Automation of Health Information Responses
Automation of Health Information Responses
INSTRUCTIONS: Respond to all posts; response to classmates should be thoughtful and advance the discussion, response should make and/or frequent informed references to unit material or scientific literature, follow APA style if resources are used, 75 word minimum in response per post
HI150 Automation of Health Information
CLASSMATE POST #1
After looking at the example and simulated EHR last week it is clear that using the EHR keeps data consistent and easy to access. This improves the quality be allowing for a specific space for each piece of information and giving the indication of what is required for the chart to be complete.
The majority of the data that was collected in the demo would be gathered in the CDI program. The chief complaint and ICD 10 or other related procedure and diagnosis codes would be used for “quality reporting, reimbursement, disease tracking, and other administrative and clinical processes” (Monica, 2018). This would allow for higher opportunities of improvement and training.
CLASSMATE POST #2
Hello Professor and Class,
EHR can help improve data quality by being easily accessible. EHR also helps keep patient data more organized and more comfortable to extract. EHR’s also make reoccurring reminders and alerts for patients and physicians. EHR data quality affects the validity of research results, and this is why it’s vital to have good data quality. After last week’s simulation of EHR, I noticed just how important it is to have good data quality. I did not find the simulation user-friendly, and I found a few things very hard to find within the EHR. To have useful quality data can save time for physicians looking and searching for something within the EHR and more time with the patient. Automation of Health Information Responses
Clinical Documentation Improvement is a program that is created of a dedicated team of healthcare professionals that will make sure that the medical record documentation will reflect the patient’s diagnoses, care provided, and their quality of care provided. In contrast, that patient received care from the provider. Automation of Health Information Responses
SC121: Human Anatomy and Physiology I- Automation of Health Information Responses
INSTRUCTIONS: Respond to all posts; response to classmates should be thoughtful and advance the discussion, response should make and/or frequent informed references to unit material or scientific literature, follow APA style if resources are used, 75 word minimum in response per post. Automation of Health Information Responses
CLASSMATE POST #3
Many of us know someone who has been diagnosed with some form of cancer. With so many people who fight this “Big Bad Wolf” every day, why can’t we figure out a way to rid ourselves of it forever? Here’s what we do : https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/05/150511090108.htm
What if the treatment (or cure) was a simple as taking your antibiotics? Review this article and provide me with your thoughts and feedback. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150128081957.htm What have you learned? Is it fact or fiction? What other alternatives are there to treating cancer? I’m looking forward to your added thoughts!
CLASSMATE POST #4
Hello Class and Professor,
Adaptive immunity is two different types of immunity known as cell-mediated and antibody-mediated. Both types of organs can have negative effects when someone has an organ transplant, and both are triggered by antigens. Cell-mediated immunity is when the tissue sustained injury during cell isolation or organ retrieval which gets the adaptive response going. T cells get responses for activation with two of them being antigen recognition and costimulation. These rejections can happen very early on or late after transplantation (Wood, Zaitsu, Goto, 2013). Antibody-mediated immunity is when allograft rejection is caused by antibodies against donor specific HLA molecules, endothelial cell antigens or a blood group antigen. This usually happens right away and can be resistant to therapy and threatens the graft from healing properly and having a good outcome (Singh, Pirsch, Samaniego 2009). Automation of Health Information Responses
When a rejection occurs, there are a few options for how they will treat it. This well depend though on how bad the rejection is, what type of rejection it is and how severe it is. Sometimes if it happens quickly it can be treated right away rather than someone not knowing that is what is going on and it gets worst. When a rejection occurs, the goal is to suppress the immune system. To do this they will put you on an antibiotic that can either be oral or through an iv. Which they choose and how high of a dosage it is will depend on the severity of the rejection. A lot of times people who have rejection ends up needing to take these medications for the rest of their lives (Dugdale, 2019). Automation of Health Information Responses
There are four different types of grafts, they include autografts, isografts, allografts and xenografts. Autograft is when you have a skin graft done using skin from your own body to do so. Allograft is when you use skin from a donor’s body to complete the skin graft. Being sure that you have a donor that matches you the best as possible is the most important thing when doing a allograft. The person receiving the graft may also be given anti-rejection meds before hand to ensure that their body does not reject it (Dugdale, 2019). Automation of Health Information Responses
The skin cell gun is a new thing that was developed in 2008. This is basically a gun that regenerates skin cells. This is done by using it like a paint gun and sprays your own skin cells onto the burn. This is generally used for people who have large burns that cover a good portion of there body. If they can continue to find that this works it will help with healing time, scarring, and reduce infections. This would be huge for second and third degree burns as they are the worst and can take a long time to heal and cause a lot of scarring (Yetman, 2020). Automation of Health Information Responses
I am all for finding new ways to improve faster recovery times and what not. I think that it is neat when someone needs to, they can use their own stem cells. I feel that using things from your own body would be best as your less likely to have ongoing problems. Automation of Health Information Responses