Analyze the computer components and technologies being used to support the development of healthcare and management of health data and information.

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Course outcomes addressed in this Assignment:

HI300-1: Describe the phases and activities in the systems development life cycle.

Instructions:

This week you learned about fundamentals of the electronic information system. One way to learn something is to teach that concept to someone else. For this Assignment, you will design and construct a Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation that highlights different areas of the chapter as if you were going to be teaching this to new HIT students coming into your facility. In addition to the concepts from the chapter reading, you will also include tips to effectively facilitate teamwork and conduct meetings. You will present this PowerPoint in a training session for new HIT students. Please include the following topics in your presentation:

  • Basic Concepts and Types of Information Systems
  • Decision Support Systems
  • System Development Life Cycle
  • Information Architecture and Cloud Computing
  • Types of Software
  • Network Architecture

Please dedicate at least three slides to each topic. Your presentation must have at least 15–20 slides. Please use the notes section to clarify anything that might be confusing and anything that needs elaboration such as definitions.

Requirements:

This Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar, punctuation, etc.). Your writing should be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as original and insightful. The resources used (including your text) should be properly cited. Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics.


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can you check please if you need more as I followed the main instruction

Analyze the computer components and technologies
being used to support the development of healthcare
and management of health data and information.
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Submission date: 23-Apr-2018 11:16AM (UT C-0400)
Submission ID: 952001428
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Analyze the computer components and technologies being used to support the development of
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BASIC CONCEPTS AND TYPES OF INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
• An information system refers to a set of interrelated computer driven components that all function
towards the attainment of a common goal.
• The primary role of an information system focuses on the automation of the underlying processes that a
company undertakes.
• Such organizations may only achieve such automation levels after the implementation of the most
appropriate computer systems.
• The basic concepts of information systems focus on the explanation of the primary tasks that form the
core of the organization in context.

CONCEPTS OF INFORMATION SYSTEM

• The first concept of information systems include the capturing aspect of the respective data.
• Since every organization deals with its own type of information, it requires a different set of information
system.
• After capturing of data, the information systems store it on the respective and set up databases.

• Data manipulation stands out as the other important concept of information systems.
• Finally, the last concept of information system includes the reports generated that aid in the decision
making processes.

TYPES OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
• Dependi...

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