The Winter 2017 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features the latest research on topics such as mobile device security, development of a web-based diabetes registry, and the use of secure clinical texting to issue patient care orders.
The exploratory study, “Mobile Device Security: Perspectives of Future Healthcare Workers,” was designed to analyze the perceptions of mobile device security from the vantage point of future healthcare professionals. The authors surveyed current campus and online health professions students; the participants are future HIM professionals and therefore potential mobile device users in this capacity.
This issue also includes a study predicting the odds of success for students taking the RHIA exam for the first time, a review of several secure clinical text vendor websites, and a study assessing patient perceptions of EMR intrusiveness during ambulatory visits.
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