Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data (2nd Ed., 2nd ed. 2019)
Health Informatics Series

Coordinators: Acharya Amit, Powell Valerie, Torres-Urquidy Miguel H., Posteraro Robert H., Thyvalikakath Thankam Paul

Language: Anglais

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352 p. · 15.5x23.5 cm · Hardback

This largely revised second edition comprehensively reviews the need and rationale for the integration of medical and dental patient data. The reader will find extensive guidance on issues involved with care and data integration, and how to achieve an integrated model of healthcare. The book discusses how the use of state-of-the-art, fully integrated (dental-medical), electronic health records can improve clinical, financial as well as societal outcomes. In the book you will also find different aspects that play a role in integration including existing clinical software implementations (and their paths for integration), clinical touch points, and how current and future developments will facilitate the integration process in a more efficient way.

 

This second edition of Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data details the available methods and technologies for successfully integrating patient medical and dental data. It is, therefore, an important and timely update for informaticians and a broad range of both dental and medical professionals and other health professionals (dental assistants, hygienists, nurses) as well as clinical students entering the professional environment.


Mouth: the Gateway to the Body and the Importance of Medical and Dental Data Integration.- Achieving the ‘True’ Triple Aim in Healthcare.- An Environmental Scan of the various Oral-Systemic Contact Points.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Diabetes and Oral Health.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Papillon- Lefèvre Syndrome and Oral Health.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Cardiovascular Diseases and Oral Health.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Chronic Kidney Disease and Oral Health.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Odontogenic Infections and Systemic Complications.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Pneumonia and Oral Health.- Interdisciplinary Care Model: Metabolic Syndrome and Oral Health.- Health Information Technology Considerations of Medical and Dental Data Integration.- Biosurveillance and Dentistry.- Knowledge Standardization, Management and Integration.- Economics of Clinical Data Integration.- The Need for Interprofessional Medical-Dental Education.- Integrated Care Case Study: Marshfield Clinic Health System.- Conclusion.- Appendix.- Index

Details the available methods and technologies for successfully integrating patient medical and dental data
Provides a rationale for an integrative health care model 
Contains extensive guidance on avoiding potential issues surrounding data integration