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Essay 1 Electronic health records
Electronic Health Records help in the exchange of information electronically, to provide safer and high-quality care to the patients, along with creating tangible advancement for healthcare organizations. Electronic Health Records is a kind of computerized form of a patients medical chart and aims at provision of information to the authorized providers during the time of encounter of patient and physician with the health system.
Researchers and experts believe that EHRs help in reducing medical errors and give more accurate, as well as, reliable records, but if a provider is not well trained about managing both EHRs and patients it would strain relationship between the doctor and the patient. Scientist and engineers are focusing on computer design for modifying it as per the needs of the healthcare field so that the doctor-patient connection would not be affected. Centrally, it is training that makes an invention successful as unless a tool or machine is used appropriately, expected results cannot be obtained. (Heart et al, 2017) Providers must be trained regarding communication and how to keep healthy communication with the patient in the presence of screen in room. Some patients claim that in the presence of a machine, not only does the attention of the healthcare provider shift, but a change in the physicians body language is witnessed easily. Computer charting must not be blamed for distracting the doctor. According to Kewchang Lee, a medical educator, training of clinicians is a better balancing act for achieving the desired results. According to Christopher W. Migdal, implementation of EHR affects a patients experience. Patient engagement and active participation could be expected only by delivering patient-centered care. Implementation of EHRs, effects physician-patient interaction, casting negative efforts on the patients satisfaction and experience
Taking a look at the above discussion, it could be said that though EHRs are easy to read, there are some negative factors as well. One of the most evident complaints about EHRs is, physicians while reading from their computer screens do not pay good attention to the patients. So, as a whole, it could be concluded that physicians must be trained on how to be focused, even in the presence of machinery and gadgets in the room, while diagnosing or treating a patient.
Essay 2 Hebda, Hunter, and Czar identify three types of data
In the field of healthcare and nursing, several ways of data collection are present and different organizations or departments are working for tracking a specific type of data. According to Hebda and co-workers, three main types of data management are common in healthcare. Different employees and organizations collect a specific type of database. Data of patients is mainly recorded as EMR (electronic medical record), EHR (electronic health record), and PHR (personal health record). Other types of data management also serve in healthcare that is currently being tracked by organizations. Administrative data is also a type of data management being tracked by our organization.
Administrative data is the data that is collected by an organization about its operations and includes data collection for routine operations. Administrative data is collected for knowing how well the organization is doing in providing the best healthcare services to the patients. Organizations track this data for improving the healthcare services provided to their patients. This type of data management is specifically related to my research as being a part of the healthcare industry, it is important to keep a check on how operations are working.
Administrative data is important to track because it spots the areas and services that need to be improved. Studies claim that leverage healthcare administrative data are efficient and routinely data collection motivates the management and employees to keep searching and introducing ways through which patients would be facilitated more. It is important for identifying program participation (Varshney et al, 2009). It helps in highlighting which benefits are provided to whom, when, and in what amount. All the organizations working in the healthcare track this data in order to find what strengths and weaknesses it has, in which certain areas. Generally, no outside organization is allowed to track this data as it would be unethical to interfere in organizational matters of clinic and hospital. Authorized outside organizations could track this data only when an organization is charged with the allegation that impact patients. For example, police and investigation organizations could track such data if any legal violation is committed.
So, taking a look at the above discussion, it could be asserted that different organizations use different ways of data collection and the selection of the database depends on the type of data collected. Apart from EMR (electronic medical record), EHR (electronic health record), and PHR (personal health record), administrative data is also a popular type of data currently being tracked by most organizations.
Essay 3 Technology must have a limit in Healthcare
Technology is taking over all the fields of life. In healthcare, technology is also bringing revolutionary changes for providing the physicians, paramedical staff and diagnostic department advanced ways of diagnosing and treating the health issues people are suffering with. Thinking in a broader perspective about the involvement of technology in healthcare, it could be rightly said that excessive use of technology in healthcare is casting a negative impact so there must be a limit confined for technology in healthcare in order to avoid the negative effects.
It is common to hear that excess of everything is bad and the same goes for technology when it is used excessively. Technology must have a limit in healthcare as sometimes, despite delivering positive effects, it works against the physicians will. Telemedicine has several negative impacts if used more than a certain limit. Likewise, over the use of technology in healthcare in places where even it is not required, would have unhealthy effects. For example, in the case of Electronic Health Records, it has been observed that physicians could have avoided EHRs use, but still use it for their own convenience while implementation of EHRs do not satisfy the patients. Technology must have a certain limit in healthcare as its over-use may distract the physician. Technology, if not managed and bound in limitation, would affect patient engagement.
Another main threat of excessive use of technology is the risk of hacking of medical records and their tampering. Big data and The Cloud are terms in healthcare being used for storing the data of patients that could be sent to other departments, hospitals and countries, but the risk of stealing data makes things worse (Tenand et al, 2018). Use of technology in healthcare must have a limit as it may be difficult for the physician to adopt processes that are way more advanced than the skills necessary for handling them. Being a student of healthcare, it is important for me to look at things in a broader way for knowing negative and positive aspects that may affect physician satisfaction and experience. Focusing on technology limitation in healthcare is very much relevant to my area of study.
After analyzing the pros and cons of technology in healthcare, it could be promulgated that technology used within a certain limit would have positive and healthy effects in the healthcare industry. It could be concluded that before implementing technology in healthcare, it is important to check whether a certain technology would have a positive or negative impact. Use of technology must be confined in healthcare if an organization wants to have the best results.
Heart, T., Ben-Assuli, O., Shabtai, I. (2017). A review of PHR, EMR and EHR integration A more personalized healthcare and public health policy.Health Policy and Technology,6(1), 20-25.
Tenant, M., Bakx, P., van Doorslaer, E. (2018). Long-term care use in the Netherlands Equal care for equal needs An assessment using adminstrative data(Vol. 195, p. 233). mimeo.
Varshney, U. (2009).Pervasive healthcare computing EMR/EHR, wireless and health monitoring. Springer Science Business Media.
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