Evaluate strengths and liabilities of health information systems.
Evaluation of an Information System Change Details Attempt 1Available Attempt 2NotAvailable Attempt 3NotAvailable Toggle Drawer Overview Write a 3â€“4 page evaluation report analyzing the frameworks for evaluating the impact of an information system and system change. Create an Excel or Word table evaluation plan for the project. Record an audio memo of 3 minutes or fewer to explain your plan to stakeholders. Note: Each assessment in this course builds on the work you completed in the previous assessment. Therefore, you must complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are presented. With any new or changed system, you should be working to ensure that the information system has functionality in the form of interoperability and integration of information. As part of the evaluation process, you should assess the interoperability and integration of system information. You will present these findings for the stakeholders to acknowledge and confirm. SHOW LESS By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
Competency 1: Evaluate strengths and liabilities of health information systems. Define three evaluation framework components that are relevant and appropriate for an organizational information system change project. Create a comprehensive evaluation plan for an organizational information system change project that lays out framework components, measurements, frequency of measurements, and rationale for measurements as aligned to specific project goals.
Competency 2: Incorporate project management principles into nursing informatics. Summarize the evidence-based rationale and specific actions that will be undertaken as part of the evaluation of an organizational information system change project for stakeholders.
Competency 3: Communicate as a practitioner-scholar, consistent with the expectations of a nursing professional. Appropriately address all components of the assignment prompt, using the assignment description to structure text. Support main points, assertions, arguments, conclusions, or recommendations with relevant and credible evidence. Communicate orally in a clear and concise manner, which helps to clarify key information and expectations for stakeholders in a presentation of 3 or fewer minutes.
Part 1: Evaluation Report For this part of your submission, you will define the three types of framework components. One is related to quality of information that is generated by the information system change, the second relates to the effects on outcomes of quality care due to the system change, and the third is the structural quality of the system with the change (Garcia-Dia, 2019, p. 376). One way to organize this report is as follows: When defining the quality of information framework include: The development of completeness or correctness of data. User satisfaction with the system. Patient privacy that is incorporated into the systemâ€™s information. Patient satisfaction with the system. When defining outcomes of quality care framework include: Efficiency with the use of the system. Appropriateness of care with the use of the system. When defining the structural quality framework include: Organizational support given to the system. Effectiveness of hardware for the use of the system. Effectiveness of software when using the system. Overall functionality of the system.
Part 2: Evaluation Plan Table For this part of your submission, you will design an evaluation plan to monitor the system changes (Garcia-Dia, 2019, p. 379). You will use the goals that you defined as part of your implementation plan as a starting point for constructing your table. One way to organize your table is as follows: First Column: Goals from the implementation plan. Second Column Framework component or components (defined in Part 1) that best fit each goal. Third Column Define at least two measurements for each goal. Fourth Column Define the frequency of measurement.