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Light the candles! Happy 50th birthday HIMJ! Underpinning an agile, future-facing health information management profession.

Kerin Robinson, Cheens Lee,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):3-5]

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Verification of administrative data to measure palliative care at terminal hospital stays.

Joanne M Stubbs, Hassan Assareh, Helen M Achat, Sally Greenaway, Poorani Muruganantham,

<h4>Background</h4>Administrative data and clinician documentation have not been directly compared for reporting palliative care, despite concerns about under-reporting.<h4>Objective</h4>The aim of this study was to verify the use of routinely collected administrative data for reporting in-hospital palliation and to examine factors associated with coded palliative care in hospital administrative data.<h4>Method</h4>Hospital administrative ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320968572]

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Factors affecting the acceptance of integrated electronic personal health records in Saudi Arabia: The impact of e-health literacy.

Yaser A Alsahafi, Valerie Gay, Adel A Khwaji,

<h4>Background</h4>National implementation of electronic personal health record (ePHR) systems is of vital importance to governments worldwide because this type of technology promises to promote and enhance healthcare. Although there is widespread agreement as to the advantages of ePHRs, the level of awareness and acceptance of this technology among healthcare consumers ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320964899]

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Patient privacy in the COVID-19 era: Data access, transparency, rights, regulation and the case for retaining the status quo.

Joan Henderson,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):6-8]

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Can electronic assessment tools improve the process of shared decision-making? A systematic review.

Nyantara Wickramasekera, Sarah K Taylor, Elizabeth Lumley, Thomas Gray, Emma Wilson, Stephen Radley,

<h4>Background</h4>Patient involvement in decision-making plays a prominent role in improving the quality of healthcare. Despite this, shared decision-making is not routinely implemented. However, electronic assessment tools that capture patients' history, symptoms, opinions and values prior to their medical appointment are used by healthcare professionals during patient consultations to facilitate shared ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320954385]

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Can publicly reported data be used to understand performance in an Australian rural hospital?

Sheree Lloyd, Cynthia Cliff, Gerard FitzGerald, Jean Collie,

<h4>Background</h4>Despite agreement among policymakers, funders, consumers and researchers about the value of public reporting of health information, limited attention has been paid to how it can be used to understand the performance of rural hospitals.<h4>Objective</h4>To determine whether publicly available information can be used to measure health service performance in a ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):35-46]

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Hospital discharge data quality and COVID-19.

Cliona O'Donovan, Beth Reid,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):93-94]

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Hospital discharge diagnoses in patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection in the first months of COVID-19 outbreak in the Italian province of Udine.

Francesca Valent, Francesco Gongolo,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):101-102]

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How Internet technologies can help hospitals to curb COVID-19: PUMCH experience from China.

Qianyu Zhuang, Guoqiang Sun, Feng Zhang, Jianguo Zhang, Liluan You, Si Chen, Ke Zeng, Xiaoyang Meng, Wen Li, Yue Peng, Peng Peng, Weiguo Zhu, Mingwei Qin, Mingyan Chen, Bingshui Hu, Hui Pan,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):95-98]

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Health information systems amid COVID-19 outbreak: Lessons from China.

Chaojie Liu,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):99-100]

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A learning agenda to build the evidence base for strengthening global health information systems.

Heidi W Reynolds, Shannon Salentine, Eva Silvestre, Elizabeth Millar, Ashley Strahley, Abby C Cannon, Emily A Bobrow,

<h4>Background</h4>Evidence-based interventions are necessary for planning and investing in health information systems (HIS) and for strengthening those systems to collect, manage, sort and analyse health data to support informed decision-making. However, evidence and guidance on HIS strengthening in low- and middle-income countries have been historically lacking.<h4>Objective</h4>This article describes the approach, ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320936801]

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Utility of SNOMED CT in automated expansion of clinical terms in discharge summaries: Testing issues of coverage.

Aleksandar Zivaljevic, Koray Atalag, James Warren,

<h4>Objective</h4>This study tests coverage of SNOMED CT as an expansion source in the process of automated expansion of clinical terms found in discharge summaries. Term expansion is commonly used as a technique in knowledge extraction, query formulation and semantic modelling among other applications. However, characteristics of the sources might affect ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320934528]

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The attributes of hospital-based coronary artery diseases registries with a focus on key registry processes: A systematic review.

Ali Garavand, Reza Rabiei, Hassan Emami, Mehdi Pishgahi, Mojtaba Vahidi-Asl,

<h4>Background</h4>The management of data on coronary artery disease (CAD) plays a significant role in controlling the disease and reducing the mortality of patients. The diseases registries facilitate the management of data.<h4>Objective</h4>This study aimed to identify the attributes of hospital-based CAD registries with a focus on key registry processes.<h4>Method</h4>In this systematic ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320929366]

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A false promise of COVID-19 'big' health data? Health data integrity and the ethics and realities of Australia's health information management practice.

Kerin Robinson,

<b>Context</b>: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has precipitated an unprecedented volume of medical research. Articles reporting two studies were recently retracted from prestigious journals for reasons including the (thus far) unverifiable provenance of data. This commentary adopts a health information management lens to ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):9-12]

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An investigation of the status and maturity of hospitals' health information governance in Victoria, Australia.

Helen Kwan, Merilyn Riley, Natasha Prasad, Kerin Robinson,

<h4>Background</h4>Health information governance (IG) in Australian hospitals was hitherto unexplored.<h4>Objectives</h4>To determine hospitals' health IG status and maturity in Victoria, Australia, identify drivers and barriers affecting IG adoption, examine electronic health data breach response plan usage and assess employees' electronic data breach awareness.<h4>Method</h4>Mixed-methods descriptive study utilising an online survey of directors ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320938309]

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A qualitative investigation into clinical documentation: why do clinicians document the way they do?

Stella Rowlands, Amina Tariq, Steven Coverdale, Sue Walker, Maryann Wood,

<h4>Background</h4>Clinical documentation is a fundamental component of patient care. The transition from paper based to electronic medical records/electronic health records has highlighted a number of issues associated with documentation practices including duplication. Developing new ways to document the care provided to patients and in turn, persuading clinicians to accept a ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320929776]

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Understanding the challenges associated with the use of data from routine health information systems in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review.

Klesta Hoxha, Yuen W Hung, Bridget R Irwin, Karen A Grépin,

<h4>Background</h4>Routine health information systems (RHISs) are crucial to informing decision-making at all levels of the health system. However, the use of RHIS data in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) is limited due to concerns regarding quality, accuracy, timeliness, completeness and representativeness.<h4>Objective</h4>This study systematically reviewed technical, behavioural and organisational/environmental challenges that ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320928729]

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A multi-method quality improvement approach to systematically improve and promote the quality of national health and social care information.

Niamh McGrath, Barbara Foley, Caroline Hurley, Maria Ryan, Rachel Flynn,

Safe and reliable healthcare depends on access to health information that is accurate, valid, reliable, timely, relevant, legible and complete. National data collections are repositories of health and social care data and play a crucial role in healthcare planning and clinical decision-making. We describe the development of an evidence-informed multi-method ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320926422]

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Analysing EHR navigation patterns and digital workflows among physicians during ICU pre-rounds.

Cameron Coleman, David Gotz, Samantha Eaker, Elaine James, Thomas Bice, Shannon Carson, Saif Khairat,

BACKGROUND:Some physicians in intensive care units (ICUs) report that electronic health records (EHRs) can be cumbersome and disruptive to workflow. There are significant gaps in our understanding of the physician-EHR interaction. OBJECTIVE:To better understand how clinicians use the EHR for chart review during ICU pre-rounds through the characterisation and description ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320920589]

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Improved efficiency of patient admission with electronic health records in neurosurgery.

Witold H Polanski, Adrian Danker, Amir Zolal, David Senf-Mothes, Gabriele Schackert, Dietmar Krex,

BACKGROUND:Electronic health records (EHRs) may be controversial but they have the potential to improve patient care. We investigated whether the introduction of an electronic template-based admission form for the collection of information about the patient's medical history and neurological and clinical state at admission in the neurosurgical unit might have ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320920990]

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The role of health classifications in health information management.

Jennie Shepheard, Andrea Groom,

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, 49(2-3):83-87]

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Developing a strategy to improve data sharing in health research: A mixed-methods study to identify barriers and facilitators.

Michelle A Krahe, Malcolm Wolski, Sharon Mickan, Julie Toohey, Paul Scuffham, Sheena Reilly,

BACKGROUND:Data sharing presents new opportunities across the spectrum of research and is vital for science that is open, where data are easily discoverable, accessible, intelligible, reproducible, replicable and verifiable. Despite this, it is yet to become common practice. Global efforts to develop practical guidance for data sharing and open access ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320917207]

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The likelihood of requiring a diagnostic test: Classifying emergency department patients with logistic regression.

Görkem Sarıyer, Mustafa Gökalp Ataman,

<h4>Background</h4>Emergency departments (EDs) play an important role in health systems since they are the front line for patients with emergency medical conditions who frequently require diagnostic tests and timely treatment.<h4>Objective</h4>To improve decision-making and accelerate processes in EDs, this study proposes predictive models for classifying patients according to whether or not ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320908975]

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Collaborative data familiarisation and quality assessment: Reflections from use of a national dataset to investigate palliative care for Indigenous Australians.

John A Woods, Claire E Johnson, Samuel F Allingham, Hanh T Ngo, Judith M Katzenellenbogen, Sandra C Thompson,

<h4>Background</h4>Data quality is fundamental to the integrity of quantitative research. The role of external researchers in data quality assessment (DQA) remains ill-defined in the context of secondary use for research of large, centrally curated health datasets. In order to investigate equity of palliative care provided to Indigenous Australian patients, researchers ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2021, 50(1-2):64-75]

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Options to enhance the veracity of Australian health service accreditation assessments.

Reece Hinchcliff, Deborah Debono, David Carter, Miriam Glennie, Hamish Robertson, Joanne Travaglia,

BACKGROUND:Assessment processes applied within some health service accreditation programs have been criticised at times for being inaccurate, inconsistent or inefficient. Such criticism has inspired the development of innovative assessment methods. OBJECTIVE:The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care considered the use of three such methods: short-notice or unannounced ... Read more >>

Health Inf Manag (Health information management : journal of the Health Information Management Association of Australia)
[2020, :1833358320910890]

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