Gigs D. Foster
Professor Tirzia York
August 28, 2013
Health Care Organizations have learned to depend on the organizations IT Department for many different technological answers especially when it comes to patients’ health care information. The world is forever changing moving more toward technology and taking the health care systems along with it. Most health care organizations have already moved into the direction of changing paper medical records into EMR. As with all new products and equipment, new products have to be tested and tested over again to make sure the new product is working properly. There is a system call the System Development Life Cycle which is a used by project manager to help with planning the development and implementation of the information system that meets the users requirements and which is completed on time and within the budgets constraints. (infolitic technology, 03/2013).
SDLC and How it Pertains to Custom Application and the Selection of Proprietary Systems The System Development Life Cycle is the process of planning, selecting, implementing, and evaluating a health care information system. Conceptual Planning is the first phase of the system development life cycle, in this phase, key individuals involved in the project or stakeholders defined the proposed system and determine the extent of project. The organization at this stage has to determine whether a new system is really needed, and if so is it financially possible at the current time. Once it has been determined that a new system is needed, the needs and requirements of the system user must be taken into account, then the IT Department has to developed all the requirements and work with the end users to label the systems health care requirements, the stakeholders will then establish a scope of project, and at that time the IT Department can sign off on the user requirements. Initially, developers create a