Ethical issues Power point presentation

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Powerpoint presentation: use presenter notes to expand . (12 slides max) .

Slide one--Name etc

Slide two-Intro to presentation

Slide three--1st scenario

Slide four--how to address scenario

slide five--second scenario

slide six--how to address

slide seven--third scenario

Slide eight--how to address

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DHP Task 2 (1116) A. Multimedia presentation A1. https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/ 113959839 A1a. https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/ 113959884 A1b. https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/ 113960437 Not Evident A multimedia presentation is not provided. Approaching Competence The multimedia presentation is provided but does not include presenter notes, or does not include introductory and closing slides. The presentation lacks cohesive organization and flow. The presentation’s components (e.g., text, graphics, multimedia, presenter notes, and introductory and closing slides) are not relevant to the content of the presentation or are not appropriate for the given audience. Three ethical issues are not The discussion identifies 3 provided, or a discussion is not relevant issues in HIM but provided. does not logically describe the reasonable ethical challenges that may occur as a result of these issues. An explanation is not provided, The explanation does not or the explanation does not logically discuss why each of reference the 3 challenges the 3 challenges described in from part A. part A can pose concerns in the HIM profession. An explanation is not provided, The explanation includes or the explanation does not ineffective solutions for reference the 3 challenges addressing each of the 3 from part A. identified ethical challenges in part A, or the solutions are poorly supported by the Competent The multimedia presentation is well organized, logical, professional, and easy to follow. The presentation components (e.g., text, graphics, multimedia, presenter notes, and introductory and closing slides) are relevant to the content of the presentation and appropriate for the given audience. The discussion identifies and logically describes 3 relevant issues in HIM and describes reasonable ethical challenges that may occur as a result of these issues. The explanation logically discusses why each of the 3 challenges described in part A can pose concerns in the HIM profession. The explanation includes effective solutions for addressing each of the 3 identified ethical challenges in part A. The solutions are well supported by the AHIMA Code A2. https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/ 113960437 Discussion questions are not provided. B. https://lrps.wgu.edu/provision/ 71484321 The submission does not include in-text citations and references according to APA style for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized. https://my.wgu.edu/group/wgustudentv3/cos?courseVersionId=573& amp;topic=13481https://lrps.w gu.edu/provision/27641407 Content is unstructured, is disjointed, or contains pervasive errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar. Vocabulary or tone is unprofessional or distracts from the topic. AHIMA Code of Ethics. Some, but not all, of the discussion questions are provided. The questions are irrelevant to the presentation or will be ineffective in stimulating student discussion. The submission includes intext citations and references for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized but does not demonstrate a consistent application of APA style. Content is poorly organized, is difficult to follow, or contains errors in mechanics, usage, or grammar that cause confusion. Terminology is misused or ineffective. of Ethics. Three discussion questions are provided. The questions are relevant to the presentation and will be effective in stimulating student discussion. The submission includes intext citations and references for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized and demonstrates a consistent application of APA style. Content reflects attention to detail, is organized, and focuses on the main ideas as prescribed in the task or chosen by the student. Terminology is pertinent, is used correctly, and effectively conveys the intended meaning. Mechanics, usage, and grammar promote accurate interpretation and understanding. ...
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Doctor_Ralph
School: UIUC

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Healthcare Information
Management
Name
Institution
Course
Date

Introduction


Health Information Management is designed on a complex, fragmented, and disparate
system.



Many stakeholders regard HIM as being out of touch with the current dynamics in the
healthcare environment.



Equally, the vendors of HIM systems have come up with idiosyncratic systems using
formats, codes and design language that are proprietary, rather than relying on opensourced models or common standards.



Conversely, healthcare organizations have also developed their HIM systems to meet the
local and proprietary needs.



Today, there is no value attached to the quality of care provided by HIM.



Consequently, HIM faces numerous issues and changes that pose ethical concerns to its
use in healthcare delivery.

Scenario One


Confidentiality and privacy


Difficulty in maintaining privacy and confidentiality of patient’s health
information



As healthcare organizations strive to observe integrity and confidentiality,
they reduce the current of information in the HIM, thus limiting health
information.



Information relating to the cost and performance of clinicians is always
attached to the personal medical records which are private and confidential
(Houser, Tesch, Hart-Hester & Dixon-Lee, 2009).



Data on the diverse cultural background of the patient is also lacking due to
the privacy concerns attributed to this information.

Solution to the


st
1

Scenario

Solution


The consumers of HIM should be provided with decision support tools to facilitate
the provision of informed consent to HIM users.



The consumers must be provided with information relating to clinician
performance and the value of their services.



The HIM must provide more information to the consumers that its use enhances
the quality of care and an assurance that it would uphold patient privacy and
confidentiality (Nijhawan, Janodia, Muddukrishna, et al., 2013).



A standardized data collection tool should be provided to help patients measure
priority performance.



The focus should be put towards the demographic data of the performance of
healthcare systems.

Scenario Two


Difficulty of integration


HIM faces the challenge of integrating medical records from different service providers to
facilitate continuity of patient records.



The huge financial implications attributed to the implementation of HIM pits short-term
imperatives of the healthcare to multilayer project.



Thus, developing a large complex, efficient, and sophisticate HIM capable of interconnecting
various healthcare providers is difficult.



The data on patients’ health and the various HIM systems used by different health providers are
incompatible in terms of settings and time of use (Houser, Tesch, Hart-Hester & Dixon-Lee, 2009).



For instance, the Him relating to maternal health is designed to enhance care coordination among
caregivers and across a wide geographical area, thus lag behind other HIM systems.



There is no interoperability and integration of HIM to clinical systems of external providers.

Solutions to the


nd
2

Scenario

Solutions


Efforts should be...

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