Introduction To Medical Coding, Introductory Module, 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Introduction To Medical Coding, Introductory Module, Veronica F. Mcgowan
Faculty Articles & Research
In our increasingly global economy, manufacturers and distributers sending and receiving goods are frustrated by the reality of multiple languages. As an example of corporate coding, proactive management in an automotive company have invented a coding system where each car type has its own identification code with associated words that describe the product. Therefore, they can be confident that anyone referring to ID 4523 is describing a four-door vehicle (4000 level), compact vehicle (500), black color (20) with leather interior (3). This example is analogous to clinical or medical coding.
January 2019, 2019 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
January 2019, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
Making Your Resolutions Really Work
New Year’s resolutions are slightly out of favor — airily dismissed as a waste of time, given their high failure rate. But there remains something compelling about the onset of a brand new year for reflecting on changes that would improve your life. To provide advice on ways to make resolutions that will actually come to fruition,
Finding The Narrative In Incident Reports, 2018 The University of San Francisco
Finding The Narrative In Incident Reports, La'eeqa Aslam
Master's Projects and Capstones
The Progress Foundation, as licensed by the state of California and the Community Care Licensing, is required to use incident reports for internal audits and remain in compliance as a health facility. Incident reports are used to record events or accidents that have occurred within an organization. Often times, reports are made, handed off, and given from the residence home to the Community Care Licensing with little to no information of how an incident was managed. The Progress Foundation is working towards tracking information from the incident reports to improve internal management and understand the trends in the reports.
Investigating The Use Of M-Health For Learning And Clinical Training By Medical Students In Ghana, 2018 The University of Western Ontario
Investigating The Use Of M-Health For Learning And Clinical Training By Medical Students In Ghana, Abdul M. Sulley
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
There is a challenge with healthcare access in most developing countries. With the high rate of mobile technology penetration in these countries, there is a strong belief that mobile technology can help address this and other health system and education challenges. This study investigated how clinical year medical students in Ghana used m-health and with what outcomes. This was a mixed-methods study to assess what technologies students used, what the impact of use was, what enablers and barriers they encountered, what factors explained m-health adoption and what the attitudes of students, staff and faculty members were towards m-health use. The ...
December 2018, 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
December 2018, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
Money savers for Holiday Shoppers
We hate to be negative this time of year, but gift-giving can get expensive! How to pay for all those gifts? Here are a few suggestions…
Healthy Holiday Habits
Travel, parties, big meals and snack foods at the office all create a challenging environment for eating healthy. Add in several days of travel with little scheduled physical activity, and it becomes a real effort to stay on track. Here are some helpful hints to help keep your holidays healthy!
The Practitioner's Guide To Global Health: An Interactive, Online, Open-Access Curriculum Preparing Medical Learners For Global Health Experiences, Gabrielle A. Jacquet, Rachel A. Umoren, Alison S. Hayward, Justin G. Myers, Payal Modi, Stephen J. Dunlop, Suzanne Sarfaty, Mark Hauswald, Janis P. Tupesis
Emergency Medicine Publications and Presentations
BACKGROUND: Short-term experiences in global health (STEGH) are increasingly common in medical education, as they can provide learners with opportunities for service, learning, and sharing perspectives. Academic institutions need high-quality preparatory curricula and mentorship to prepare learners for potential challenges in ethics, cultural sensitivity, and personal safety; however, availability and quality of these are variable.
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study is to create and evaluate an open-access, interactive massive open online course (MOOC) that prepares learners to safely and effectively participate in STEGH, permits flexible and asynchronous learning, is free of charge, and provides a certificate upon successful completion ...
Safety, 2018 Wildlife Control Consultant, LLC Lewistown, Montana
Safety, Stephen M. Vantassel, Brenda K. Osthus
Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series
Wildlife damage management (WDM) is an exciting field with many opportunities to provide solutions to the complex issues involved in human-wildlife interactions. In addition, WDM wildlife control operators (WCO) face a variety of threats to their physical well-being. Injuries can result from misused (Figure 1), faulty, or poorly maintained equipment, inexperience, mishandled wildlife, harsh weather, and dangerous situations, such as electrical lines. The goals of this publication are to: * Develop an awareness of safety issues and adopt a mindset of “Safety First”, * Review the major safety threats that WCOs face, * Provide basic information for WCOs to protect themselves, and * List ...
Phr: Patient Health Record, 2018 University of Nebraska at Omaha
Phr: Patient Health Record, Quinn Nelson
The rapid development of information technology systems has expanded into multiple disciplines and results in systems that are limited by initial design and implementation: the Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) space is no different. The introduction of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) system has changed the way healthcare operates. Initial designs of these systems were focused on serving the needs of insurance companies and healthcare billing departments. Research shows that the design of EHR systems negatively impact provider-patient interactions and the care they receive. This capstone project capitalizes on the collaboration efforts between UNO and UNMC – by joining a research group ...
Extraction Of Information Related To Adverse Drug Events From Electronic Health Record Notes: Design Of An End-To-End Model Based On Deep Learning, 2018 University of Massachusetts Medical School
Extraction Of Information Related To Adverse Drug Events From Electronic Health Record Notes: Design Of An End-To-End Model Based On Deep Learning, Fei Li, Weisong Liu, Hong Yu
Open Access Articles
BACKGROUND: Pharmacovigilance and drug-safety surveillance are crucial for monitoring adverse drug events (ADEs), but the main ADE-reporting systems such as Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reporting System face challenges such as underreporting. Therefore, as complementary surveillance, data on ADEs are extracted from electronic health record (EHR) notes via natural language processing (NLP). As NLP develops, many up-to-date machine-learning techniques are introduced in this field, such as deep learning and multi-task learning (MTL). However, only a few studies have focused on employing such techniques to extract ADEs.
OBJECTIVE: We aimed to design a deep learning model for extracting ADEs and ...
Examining Eshift Through The Caregiver Policy Lens: A Content Analysis, 2018 The University of Western Ontario
Examining Eshift Through The Caregiver Policy Lens: A Content Analysis, Ashlee A. Worrall
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
Purpose: This research study intended to understand how a new model of palliative home care in Ontario, Canada called eShift aligned with the needs of caregivers who cared for a family member at the end-of-life.
Methods: A qualitative secondary analysis using a deductive content analysis of 14 caregiver interviews, three decision-maker interviews, and six home care agency documents collected in a three-year study and were analyzed using The Caregiver Policy Lens framework.
Findings: The eShift model of care met caregivers’ needs through timely access to respite, education, collaborating with the health care team, and physical and psychological support. Caregivers were ...
Jual Obat Penirum Asli Di Jakarta ™ 0812 262 44333, 2018 University of California, San Francisco
Jual Obat Penirum Asli Di Jakarta ™ 0812 262 44333, Kios Kios
Dual Use Of A Patient Portal And Clinical Video Telehealth By Veterans With Mental Health Diagnoses: Retrospective, Cross-Sectional Analysis, Erica A. Abel, Stephanie L. Shimada, Karen Wang, Christine Ramsey, Melissa Skanderson, Joseph Erdos, Linda Godleski, Thomas K. Houston, Cynthia A. Brandt
Open Access Articles
BACKGROUND: Access to mental health care is challenging. The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) has been addressing these challenges through technological innovations including the implementation of Clinical Video Telehealth, two-way interactive and synchronous videoconferencing between a provider and a patient, and an electronic patient portal and personal health record, My HealtheVet.
OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to describe early adoption and use of My HealtheVet and Clinical Video Telehealth among VHA users with mental health diagnoses.
METHODS: We conducted a retrospective, cross-sectional analysis of early My HealtheVet adoption and Clinical Video Telehealth engagement among veterans with one or more mental health diagnoses ...
Improving The Patient Experience Through Patient Portals: Insights From Experienced Portal Users, 2018 The Ohio State University
Improving The Patient Experience Through Patient Portals: Insights From Experienced Portal Users, Cynthia J. Sieck, Jennifer L. Hefner, Ann Scheck Mcalearney
Patient Experience Journal
Background: Patient portals have become part of the ecosystem of care as both patients and providers use them for a range of activities both individually and collaboratively. As patients and providers gain greater experience using portals, their use and needs related to portals may evolve. Objective: This study aimed to learn from experienced patient portal users to improve our understanding of their perspectives on portal use for collaboration and engagement as well as explore how using a portal influenced their experiences with primary care providers. Methods: Qualitative study involving 29 semi-structured interviews with family medicine patients from a large Academic ...
November 2018, 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
November 2018, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
Healthier Dishes to Serve This Thanksgiving
This year, why not make Thanksgiving not only delicious but also a health-boosting experience that’s truer to the origins of the holiday? For most of us, our traditional Thanksgiving meal has shifted away from the natural foods enjoyed by the 17th-century celebrants. But it’s not that difficult to get back to preparing delicious food that is fresh from the harvest…and packed with nutrition.
Learning For Clinical Named Entity Recognition Without Manual Annotations, 2018 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Learning For Clinical Named Entity Recognition Without Manual Annotations, Omid Ghiasvand, Rohit J. Kate
Health Informatics & Administration Faculty Articles
Background: Named entity recognition (NER) systems are commonly built using supervised methods that use machine learning to learn from corpora manually annotated with named entities. However, manually annotating corpora is very expensive and laborious.
Materials and methods: In this paper, a novel method is presented for training clinical NER systems that does not require any manual annotations. It only requires a raw text corpus and a resource like UMLS that can give a list of named entities along with their semantic types. Using these two resources, annotations are automatically obtained to train machine learning methods. The method was evaluated on ...
Critical Success Factors For Adopting Telemedicine Applications, 2018 HU University of Applied Sciences
Critical Success Factors For Adopting Telemedicine Applications, Arjen Maris, Anas Yousfi, Stefan V. Ramshorst, Pascal Ravesteyn
Communications of the IIMA
The use of IT within healthcare is increasing, but at a slow rate. In complex projects like the implementation of a telemedicine application within the context of physiotherapy processes where both practitioners and patients use the application, it is still unclear what factors should be taken into consideration for a successful adoption. Therefore, the research question for this study is: ‘what are the critical success factors for adopting a telemedicine application for primary physiotherapists and their patients within the Netherlands?’ A literature study is performed followed by a thematic analysis to determine the factors that are relevant for adoption of ...
Clinical Documentation Received By Referring Provider, 2018 Maine Medical Center
Clinical Documentation Received By Referring Provider, Linda Butler, Julie Plourde, Nate Fuller, Brandy Brown, Roslyn Gerwin, Alyssa Gaudette, Cheryl Wilbur, Rachel Garnsey, Jim Bailinson
Maine Medical Center
Problem statement: At the time of follow up appointments, referring providers do not always have access to the documentation needed for continuum of care.
October 2018, 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University
October 2018, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee
SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS
The SWOSU Walking Club is meeting every MWF, 12:10 pm, at the Wellness Center. Fit exercising into your workday with a 30-40-minute walk and receive the benefits of social support, stress relief, and renewed energy.
SWOSU Fall Pool Hours
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The Chapman Bone Algorithm: A Diagnostic Alternative For The Evaluation Of Osteoporosis, 2018 Chapman University
The Chapman Bone Algorithm: A Diagnostic Alternative For The Evaluation Of Osteoporosis, Elise Levesque, Anton Ketterer, Wajiha Memon, Cameron James, Noah Barrett, Cyril Rakovski, Frank Frisch
Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science Faculty Articles and Research
Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease and goes largely undiagnosed throughout the world, due to the inaccessibility of DXA machines. Multivariate analyses of serum bone turnover markers were evaluated in 226 Orange County, California, residents with the intent to determine if serum osteocalcin and serum pyridinoline cross-links could be used to detect the onset of osteoporosis as effectively as a DXA scan. Descriptive analyses of the demographic and lab characteristics of the participants were performed through frequency, means and standard deviation estimations. We implemented logistic regression modeling to find the best classification algorithm for osteoporosis. All calculations and ...
Support-Af: Piloting A Multi-Faceted, Electronic Medical Record-Based Intervention To Improve Prescription Of Anticoagulation, 2018 Boston University School of Medicine
Support-Af: Piloting A Multi-Faceted, Electronic Medical Record-Based Intervention To Improve Prescription Of Anticoagulation, Alok Kapoor, Azraa Amroze, Jessica G. Golden, Sybil L. Crawford, Kevin O'Day, Rasha Elhag, Ahmed Nagy, Steve A. Lubitz, Jane S. Saczynski, Jomol Mathew, David D. Mcmanus
Open Access Articles
Background: Only 50% of eligible atrial fibrillation ( AF ) patients receive anticoagulation ( AC ). Feasibility and effectiveness of electronic medical record (EMR)-based interventions to profile and raise provider AC percentage is poorly understood. The SUPPORT-AF (Supporting Use of AC Through Provider Profiling of Oral AC Therapy for AF) study aims to improve rates of adherence to AC guidelines by developing and delivering supportive tools based on the EMR to providers treating patients with AF.
Methods and Results: We emailed cardiologists and community-based primary care providers affiliated with our institution reports of their AC percentage relative to peers. We also sent an ...