Multinational Electronic Health Records Interoperability Strategies

Multinational Electronic Health Records Interoperability Strategies

Release Date: February, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 230
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8989-2
ISBN13: 9781799889892|ISBN10: 1799889890|ISBN13 Softcover: 9798369353097|EISBN13: 9781799889908
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Description & Coverage
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Amidst the relentless tide of global health crises, a critical problem persists: the lack of a unified electronic health record (EHR) system capable of seamlessly tracking and containing the spread of infectious diseases across borders. The unchecked proliferation of diseases, including the rapid transmission of COVID-19 and the recurring threat of zoonotic infections, underscores the urgent need for a coordinated global response. This absence of interoperability hampers effective patient treatment and surveillance and exacerbates the potential for widespread outbreaks of Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) pathogens.

Multinational Electronic Health Records Interoperability Strategies is a groundbreaking book, and a beacon of hope in the face of escalating health threats. It catalyzes international collaboration and strategic action by offering a comprehensive exploration into the feasibility and design of a multinational or globally interoperable EHR system. This visionary initiative charts a course toward enhanced global health security by meticulously documenting patient treatment, travel histories, and transmission patterns of infectious diseases, particularly BSL-4 infections.

Through a synthesis of cutting-edge research, policy analysis, and expert insights, this book presents a theoretical framework and a tangible blueprint for transformative change. It contends that by establishing robust, interoperable systems protocols and fostering cross-border cooperation, nations can fortify their defenses against the looming specter of pandemics. For academic scholars and global leaders, the imperative is clear: embrace this solution-oriented approach and champion the cause of a unified, interoperable EHR system as the cornerstone of our collective defense against the relentless march of infectious diseases.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4)
  • Disease Spread
  • Electronic Health Records
  • Global Health
  • International Collaboration
  • Interoperability
  • Pandemics
  • Patient Treatment
  • Policy Analysis
  • Public Health
  • Surveillance
  • Transnational Cooperation
  • Zoonotic Diseases
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Sterling K. Carter is an academic researcher, writer, and the Chief Executive Officer of SBC Global Consulting in Vancouver, WA, USA. SBC Global Consulting is a global research and consulting firm devoted to helping organisations improve productivity, efficiency, and reduce waste. Sterling holds a Doctorate in Management with a concentration in Global Leadership, a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Colorado Technical University. Sterling is also a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, a Certified Agile Leader, a Certified Scrum Master, and is certified in Data Analytics. He has over a decade of experience consulting in multiple verticals, including healthcare. After completing his doctorate and publishing his dissertation, The Strategies Global Leaders Need to Improve Interoperability of an EHR System, he has devoted his life to global health and health systems integration and interoperability.
Christina Anastasia is a college professor and professional businesswoman with a passion that focuses on small business and economic development. She holds a master's degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix and, a Ph.D. in Philosophy with an emphasis on Organizational Management from Capella University and a Post Doc. in Executive Leadership from Colorado Technical University. In addition, she holds graduate certifications in several disciplines and is a published author and contributing editor for several books and journal articles. She also holds a Masters in I/O and Educational Psychology. Her specialization is in business plan preparation for acquisition of funds and has counseled for the SBDC helping start-up companies write business plans. As a business owner, she is a strong supporter that small business is the backbone of American society and that economic development relies on the Mom and Pop businesses that dot the American landscape. One of her own companies, a graphic design and sign business, fits into this demographic. She has been doing business in the sign industry since 2001. In addition, Dr. A owns an antique mall and a successful wholesale business that delivers products to smaller gift stores and outlets throughout the country.
Barbara Mae Carter is a professor at Colorado Technical University, teaching leadership and organizational development classes. Barbara serves on the dissertation committee for doctoral research at Colorado Technical University and presents at Doctoral Symposia. She is an experienced Instructional Designer with a demonstrated history of consulting and facilitating adult learning. Barbara completed a Doctor of Management with a concentration in Organizational Development and Change from Colorado Technical University. In December 2019, she published her dissertation, The Leadership Practices Female ODC Managers Use to Improve Change Initiatives. Barbara holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and a Bachelor of Arts in Management from George Fox University. She is also a Certified Agile Leader and a Certified Ruth Clark Instructional Designer.
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