Healthcare

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Please read the instructions carefully and answer the question exactly as required...I  need A++

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Thanks Part 1 Outline 1. Description of the challenge a. background 2. Scope statement . 3. High-level objectives of a solution that addresses the specific factors listed in the description of the scenario . 4. Resource needs . 5. Implementation constraints . 6. Stakeholder needs and potential impacts . 7. Summary account of the knowledgeable expert’s role in the project . Health Care Challenge Project: You are required to reach out to, and collaborate with, a “knowledgeable expert” of their choice, outside of class, who will recommend research sources, serve as a sounding board, and otherwise provide input, feedback, and support as agreed with the student. Selecting and collaborating with a knowledgeable expert is a required research activity, and each team member must complete this activity. Scenarios The Challenge Project invites students to develop an innovative solution to solve a national or global health care challenge. Students will select one scenario (This is the scenario I selected : Aggregating Consumer Health Data) The scenario is based on real challenge for which government agencies, nongovernment organizations, trade groups, and other stakeholders seek the collaboration of public and private sector participants to devise solutions to pressing issues in health care, using prizes to promote innovation. The challenges reflected in the list of scenarios were adapted from posts on platforms such as www.challenge.gov (Links to an external site.) , which is administered by the U.S. General Services Administration in partnership with ChallengePost. This, and other similar platforms, are used by federal government offices, e.g., the National Coordinator for HIT, multiple agencies within the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, and other government entities, to solicit collaborative problem-solving with the private sector. In addition to the learning objectives that follow, and the specific factors that are unique to the chosen scenario, students should maintain a clear line of sight to the attributes of the Learning Health System envisioned by the Institute of Medicine, and consider how their proposed solution contributes to it. Goals Through successful completion of this project, students will be able to: • Formulate proactive strategies for navigating a fundamental shift to patientcentric health care, information management, and use. • Develop solutions that balance competing interests and ethical principles inherent in the health care enterprise. • Ensure compliance with governing legal and regulatory requirements. • Navigate changing societal norms, paradigms, and perspectives. • Apply HIT tools and informatics to drive efficiency, access, safety, and quality improvement for both public and individual health. Challenge 5: Aggregating Consumer Health Data Background The transformative power of digital platforms, the evolution of the Internet of Things, and growing interest in the “quantification of self” movement are all credited with sparking consumers’ interest in understanding and tracking their own bodies and activities. In this environment, health and wellness information is not confined to health care providers’ records systems. A great deal of potentially valuable data is generated by patients and consumers themselves, outside of clinical settings and collected by personal tools including wearable devices, sensors, and smartphones. Unleashing the real value of this patient-generated data requires applications with the ability to capture the full array of consumer and patient health data, regardless of where it is collected. These applications must be able to integrate and consolidate this data, which is being collected continuously and not just during scheduled medical appointments. The lack of interoperability between electronic health record (EHR) systems continues to pose a significant barrier. Enabling data to move between vendor systems at different providers, and to third-party applications for direct access by consumers, presents a use case that would enable patients to play a more active and empowered role in managing their own health. Facilitating the seamless movement of data so it follows the patient from one provider to another is a primary goal of the transition to EHR systems. Your Challenge Your task is to envision and propose a plan that describes the ideal attributes and functionality that should frame the development of third-party, consumerfacing applications to aggregate consumer and patient data. You will describe your strategy for achieving the free flow of a patient’s data among multiple health care providers using different EHR systems. Your solution will clarify what needs to be done so consumers and patients can conveniently, and electronically, access their health information from these disparate vendor systems. You will report on the status of HIT systems interoperability and its impact on the evolution of patient-centered care. Your proposed application will include a strategy for integrating patient-generated data collected by health, wellness, and fitness applications, including wearable devices and sensors, which consumers and patients use directly. Share your strategy for enabling individuals to aggregate all their health-related data in one place, under their control. You will apply knowledge of HIT and informatics to address obstacles that must be resolved so the potential of patient-generated data can be maximized. Identify and discuss cultural and social changes related to this challenge, as well as relevant, and potentially competing, ethical principles of concern to individuals, their health care providers, and other stakeholders. Your proposed solution should consider factors that include, but are not limited to, the following: • Status of interoperability among EHRs • The role of application program interfaces (APIs), including Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard • Use cases that enable patient engagement and empowerment • User experience considerations • Potential value of U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ “Meaningful Use” attestation data on most frequently reported HIT developer systems used in both eligible professional and hospital settings • Testing with patients and in production settings • Logistics of availability to consumers through various modes e.g., mobile web, iOS Store, or Android Stores Compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including those safeguarding consumer privacy and data security

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