Final Project Resources
Thetype of resources selected in research determines the quality of thefinal project. The present study entails the process of selectingresources, type of resources, and potential sources that will be usedin the final project titled “Implementing of EMR”. The sourceswill be selected from the library and online publications. The onlinepublications will be identified by conducting a Google search for keywords (such as electronic medical records and payback of EMR). Thecourse text will be obtained from the school library. The researchwill be accomplished using both the primary and secondary sources.
Potentialsources for the final project
ALNMedical Management (2010). The cost of an electronic health record.ALNMedical Management.Retrieved April 17, 2014, from http://alnmm.com/ehr-costs
Chris,E. (2008, October). Technology in health care: Automating admissionprocess. ProviderMagazine,81-84.
Fleming,S., Culler, D., McCorkle, R., Becker, R., & Ballard, J. (2013).The financial and nonfinancial costs of implementing electronichealth records in primary care practices. HealthAffairs,30 (3), 418-489.
IronComet (2012, August 10). Medical practice tax considerations forelectronic medical records. IronComet.Retrieved April 17, 2014, fromhttp://ironcomet.com/blog/2012/08/10/medical-practice-tax-considerations-for-electronic-medical-records/
Irving,F. (2013, November 26). Getting the HER payback: 3 tips to improveyour practice and MU compliance. MedicalPractice Inside.Retrieved April 17, 2014, fromhttp://www.medicalpracticeinsider.com/best-practices/getting-ehr-payback-3-tips-improve-your-practice-and-mu-compliance
Keshavjee,K., Bosomworth, J., Copen, J. Lai, J., Kucukyazici, B., Lilani, R., &Holbrook, M. (2006). Bestpractices in EMR implementation: A systematic review.Ontario: McMaster University.
Menachemi,N. & Collum, H. (2011). Benefits and drawbacks of electronichealth records systems. RiskManagement Health Policy,4, 47-55.
U.S.Department of Health and Human Services (2014). Howmuch is this going to cost me?Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Wang,J., Middleton, B., Prosser, A. & Bardon, G. (2003). Acost-benefit analysis of electronic medical records in primary care.TheAmerican Journal of Medicine,114, 397-403.