Information Technology benefits for Healthcare Organization

Information Technology benefits for Healthcare Organization

Term Paper: The term paper will be about a topic of your choice that is related to I.S. or I.T. A brief, one-page, written proposal explaining this topic must be submitted for approval not later than 29 January. An annotated bibliography of the references supporting your paper will be submitted electronically by on 19 February. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to references (books, articles, and documents). Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph [don’t forget to evaluate the applicability of the source to your topic] called the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. (Olin and Uris Libraries, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853). The term paper may not be a resubmitted product from another course. Plan to keep the scope of this paper narrow and select a topic designed to expand on the information provided in class. Specifically, do not select material covered in the textbook. Sources will be less than seven (7) years old. Completed papers will be in 12-point type, double-spaced, and consist of not less than six or more than ten pages (excluding illustrations, graphs, charts, the cover sheet), and a reference list. Papers will be graded on applicability, content, logic, flow, proper APA style and citations.
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Miller, R. S. (2011). Electronic Health Record Certification in Oncology: Role of the        Certification Commission for Health Information Technology. Journal of Oncology     Practice7(4), 209–213.

Heo, E. Y., Hwang, H., Kim, E. H., Cho, E. Y., Lee, K. H., Kim, T. H., Yoo, S. (2012).   Comparing the Certification Criteria for CCHIT-Certified Ambulatory EHR with the        SNUBH’s EHR Functionalities. Healthcare Informatics Research18(1), 57–64.

Hoerbst, A., & Ammenwerth, E. (2010). Quality and Certification of Electronic Health Records:    An overview of current approaches from the US and Europe. Applied Clinical      Informatics1(2), 149–164.

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Every sector in the economy has moved away from the older methods of carrying out business to the digital age and so is the health industry which has adopted information technology in the management of all healthcare processes. Over the last two decades, the world…………………………..
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