Determine how violating health regulations and laws regarding technology could impact the security
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Assignment: Laws Regarding Technology
C. Determine how violating health regulations and laws regarding technology could impact the security of the health information in the institution if these violations are not addressed. Be sure to support your response with examples.
III. Technology System Recommendations: In this final section of your final project, you will review the provided technology options and make informed recommendations to the organization regarding which technology it should choose.
A. Determine the needs of the various roles of the organization in a new technology. B. Recommend a new health information technology system that meets the following criteria. Be sure to justify how your recommendations meet
the criteria. The new health technology must: 1. Abide by provided health regulations and laws 2. Align with the needs of all staff members of the previously described organization 3. Ensure the ethical management and use of health information
C. Determine how the organization could more effectively invest its financial resources into the recommended technology system. Be sure to justify your response.
D. Determine how the organization could monitor the use of the new health information system. Be sure to justify your response. E. Determine how the organization could effectively invest its time into the implementation of the new health information technology system. Be
sure to justify your response.
Milestones Milestone One: Analyzing the Landscape/Setting the Scene In Module Three, you will submit a discussion of the history of healthcare information management/informatics and the current landscape in terms of technology. This milestone will set the stage for your project. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone One Rubric. Milestone Two: Moving Toward Compliance In Module Five, you will submit an analysis of how the company in the case study is noncompliant and the strategies (general, not specifics) to move them toward compliance. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Two Rubric. Milestone Three: Recommendations In Module Seven, you will submit your recommendations for technology for the institution and how it will be implemented. This milestone will be graded with the Milestone Three Rubric. Final Submission: Hal product. It should reflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course. This submission will be graded with the Final Project Rubric.
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