This is your final project component.
At this time, you have completed various parts of planning and implementing a new information management system into a health care setting (a hospital). The main focus of this assignment, integrate all of the components of your project into one comprehensive packet. See how these parts work together to complete the project which the hospital is asking.
In this assignment, integrate all of the components of your project into one comprehensive packet. Imagine that you are presenting this packet to the governing board of the hospital. In addition, write a summary that demonstrates your overall understanding of the process and steps that you went through. Use the following as a guideline: Below is some website that may helpful in this assignment. I will upload the preview components
How does the new integrated system secure information? This includes looking at laws, regulations, patient rights, employee rights, and barriers to security.
How is information utilized and managed using the new integrated system? For example, how is it used in day to day functions?
Evaluate your overall plan. This includes strategies used, recommendations for education and training, return on investment and improvement of quality of care.
Identify and analyze the common—and unique—technological solutions provided for the health care information management.
Include the following in your final assignment:
Integrate the comments provided to you by your instructor.
Add headers, introduction, appendices, table of contents, conclusion, and reference page, and so on as appropriate
Healthcare IT News–http://www.healthcareitnews.com/topics/7657:
Consumer Decision Support Systems: A Health Care Case Study–http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/HICSS_34/PDFs/HCDAM06….
Privacy and Security–http://www.himss.org/ASP/topics_privacy.asp
Security Issues Can’t Be “Swept Under the Rug”– http://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/security-issu…?
The White House Blog – Secretary Sebelus Discusses Health Care Security’s–http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/01/08/secretar…