Information System Briefing

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Information System Briefing
Jennifer Randall
HCS/483
April 17, 2012
Calethia Williams, MSHCM
Information System Briefing

In today’s modernized society, health care organizations rely heavily on information systems. Information technology has improved tremendously over the years, becoming a major advantage to the health care industry. With proper planning, development, and management, information technology can bring about countless efficiency in structural maneuvers. With the constant changes in technology, a health care organization must stay up-to-date on technology and the lasted trends that offer the best patient care possible. Information systems designed for health care industries must help the organization meet the standards and qualities set by the health care industry for the success of the organization (Ruffin, 1995). This briefing will explain the selection method for an information system in the health care industry, how the organization’s goals determine the selection of an information system, and the roles of the stakeholders. Before launching the selecting and acquiring process for an information system, the organization must determine what type of system they need. Health information systems are very complex and diverse systems, it must provide both information and guidance to the organizations. It is important that the organization looks at the different information systems to determine which system will benefit the organizations goals. Health information systems cover a diverse set of applications (Ruffin, 1995). These systems include: Hospital information systems, Nursing information systems, Clinical research systems, Clinical decision support systems, Medical education systems, Health assessment systems, Electronic health record systems, laboratory information systems, radiology, pharmacy systems, patient monitoring systems, bibliographic retrieval systems, and office systems (Wager, Lee, & Glaser, 2009)....
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