​Health Information Systems 20-25 Slide PowerPoint

Health Information Systems

Assignment 1: Technology Assessment and Government Regulations

You are the senior manager of a large healthcare organization. The senior management team must decide on a Health Information Management Systems (HIMS) for the organization that will encompass several clinical and administrative departments. You will need to create a PowerPoint presentation that will persuade your CEO to purchase your chosen HIMS. Your presentation should also contain some important aspects of HIMS (EMR) such as, implementation, interoperability, productivity, and support challenges.

Create a twenty to twenty five (20-25) slide PowerPoint presentation in which you:

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic technology underlying health care information systems.
  • Apply senior management’s role in information technology management.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in health information systems.
  • Write clearly and concisely about health information systems using proper writing mechanics.

Grading for this assignment will be based on answer quality, logic / organization of the paper, and language and writing skills, using the following rubric.

Assignment 1: Technology Assessment and Government Regulations

Criteria

Unacceptable
Below 70% F

Fair
70-79% C

Proficient
80-89% B

Exemplary
90-100% A

1. Create an argument to be presented to the CIO the need to integrate all clinical and administrative departments using a Health Information Management System in your health care organization.
Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely created an argument to be presented to the CIO the need to integrate all clinical and administrative departments using a Health Information Management System in your health care organization.

Partially created an argument to be presented to the CIO the need to integrate all clinical and administrative departments using a Health Information Management System in your health care organization.

Satisfactorily created an argument to be presented to the CIO the need to integrate all clinical and administrative departments using a Health Information Management System in your health care organization.

Thoroughly created an argument to be presented to the CIO the need to integrate all clinical and administrative departments using a Health Information Management System in your health care organization.

2. Identify and analyze the most significant EHI, EHR, HIPPA, and HITECH current regulations in your state. Next, determine two (2) ways they could impact the integration of HIMS in your health care organization. Be sure to include three (3) potential solutions to address these regulation challenges.
Weight: 30%

Did not submit or incompletely identified and analyzed the most significant EHI, EHR, HIPPA, and HITECH current regulations in your state. Did not submit or incompletely determined two (2) ways they could impact the integration of HIMS in your health care organization. Did not submit or incompletely included three (3) potential solutions to address these regulation challenges.

Partially identified and analyzed the most significant EHI, EHR, HIPPA, and HITECH current regulations in your state. Partially determined two (2) ways they could impact the integration of HIMS in your health care organization. Partially included three (3) potential solutions to address these regulation challenges.

Satisfactorily identified and analyzed the most significant EHI, EHR, HIPPA, and HITECH current regulations in your state. Satisfactorily determined two (2) ways they could impact the integration of HIMS in your health care organization. Satisfactorily included three (3) potential solutions to address these regulation challenges.

Thoroughly identified and analyzed the most significant EHI, EHR, HIPPA, and HITECH current regulations in your state. Thoroughly determined two (2) ways they could impact the integration of HIMS in your health care organization. Thoroughly included three (3) potential solutions to address these regulation challenges.

3. Propose three (3) privacy and security measure that will help health care providers avoid security breaches, data loss, and better allow them to concentrate on caring for their patients. Next, develop an action plan to protect patient information that complies with EHI, HER, PHI, HIPAA legal requirements.
Weight: 25%

Did not submit or incompletely proposed three (3) privacy and security measure that will help health care providers avoid security breaches, data loss, and better allow them to concentrate on caring for their patients. Did not submit or incompletely developed an action plan to protect patient information that complies with EHI, HER, PHI, HIPAA legal requirements.

Partially proposed three (3) privacy and security measure that will help health care providers avoid security breaches, data loss, and better allow them to concentrate on caring for their patients. Partially developed an action plan to protect patient information that complies with EHI, HER, PHI, HIPAA legal requirements

Satisfactorily proposed three (3) privacy and security measure that will help health care providers avoid security breaches, data loss, and better allow them to concentrate on caring for their patients. Satisfactorily developed an action plan to protect patient information that complies with EHI, HER, PHI, HIPAA legal requirements

Thoroughly proposed three (3) privacy and security measure that will help health care providers avoid security breaches, data loss, and better allow them to concentrate on caring for their patients. Thoroughly developed an action plan to protect patient information that complies with EHI, HER, PHI, HIPAA legal requirements

4. Suggest three (3) key actions you could take to monitor privacy and security violations that may occur after the implementation of HIMS in your health care organization.
Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely suggested three (3) key actions you could take to monitor privacy and security violations that may occur after the implementation of HIMS in your health care organization.

Partially suggested three (3) key actions you could take to monitor privacy and security violations that may occur after the implementation of HIMS in your health care organization.

Satisfactorily suggested three (3) key actions you could take to monitor privacy and security violations that may occur after the implementation of HIMS in your health care organization.

Thoroughly suggested three (3) key actions you could take to monitor privacy and security violations that may occur after the implementation of HIMS in your health care organization.

5. 3 references
Weight: 5%

No references provided

Does not meet the required number of references; some or all references poor quality choices.

Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.

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