Address concept A and B in about 150 words each.

  1. Assignment Expectations:
    1. Address concept A and B in about 150 words each.
    2. You will be graded on how well you demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the concept, and critical thinking pertaining to the applicability of the concept to your professional practice. Points awarded will follow breakdown below.
    3. You will neither be required to, nor graded on responses to your peers. One posting will suffice.
  2. The Assignment: Given the readings and assignments in the course, identify and discuss two concepts or lessons learned that you believe will be most applicable to your professional discipline.
  3. Concept A (points 10/20):
    1. Identify /define (points 4/20): ……
    2. Your professional discipline: ……..
    3. How applicable (points 6/20): ……
  4. Concept B (points 10/20):
    1. Identify /define (points 4/20): ……
    2. Your professional discipline: ……..
    3. How applicable (points 6/20): ……

All information in the postings can be shared by all for the betterment of your project.


Module 1

Required Reading

Beaumont, R. (2001). Types of Health Information Systems. Retrieved from:

Cortes, P. (2011). Hospital Information Systems: A Study of Electronic Patient Records  JISTEM Journal of Information Systems Technology Management 8 (1). 

Fichman, R. (2011). The role of information systems in healthcare: Current research and future trends. Information Systems Research, 22 (3): 419–428. Retrieved from the Trident University Library.

VIDEO: Improving the Usability of Health Information Systems. Retrieved from:

Module 2

Required Reading

Boonstra, A. (2014). Implementing electronic health records in hospitals: A systematic literature review. BMC Health Services Research, 14(370). Retrieved from:

El-Sappagha, S. (2013).  A distributed clinical decision support system architecture . Journal of King Saud University Computer and Information Sciences, 26 (1) 69–78. Retrieved from:

Takhti, H. (2016). Impact of hospital information systems on patient care: Nurses’ perceptions. Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics, 6(4). Retrieved from:

VIDEO: Design and Impact of Health Information Systems. Retrieved from:

Module 3

Required Reading

Hung, S., Chen, C. & Wang, K. (2016). Critical success factors for the implementation of integrated healthcare information systems projects: An organizational fit perspective. Communication of the Association for Information Systems, 34 (39). Retrieved from:

Ngafeeson, M. (2014). Healthcare information systems opportunities and challenges. In Mehdi  Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Encyclopedia of information science and technology, third edition (pps. 258-267). IGI Global. Retrieved from:

Shahmoradi, L. (2016). Integration of health information systems to promote health. Iran Journal of Public Health. 45(8): 1096–1097. Retrieved from:

VIDEO: Healthcare Information Systems with Renee Pratt. Retrieved from:

Module 4

Required Reading

Ayatollahi, H. (2016). Confirmation of expectations and satisfaction with hospital information systems: A nursing perspective. Health Information Research, 22(4) 326–332. Retrieved from:

Karimia, F. (2014). Clinical information systems end user satisfaction: The expectations and needs congruencies effects. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 53:342–354. Retrieved from:

Kushniruk,, A. (2010). Increasing the safety of healthcare information systems through improved procurement: Toward a framework for selection of safe. Healthcare Quarterly, 13:53-58. Retrieved from:

VIDEO: Health Information Management at Houston Healthcare. Retrieved from:

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