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chapter 15 terms

alleviate partly remove or correct; to relieve or lessen
computerized physician/provider order entry (CPOE) a process of electronic data entry of medical practitioner or provider instructions for the treatment of Pt.
culpability meriting condemnation, responsibility, or blame, especially as wrong or harmful
e-prescribing the use of electronic devices to communicate with pharmacies and send prescribing information, taking the place of writing prescriptions by hand and physically giving it to a pt; new or refill prescriptions can be submitted electronically
electronic health records (ehr) electronic record of health related information about a Pt. that conforms to nationally recognized interoperability standards/ that can be created, managed/consulted by authorized clinicians and staff from more that one healthcare organization
electronic medical records (emR) electronic record of health related information about an individual that can be created , gathered, managed,/ consulted by authorized clinicians and staff within a single healthcare organization
interoperable capability of a system to work with or use the other parts or equipment of another system
parameters any set of physical properties the values of which determine characteristics or behevior
personal health record (phr) electronic record of health related information about an individual that conforms to nationally recognized interoperability standards and that can be drawn from multiple sources but that is managed shared and controlled by the individual
prevalent generally or widely accepted favored or practiced
reasonable cause circumstances that would make it unreasonable for the covered entity despite the exercise of ordinary business care and prudence to comply with the administrative simplification provision that was violated
reasonable diligence business care and prudence expected from a person seeking to satisfy a legal requirement under similar circumstances
super user a special account on a computer system that is used for system administration; also, a person in a facility who is able to make system wide changes to a computer system
willful neglect conscious, intentional failure or reckless indifference to the obligation to comply with that administrative simplification provision violated
Created by: Been.Nathan