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by Marion J. Ball,Charlotte Weaver,Joan Kiel
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Marion J. Ball,Charlotte Weaver,Joan Kiel
  • ISBN:
    1441923500
  • ISBN13:
    978-1441923509
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    Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 3rd ed. 2004 edition (December 1, 2010)
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    586 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Kabandis
Horrible, horrible print. Small text size, and the book is thick and glue-bound, which makes holding it open a real exercise. My eyes start to hurt and my hands get tired after less than 1 page.
Jairani
This book is not information based mostly case studies
Hunaya
A well written book. I do like the way the author layout subtopics, it makes reading much more easier. Good book for classroom.
net rider
There is nothing except actions about this book; typical case study material with a few errors.
Kakashkaliandiia
The authors are presumptuous in that they assume you understand their lingo. Here's an example from page 41:

"Integrated Delivery System (IDS) emerged to replace hospital systems, and many IDSs strove to promote functional integration in response to these demands. As experience revealed, however, many organizations found their information systems to be "woefully inadequate." This recognition has led progressively to an evolution from systems focusing primarily on financial and operational functionality to Organized Delivery Systems (ODSs) that incorporate clinical requirements as well as a greater organizational vision and strategy."

The book is full of examples like the above where the authors introduce new terms in a very poorly manner and without providing adequate explanations or supporting examples. It is basically left up to the reader to figure it all out.

Thanks,
-m.
Arith
This text met all the required needs necessary, especially for class. It has great information that gives you some step-by-step process of things operated in the informatics of healthcare. I choose this rating based on its content.
Ohatollia
Though this text is from 2004 and quite expensive, it is well written with many current standards in place. It is a very good resource for anyone going to informatics or is trying to understand how a hospital is to apply certain features and applications to their hospital.
Learned much from this book. Have been able to understand better the EMR implementation in my own hospital. Many chapters are short and it is easy to read.