HSA 520 Midterm Part 2
Critical success factor (CSF): Developing an HMSISP will facilitate an organization in identifying how they can use information systems to: What does accountability mean? Prior to determining the appropriate HMIS that need to be implemented, it is necessary to identify the: Data flow diagrams (DFSs) are: The business information analysis and integration technique (BIAIT) addresses top management requirements by: Tools and techniques that are appropriate for one set of circumstances may not be appropriate for others. Which of the following does not need to be taken into consideration when choosing an appropriate methodology? Early computer applications were typically designed without adequate analysis and planning. As HMIS evolved, what type of approach became increasingly necessary? Which of the following is not a risk for accurate and repeatable entry and updates processes? How is business intelligence, a major component of data stewardship, defined? Which of the following is not one of the essential steps of HMIS implementation? How is quality, a major component of data stewardship, defined? Training modules focused on the systems, and not the operational, perspective is called? The critical path of a project is the: Minor issues that do not warrant top management consideration can be delegated to middle managers, who can oversee these issues or control them with inputs from top management on an ad hoc basis during the actual implementation. In which of the following situations should top management get involved? It is important to acknowledge that most information needs demand a certain amount of flexibility and all, but one of the following supplied to the user. What are training modules focused on the operational aspects called? Out of the following list, which is not a reason that underpins the slow automation of medical records? The read coding system representing healthcare concepts is described as: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted on August 21, 1996, by the U.S. Congress to accelerate the development of data standards to improve: What information, precisely, is HIPAA protecting? Social and cultural barriers to e-health adoption are: Tele-monitoring, one of the major current categories of telemedicine, refers to: E-health is considered to be a service with positive externalities that will bring values to the society. The positive externalities of e-health can be derived from two major sources: Tele-consultation is the type of telemedicine that can occur in: What are primary barriers for innovation diffusion in the healthcare sector wearable monitoring device technology? Within the context of general systems theories, a closed system is referred to as: There are key benefits that can be gained from the acceptance and diffusion of medical and healthcare information and decision support technologies. Which listing below is not one of those key benefits? What is the best mitigation approach for the barrier identified for effective HMIS use and diffusion referred to as: cultural resistance to algorithms and management systems among physicians? What are primary benefits of the clinical reminder systems?
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