What is Oracle Listener? How does it work and why is it needed?
What are some of the ethical, legal and security responsibilities health care organizations must address when they implement health care database? How does a regional health information organization (RHIO) or health information exchange (HIE) function? How do they actually exchange data? Should a health care organizat
Relational database: design strategies used for relational database models in health care organizations.
Please provide: A discussion of design strategies used for relational database models in health care organizations. An explanation of the role of relational database connectivity for a health care organization.
You have been hired by a mail-order company to install a backbone structure that will connect four LANs and provide a connection to the Internet. Select the backbone technology, cabling and devices, and price them using a resource. This company currently processes 100 orders per day. How will increases in the number of orders im
Identify the hardware and software requirements to connect between dissimilar EHR systems. Discuss the solutions that have been suggested by the Federal Government and private organizations
Describe the database life cycle and discuss why it is important in creating an EHR.
Please provide a detailed expkanation of the following concepts o An explanation of data warehouse concepts o The benefits of data mining o The hazards of data mining o Recommendations on managing benefits and minimizing hazards
Why is a database management system necessary for an EHR?
DQ3#1 Select one database design model (relational database model, data abstraction, object-oriented, and so on) and discuss the advantages that model would bring to health information technology applications.
Describe the data needs from the following perspectives: - Provider - Payer - Public health - Consumer/patient
General Question 1.) Recently had a DDoS attack on border router (Health Care Environment). How would you determine where the attack came from and what would you put in place to prevent it from happening again? 2.) What is the important of Honeypot's on the network. Explain the answer step by step. Please reply as
There is a host of sociological and cultural research that paints a robust picture of the effects of globalization on culture. This Application focuses on the flows of culture between Western and developing nations. As a practitioner in this global environment, you should be familiar with these culture effects. Use newspaper
In 600-700 words original only please with at least three references help with the following Assume that you have been asked to consult for a company that has branch offices in four continents. You have implemented a management information system that will enable its managers to exchange information about various company acti
Prepare an evaluation plan of implemented telehealth security measures for delivery of health care information between patient and provider.
Develop an end user training program with emphasis on security for telehealth between patient and health care provider focusing on email delivery of information.
How can we test the security of software? What is software security indeed? With Scholarly References. Warm Regards.
First national banks' president congratulates you on successfully managing her network's addressing issues. She then shares the information that she's about to make an offer to buy Monroe's other banks, Metropolitan savings. She's worried that the two bank's network won't integrate easily. She isn't sire what kind of servers or
Describe an informatics problem or improvement with security of emails and other electronic delivery of health information between provider and patient.
Discuss differences between point-to-point and end-to-end security models and security problems they address. Are they redundant? Can you properly secure your site using only one of them? What is the drawback of using end-to-end security? Provide examples and arguments to support your viewpoint. With Referencing.
What is the purpose of Single-Sign-On? What are the components of distributed SSO infrastructure? Provide few examples and possibly compare them. With Scholarly References.
Describe important needs for technical representation of email security for healthcare information to be accessed from provider to patient using password encryption.
What are downfalls of a steering committee? What security issues with informatics systems might steering committees encounter?
Find a commercial or shareware product, describe how it works, and discuss its security. With scholarly quotations and references.
The final security measure my organization implements well is monitoring internet usage by limiting the access for most employees to search websites that are not related to the organization. With having mainly intranet connections the chances for spyware, malware, and viruses are to a minimum. Even wireless computers and hand he
What operational control problems could develop based on informatics reporting relationships?
Describe the differences between application software and support software. Provide an example of each. 200 word min for each example
What would be anxample scenario for a database (i.e. customer, orders, suppliers). What entities would be involved? What would the primary keys of each of the entities be and why? Please explain this and provide examples.
In many ways, security of EHR data is tougher than when everything was stored in paper format. Consider, I cannot walk out of a practice with 50,000 patient records in paper format, but if I had access, I could easily download 50,000 complete patient records to a flash drive, drop it in my shirt pocket, and walk out without anyo
If we learned anything from Hurricane Katrina and its impact on the city of Joplin, it's that paper records are susceptible to loss en masse. Can you imagine having 50,000 paper records blown for miles across Joplin and trying to reconstruct those records later - much less the HIPAA privacy issues? What are your thoughts?
Describe difficulty with passwords and provide solutions that will protect private information. For example, fingerprint recognition.