electronic Medical Records) has been a major help since creation of medical records. This small Device, which is created in excel, has created satisfaction towards the medical department. Many facilities still audit nursing and physician documentation by using paper forms. Hospitals also use Excel Dashboards that is created by non-technical administrators to help monitor health care activities. The EMR stands for Electronic Medical Records. This is a online Data base that keeps up with the records of patients that come in and out of medical facilities. Instead of paper medical records employees can now use computers. EMR For the Better Hospital Facilities Excel Spreadsheets Medical Records The EMR Salary Many patients read insurance coverage reports. These reports help them to keep track of their medical insurance records; Insurance coverage reports are beneficial because this helps many people to keep track of where they are financially. Spreadsheets are computer programs that stimulates a business and scientific worksheets and performs the necessary calculations when data is entered and/or changed. Doctors use this to keep track of the records of the patients who they are taking care of. 62 ECG bpm

Medical Records

Transcript: Healthcare Smart Cards hh References More about smart cards Ahmed, A., Batchelor, D., & Bianchin, L. (2012, September). Smart Card Technology in U.S. Healthcare: Frequently Asked Questions. Retrieved February 16, 2016, from Emedikon (Director). (2010, July 7). Benefits of EMR [Video file]. Retrieved February 19, 2016, from Eysenbach, G. (2002, June 24). Recent advances Consumer health informatics. Retrieved February 17, 2016, from Electronic Medical Records References Continued One way is through smart cards What is on an EMR? Brian Bauer Denver School of Nursing How are EMR's used today? Benefits of EMR's What are Smart Cards? A smart card is a small card or similar device with an embedded micro processor chip integrated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) is a digital version of a patient's medical records The chip can store and access and exchange data securely with readers systems More Smart Card information EMR's empower consumers by making their personal healthcare information more accessible and allow for better decisions making abilities Medical history Diagnoses Medications Allergies Radiology images Lab and test results Medical Problems Surgeries Insurances Payment Information Smart Card Parts Smart Card information More questions about Smart Cards? Check out this question and answer video series by Open Edge at How do they work? Learn EHR Basics. (2014, May 21). Retrieved February 19, 2016, from Smart Card Anatomy [Digital image]. (n.d.). Retrieved February 21, 2016, from Versatile Security (Director). (2012, June 22). What is a smart card? [Video file]. Retrieved February 21, 2016, from Patient Demographics Allergies Medications Identity Verification


Transcript: The system identifies real time issues of patients in handling their medical records and provides a suitable solution. The system simplifies the functioning by digitally storing information pertaining to patients and their ailments. The system identifies two users Doctor and Patient. The role of the doctor is to register the patient, treat him for his ailment. The doctor is provided with a facility to resume treating a patient on his existing ailment or create a new one. The doctor can also view the test reports for an ailment as uploaded by the patient post receiving the reports from the diagnostics lab. Processor : Intel Pentium (PIV 2.2Ghz or higher) Hard Disk : 40 GB hard disk space Ram : 1 Gb Ram Operating System : Windows 32 Bit or higher Programming Environment : Java Database : Oracle Web server : Apache Tomcat Web browsers : Internet Explorer Scripting language : Java Script Database Drivers : Jdbc/Odbc Drivers(Type 1) The module allows the doctors to view the registered patients. A tabulated listing of the patient with the registration details are shown. This module allows the patient to login and view his prescription. The module collects all his existing ailments and prompts him to choose the ailment for which he wants to see his prescription. View Patients Thank You! This module allows the doctor to view reports uploaded by the patient for a particular ailment. The images of the reports are shown to the doctor. Upload Reports The administrator is the core user of the application who maintains other users. View Reports Proposed System: In the proposed system automation of the treatment and having it across a centralized database makes the system easier to handle the documents and maintain them. The patient registers in a hospital and is provided with a unique ID. The hospital uploads the patients prescription and details the test. The diagnostic lab can view the tests to be conducted and perform the test. The pharmacist can view the prescription and issue the medicines. Every document of the patient is associated with his unique id. Irrespective of the hospital the patient goes his records are visible to the doctor of the new hospital. ADMIN PATIENT This module helps the doctor to choose the consulting patient and treat him. The module prompts the doctor needing him to identify the patient as an existing or new patient. For existing patients the ailments are shown and the previous history can be seen. The doctor can proceed to update the prescription. In the case of a new ailment the details are saved into the database The users use the application to register the patient and treat him. EXISTING SYSTEM INTEGRATEDMEDICAL RECORDS MODULES PROPOSED SYSTEM DOCTOR Register Patient The users use the application to view his ailment and test reports. This module allows the user to upload external lab reports. The patient chooses his ailment and uploads the image file. The module allows the patient to upload any number of reports for an ailment. The module allows the doctor to register the patients. Every patient is associated with a unique id. His details such as Name , address and contact number are collected and saved to the database. The present scenario every hospital has their own way of maintaining records. Some record information in files and either give it to the patient or retains them in the hospital. Disadvantages: - All the documents are physically stored. Patient has to carry his record all the time. Possible loss of the file or damage to the documents. Identifying and searching records become complex. When large number of documents or more than one illness is associated with a patient then managing the documents become complex. HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS View Prescription Prescribe Medicine 62 ECG bpm

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Transcript: Duties and Responsibilities -Review and record data of patients -Track patient outcomes -Protect patients’ health information for confidentiality -Organize data for clinical databases and registries Aptitudes + Abilities Analytical skills, Detail oriented, Interpersonal skills, and Technical skills. Working Condition: Work in hospitals or physician offices. Most work full time. Salary: $32,350 Annually Outlook: Nationally: 21% Hawaii: 19% Educational + Training Requirements: High School Courses: Health, Computer Science, Math, Biology Post-High School: medical terminology, anatomy and physiology. Training + Special Requirements: Post-secondary certificate and associates degree. Bibliography: "Summary." U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, n.d. Web. 3 Dec. 2012. Engineering Long working hours (-) Pays a lot (+) You won't need to be stuck inside all day (+) May travel to places around the world. (+) Requires a lot of education and studying (+) Photography You get to travel (+) Doesn't pay much (-) You'll get to witness many beautiful sceneries. (+) Medical Records Pays kind of well. (+) You'll be stuck in the office all day. (-) Long term goal: To get a good paying job that I will enjoy and become successful in. Freshman: -English -World History -Geometry -Biology -Japanese 1 -Drawing/ Painting -Into to Business Sophmore: -US history -Algebra 2 -Honor's Chemistry -Health -PE -Japanese 2 -Ceramics Junior: -Modern Hawaiian History -Triganometry -AP Chemistry -Ceramics 2 -Japanese 3 Senior: -SRSS -Pre- Calculus -Senior Project -Japanese 4 Co-Curricular Activities: LEO club After High School: College Conclusion: Out of all the careers I researched, I believe engineering is the job that appeals to me the most. One advantage of pursuing this job is that it pays well. But on disadvantage of this job is that you work long hours. From this project, I learned that there are many job opportunities out there; more than I thought. Which career should i choose? Health Services Pathway Medical Records Duties and Responsibilities 4 Year Plan: By: Isis Harper Period 5 Short-Term Goals

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Transcript: What about the patient ? alive ? Contents The medical stuff who dealing with the patient (doctor/nurse...) and the patient himself ( ID info ) Local address Telephone number WHO CAN SEE MEDICAL RECORDS? health record/ medical chart All health records held by hospitals 1- To provide continuity of care. 2- Meeting current legal requirements, including enabling patients to access their records. 3- Assisting in clinical audit. 4- Supporting improvements in clinical effectiveness through research. 5- Providing the necessary factual base for responding to complaints and clinical negligence claims. 6- Decide upon the appropriate course of care and provide rationale. 7- Create context for a patient’s story, and make one patient memorable from the next. 8- Communicate with referring and consulting colleagues Patient's health history * Patient instructions. * Administration of drugs and therapies. * Orders for the administration of drugs and therapies. * Test results. * X-rays. * Reports. Purposes died ? It is a legal document that is written by physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and other members of the health care team. It includes a variety types of "notes" entered over time, recording observations about the patient Medical Records MEDICAL RECORDS COLOR CODING Access is only allowed to: the patient’s “personal representative” and / or other people who may have a claim arising from the patient’s death. They have a right to see the relevant part of the deceased’s health record. WHAT's UP? Medical examination findings The maintenance of complete and accurate medical records is a requirement of health care providers and is generally enforced as a licensing or certification prerequisite * Lab test results. * Medications prescribed. * Referrals ordered to health care providers outside of the hospital. * Educational materials provided. PRIVACY

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