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Transactional Interactions & Data Management

1.You are the CIO leading a KM committee for a large multi-specialty physician group practice. What dimensions of KM performance will you recommend that your committee routinely monitor for the group practice? Please provide a few practical examples of measures for each dimension.

2.As hospital CIO, how would you go about tracking and reporting the variability and reliability of estimates made through your systems? How does this relate to Dr. Deming's work on common causes and special causes?

3. Read the below articles and answer the questions.
http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2009/11/48440-implementing-electronic-medical-records/fulltext

http://www.medcitynews.com/2010/10/14-tips-for-implementing-electronic-medical-records/

You are the CIO of a community hospital in the U.S. Northwest. Your hospital senior management team has reached the decision to implement a complete electronic medical records (EMR) system for the facility. While there is good support from some of the younger doctors on staff, many of the senior physicians are expressing reluctance to work on the EMR system. What steps will you take to optimize your chances for success in implementing the new EMR system?

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1.You are the CIO leading a KM committee for a large multi-specialty physician group practice. What dimensions of KM performance will you recommend that your committee routinely monitor for the group practice? Please provide a few practical examples of measures for each dimension.

As a CIO leading a KM committee the for a large multispecialty physician group practice, the first dimension that I will address is the transactional level of patient interaction. The first level is to accustom with the patients and have a close relationship with the patients. Another dimension that should be addressed is data management. Data management of the patients and keeping of their records are essentials for the hospitals and the physicians. The organizational and technical tasks concerning with the planning, storage, and provision of data for both computer personnel and end users is very important for the well being of the physician group. The data administration can serve a planning and analysis function. It may be responsible for data planning, accountability. policy development, and support. The design of a data architecture of the organization can be useful for physician practices. The information infrastructures provie means for all possible types of data processing open to different use.

The KM triangle addressed that each side of knowledge management ( KM) represents the investment made for each dimension. One of the dimension of the KM is tools for ...

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856 words address the transactional level of patient interaction and data management from the view of a CIO at a large multispecialty physician group practice.

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