Health care Terms
Health care Terms
Efforts from the health care industry to enter into the world of technology often called the Health Information technology (HIT). HIT enhances the quality of health care, protection, and a resourceful health care delivery system. The information exchange between government, insurers, customers, and suppliers is secure. The defining of the terms and their importance form the foundation of beginning to understanding the health care industry and some of the terms include CMR, CMS, CMS-1500, CPT, and others.
Automated Medical Records the information was done on a personal computer and did not meet the standards for electronic medical records. The proof that compliance with doctors’ orders, gives more doctor-patient time, and reduces office space of the paper files. AMR helps with finding the early symptoms of public health issues like the seasonal flu giving the medical profession time to prepare medication to counter-act the health issues an important feature (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009).
CMR Computerized Medical Records. The patients paper medical records containing information about the patient made available to providers, pharmacies or those involved in the patients care. Saves time and money because the medical records do not have to be pulled out physically and scanned. The benefits include rapid access to the information, clear understanding of the doctors’ orders, and keeping the patients information organized. Many health care professionals can access to the information at the same time because of the secure data transmission (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009).
CMS Center for Medicare and Medicaid services that controls both programs and the money that the health industry receives. The focus on physicians, hospitals, long-term care, home health, and the nursing homes and ensure that compliance to government policies. The important part about the CMS center they...