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Ch 2 EHR Standards

The Electronic Health Record - Standards- Ch 2

Enables access to an EHR via the Internet Application Server Provider (ASP)
Mission is to accelerate the adoption of HIT by creating an efficient, credible, and sustainable certification program CCHIT
A computer is placed on a mobile desk or stand so it can be moved around an office, unit,or patient room. Computer on Wheels (COW)/Workstation on Wheels (WOW)
the process of communicating a clinician's instructions for patient treatment over a computer network to testing facilities Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE)
Five-digit codes that were developed by the AMA and adopted by insurance carriers in order to identify common medical procedures. Current Procedural Terminology (CPT)
A database of approved medications in drug therapy categories that include the preparation, safety, effectiveness, and cost of the medications. Drug Formulary
A doctor of Medicine, Osteopathy, Dentistry,Podiatry,Optometry or Chiropractor that is eligible to participate in the HITECH Meaningful Use incentive program. Eligible Professional (EP)
Computer data are changed from their original form, making the data unintelligible to unauthorized parties in order to be transmitted safely. encrypting
An international computer language by which various healthcare systems can communicate; it is the selected standard for the industry. Health Level 7 (HL7)
A privately maintained computer network that provides secure accessibility to authorized people and enables sharing of software, databases and files. intranet
A wired and/or wireless connection of computers on a single campus or facility Local Area Network (LAN)
The provider's use of certified EHR technology in ways that can be measured in quality and quantity. Meaningful Use
Includes any information, past, present, or future, about health status, provision and payment of healthcare that can be linked to an individual Protected Health Information
Services that use electronic and communication technology to deliver medical information and services over a large distance through a standard phone line. Telehealth Services
Large bodies of preset text,that serves as a model for letters and reports that need to be completed. templates
A set of instructions that is performed on the system to ensure the system functions as expected. Test script
Created by: Kirkster