HI300-2: Classify database technologies and healthcare information systems used to manage data and information.PC 3.2: Interact with others in a professional manner using appropriate communication and presentation skills.Information Governance Considerations within a Healthcare SettingPlease complete all parts in a Microsoft Word document.Assignment RequirementsThe body of your document should be at least 1000 words in length.Quoting should be less than 10% of the entire paper. Paraphrasing is necessary.Students must cite and reference at least 4 credible sources from the Library.Visit the Academic Success Center: Writing Center to assist you with meeting APA expectations for written assignments.InstructionsImagine that you are the Director of Health Information for a large hospital. As Director, you sit on various institution-wide committees which govern the organization’s policies. You have seen issues arise that cause you to propose changes in policies, procedures and operations across the hospital. Therefore, you have decidedto create a proposal to the CEO and Board of Directors, which you will develop in collaboration with committee teams. Please follow the instructions below in completion of this assignment.PartInstructions1Select two (2) applications/systems for clinical classification and coding (e.g., encoders, computer assisted coding (CAC), etc.) and appraise each vendor in terms of (1) capacity to evaluate quality coding practices, (2) possible implementation considerations/issues, and (3) systems management challenges and training needs. Provide support for one system that you find as the “best option” with rationale.2Consider the principles and applications of classification systems (e.g., ICD-10, HCPCS) and medical record auditing used within a clinical documentation improvement (CDI) program. Appraise the value and challenges of a quality CDI program by defending the need for ongoing CDI program support and critique at least two (2) challenges in the CDI process. Make connections between auditing, accurate diagnostic and procedural coding with classification systems, and CDI programs. Your executive summary should reflect upon the need for CDI and best practices for ensuring compliance.3Critique one interoperability issue that is possible within the health information exchange (HIE) (e.g., patient identity matching). Appraise at least two (2) best practices that address the issue.4Evaluate at least two (2) health information systems (HIS) and two (2) data storage designs (e.g., onsite, cloud). Select the best HIS and data storage design for disaster recovery purposes. Indicate your selections with rationale.5Evaluate at least two (2) managerial challenges related to clinical indices, databases, and registries from the perspective of a hospital’s health information management function. Recommend at least two (2) best practices or policies related to the management of secondary data sources.6With respect to data warehousing, appraise at least two (2) approaches in data warehouse design that supports quality data management from varying sources, processing/storage of data throughout the warehouse model, and meaningful output into the presentation layer. Summarize your recommendations in the executive summary.7Analyze data and information from the point of creation or collection, through the management, storage, and transformation into information and duration of its required retention period. Minimum Submission RequirementsThis Assessment should be a Microsoft Word document (minimum 1200 words), including a title and reference pages.Respond to the questions in a thorough manner, providing specific examples of concepts, topics, definitions, and other elements asked for in the questions. Your submission should be highly organized, logical, and focused.Your submission must be written in Standard English and demonstrate exceptional content, organization, style, and grammar and mechanics.Your submission should provide a clearly established and sustained viewpoint and purpose.Your writing should be well ordered, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful.A separate page at the end of your submission should contain a list of references, in APA format. Use your textbook, the Library, and the internet for research.Be sure to cite both in-text and reference list citations where appropriate and reference all sources. Your sources and content should follow proper APA citation style. Review the writing resources for APA formatting and citation found in Academic Tools. Additional writing resources can be found within the Academic Success Center.Your submission should:include a cover sheet/title page;be double-spaced;be typed in Times New Roman, 12 -point font;include correct citationsbe written in Standard English with no spelling or punctuation errors; andinclude correct references at the bottom of the last page.HI300M2 Competency Assessment RubricAll competency criteria must be met to earn a B grade and pass this Course Outcome. A predefined number of mastery criteria must be met to earn an A grade, indicating mastery of the Course Outcome. See the CLA and Grade Criteria Chart below.*If work submitted for this Competency Assessment does not meet the minimum submission requirements, it will be returned without being scored.METNOT YET METAPPLICATIONS FOR CLINICAL CLASSIFICATION AND CODINGCompetencySelects and briefly discusses two vendor applications/systems for clinical classification and coding.Appraises both vendor application systems for capacity to evaluate quality coding practices; possible implementation considerations/issues; and systems management challenges and training needs. Provides support for one system that is the “best option” with rationale.DIAGNOSTIC AND PROCEDURAL CODINGCompetencyAppraises the challenges of a quality CDI program by defending the need for ongoing CDI program support.Critiques at least three challenges in the CDI process.MasteryRecommends a CDI program and defines best approach for implementation of the CDI program.Critiques at four or more challenges in the CDI process.INFORMATION INTEROPERABILITY AND INFORMATION EXCHANGECompetencyCritiques one interoperability issue that is possible within the health information exchange.Appraises three best practices that address that issue.HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA STORAGE DESIGNSCompetencyEvaluates three health information systems.Evaluates three data storage designs.Selects the best health information system and data storage design for disaster recovery purposes indicating rationale.CLINICAL INDICES/DATABASES/REGISTRIESCompetencyEvaluates three managerial challenges related to clinical indices, databases and registries from a HIM perspective.Recommends three best practices of policies related to the management of secondary data sources.PRESENT ELECTRONIC DATACompetencyAppraises at least two approaches in data warehouse design that supports quality management from varying sources, processing/storage of data throughout the warehouse model.Presents output into a meaningful presentation.Summarizes their recommendations in an executive summary.CLA and Grade Criteria ChartCRITERIACLA ScoreGradePointsMeets all competency criteria and at least 1 mastery criteria5A1000Meets all competency criteria 4B850Meets 12–14 competency criteria3Not Yet Competent*0Meets 9–11 competency criteria2Not Yet Competent*0Meets 1–8 competency criteria1Not Yet Competent*0Meets 0 competency criteria0Not Yet Competent*0No submissionNANot Yet Competent*0*Not Yet Competent grades convert to an F at term end
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