Essentials of Statistics in Health Information Technology

Naslovnica
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2. svi 2008. - Broj stranica: 292
0 Recenzije
Recenzije se ne potvrđuju, ali Google provjerava ima li lažnog sadržaja i uklanja ga kad ga otkrije
From the author of Statistical Applications for Health Information Management, this text provides a solid foundation of the fundamentals of statistics in health information technology in an accessible and reader-friendly format. A single case study is woven throughout the book to serve as an example for each statistical process covered. Attention is given to morbidity and mortality measures, graphical display of data, measurement, central tendency and variability, normal distribution and statistical inference, and inferential statistics. Written specifically for health information technology students who need a basic understanding of the topic, this text is ideal for those with a modest background in mathematics and no prior training in statistics. Features: • Introduces students to how statistical techniques can be used to describe and make inferences from healthcare data. • Includes traditional hospital statistics such as average length of stay and total inpatient service days. • Uses examples in both SPSS and Microsoft Excel.

Što ljudi govore - Napišite recenziju

Na uobičajenim mjestima nismo pronašli nikakve recenzije.

O autoru (2008)

Carol E. Osborn, PhD, RHIA, earned an undergraduate degree in health information management from Mercy College of Detroit, a master's degree in health sciences education and evaluation from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a PhD in research and evaluation from The Ohio State University. Dr. Osborn is currently the Assistant Director, Medical Information Management, The Ohio State University Medical Center, and is responsible for compliance, documentation improvement, and forms management. She also serves on The Ohio State University Institutional Review Board. Dr. Osborn has spent most of her career in the academic setting, teaching at both the University of Illinois at Chicago and The Ohio State University. She has also consulted in a variety of health care settings including acute care, specialty care, and health-care related organizations. She was part of the allied health education consulting team to the Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. She has also served as consultant to HIM baccalaureate degree programs. Dr. Osborn has been active in professional associations at the state and national levels. She has held numerous local and state offices in the states of Michigan, Illinois and Ohio, and has been a presenter at state and national meetings. Nationally, she has served on the Council of Education, Sub-Panel for Accreditation of Academic Programs, the Joint Committee on Education, and the Panel of Accreditation Surveyors. She is currently on the Editorial Review Board for the AHIMA electronic Journal of HIM Perspectives. Dr. Osborn has authored articles published in the Journal of the American Health Information Management, and chapters in AHIMA's texts on Health Information Management and Health Information Technology.

Bibliografski podaci