Dictionary of Health Information Technology and Security

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Whither the “Dictionary of Health Information Technology and Security?”

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A simple query that demands a cogent answer!

There is a myth that all stakeholders in the healthcare space understand the meaning of basic information technology jargon. In truth, the vernacular of contemporary medical information systems is unique, and often misused or misunderstood. It is sometimes altogether confounding.

Terms such as, “RSS”, “eHRs”, “DRAM”, “ROM”, “USB”, “PDA”, “NPI”, “CCHIT”, and “DNS” are common acronyms, but is their meaning AND functionality truly understood?

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2 Responses

  1. I own this book, use it almost daily, and consider it a marvelous resource.
    Amanda

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  2. Amanda,
    Many thanks for the compliment; we try!
    Dr. Marcinko

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