Project #196218 - Week 11 6600 final project

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Final Project: Health Information Systems–Recommendation for the Acquisition, Implementation, and Support of a Health Information System

PowerPoint Presentation: Health Information Technology to Address the Continuum of Care

Once choosing a scenario from the Learning Resources you will develop a PowerPoint presentation to provide an overview of how information technology will address issues in that organization(s)/setting. You understand that for such an expensive and complex recommendation, in-depth research must be conducted along with a high level leadership plan as to how you would recommend approaching the initiative along the Systems Development Lifecycle steps: 1) Acquire; 2) Plan for; 3) Implement; and 4) Support the technology solution.

In a 15- slide PowerPoint presentation, including extensive speaker notes and 5–6 peer reviewed references applied using APA Format:

  • Analyze the problems and opportunities that the technology is aimed to address in this organization(s)/setting
  • Critique any legal and/or regulatory concerns related to using technology in this organizations(s)/setting
  • Acquisition: Explain your recommended steps in the systematic evaluation and acquisition of the technology
    • SWOT summary
    • Vendor partner recommendations
    • Process to evaluate vendors
  • Planning: Develop a Project Charter for how you would plan for implementing this technology.
    • Scope of the project/program
    • Key stakeholders
    • Risks and mitigation plans
    • Financial justification
  • Implementation:
    • Change Management Strategy
    • Security and Privacy Plan
    • Data sharing, systems integration needs
    • Use of cost reducing emerging technology platforms
  • Support and sustainability:
    • Financial sustainment plan
    • End user technical support plan
    • Potential fit with emerging industry technologies
  • Briefly address any competitive advantage that this technology might provide for the selected organization(s)


Learning Resources

Required Readings

Byrom, B. (2015). Wearable tech boom advances to the brain. Applied Clinical Trials, 24(6/7), 6.

Note: Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Fortino, G., Di Fatta, G., Pathan, M., & Vasilakos, A. V. (2014). Cloud-assisted body area networks: State-of-the-art and future challenges. Wireless Networks, 20(7), 1925–1938.

Note: Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Safavi, S., & Shukur, Z. (2014). Conceptual privacy framework for health information on wearable device. PLoS One, 9(12), e114306.

Note: Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Sirovich, L. (2014). Genomic data and disease forecasting: Application to type 2 diabetes (T2D). PLoS One, 9(1), e85684.

Note: Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Stymiest, D. (2014). Smart money. American Hospital Association. Retrieved from

Smart Money by Stymiest, D., in Healthcare Facilities Management, January 3, 2014. Copyright 2014 by Health Forum. Reprinted by permission of Health Forum via the Copyright Clearance Center.

van Gorp, P., Comuzzi, M., Jahnen, A., Kaymak, U., & Middleton, B. (2014). An open platform for personal health record apps with platform-level privacy protection. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 51, 14–23.

Note: Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Chang, J. E., Brundage, S. C., Burke, G. C., & Chokshi, D. A. (2015). Convenient care: Retail clinics and urgent care centers in New York State. United Hospital Fund. Retrieved from


Palo Alto Software, Inc. (2015). Family medicine clinic business plan. Retrieved from


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