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Journal 1 (Due Date 17/03/2016) 600 words
You are working for a Health Care organization as an IS/IT Manager, which has a current Health Information Systems (HIS). The existing HIS has been implemented for several years and supports the core / operating business processes of the Health Care organization (APQC – Health Care Provider Process Classification Framework).
Your manager returns from a conference at which he was given a demonstration of the new version of the HIS which has smart handheld device capabilities. He is excited about this new technological development and asks you to research the feasibility of introducing smart handheld devices (e.g. smartphones).
Develop a strategic plan for the implementation of the new version of HIS with smart handheld devices which outlines the current and future state of the Health Care organization. Highlight specific CSF’s, business processes, value streams, business capabilities which will be affected by this change. Include in your journal a graphical representation of the information architecture both before and after the change.
1- Brief introduction to the problem/issue to be addressed and the purpose of the journal.
2- Providing a brief description of information system planning or one of the planning mythologies (BSP, CSF, Method/1, and SSM).
3- Providing a brief summary of strategic plan and their relevance to the health information
4- Highlight specific CSF`s, business processes, value streams, business capabilities which will be affected by this change.
5- Brief conclusion that shows the understanding of information system planning in the context of selected organization; and providing references.
Question Set #452
Word Count: 843 words including References File Format: Microsoft Word File Editable: Yes
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