HSA 520 Final Exam Part 1

 A healthcare services organization may develop or adopt various types of cultures, including:
The main means of amassing data include:
An information-discovery culture ensures:
The majority of computerized patient record systems have capabilities to reject invalid data with the use of techniques including:
A key question to be answered by the CEO/CIO in a business plan might be:
As a trustworthy leader, the senior executive must have the ability to:
Because it is an art form, motivation requires that the CIO have special skills and elevated expertise, including:
Marketing strategy has to do with:
In a healthcare services organizational context, the mission, goals, and objectives of the health organization determine how:
Intranets and extranets are:
The Internet has facilitated the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to:
The digital divide stands to affect:
The 2006 Pew Internet and American Life Project survey found that the following users seek health information online in the United States:
A key high-profile enterprise software system that has emerged in the HMIS landscape is:
How can ERP software be used to facilitate data integration?
What has often been referred to as the "brain" or "heart" of a computer?
The deployment of e-commerce enterprise wide software, such as electronic data interchange (EDI) or Web services, are examples of:
New CHIN need to implement community management systems that operate from a central information hub that connects to:
Consolidation, sometimes purported as a “market-sheltering activity” occurs when:
One definition of community health information networks (CHIN) is:
Open systems, as characterized by the Internet, electronic data interchange (EDI), and extranets, offer:
Three categories of healthcare data are required, almost universally, by healthcare services
organizations for supporting their planning and decision-making activities, and one of these is:
One of several key benefits of using EHR, CPOE, and CDSS is that they allow direct sourcing and capturing of patient data, which can be used for important purposes, including:
Closely related to, and often functioning as part of, EHR, a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system is basically:
A Web-based PHR system will empower patients with:
Technically, most legacy systems were developed using different languages such as:
Language interoperability challenges include:
System interoperability has become critical for NpfIT or any large-scale HMIS to
share information. To this end, HMIS developers have used:
The traditional healthcare services organizations are expected to be transformed in the coming years, to include:
WSIHIS provides user interfaces that provide:
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