1. Create a table that lists the benefits to the patient and to the hospital of an enterprise system for patient medical information and for patient prescriptions and related medical therapies. Enterprise system | Benefits to the patient | Benefits to the hospital | Patient medical information | * Each patient will be identified and treated individually * It can provide more effective and professional treatment to patients * It became more efficient | * All those information will be collected accurately and completely * They can share patient’s information about their medical history * Treatment will become more efficient | Patient prescription | * Doctors may have a better understanding of their curing situation * Reduce time and save money * Decrease the risk of improper treatment | * It will save time in service delivery * It will reduce mistakes in treating patient and the total cost of health care * It also can Avoid some preventable errors | Related medical therapies | * Patients can save their time * Target more specific therapies for patients * It has the low-cost options among potential treatment strategies | * Previous therapies may help doctors to improve their current therapies. * Increase hospital image * Provide more complete treatment |
2. List the challenges faced by Partners in implementing an enterprise-wide electronic medical records system.
* There is not a standardized of patients’ information * Without a standard, it is hard to manage those categories of artifacts * The quality of patients ‘data is low and it is not complete integrity of their files * They must provide some training for employees to learn and familiar with this system * They must make a hardware chose, built the networking and face to the capacity problem
3. What are the operational IT/MIS challenges and benefits posed by the systems now in