CIS 450 Module 3 Assignment & Discussion

CIS 450 Module 3 Assignment & Discussion

CIS 450 Module 3 Assignment: Electronic Record-Keeping in Healthcare

For this week’s assignment you will be taking an inventory of the information systems in your organization. To complete the assignment, you might need to contact other departments. Based on what you have learned so far in this course, create a 15-20 slide PowerPoint presentation that addresses each of the following points/questions. Be sure to completely answer all the questions for each bullet point. Use clear headings that allow your professor to know which bullet you are addressing on the slides in your presentation. Support your content with at least three (3) scholarly citations using APA citations throughout your presentation. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for the presentation. Include a slide for your references at the end. Follow best practices for PowerPoint presentations related to text size, color, images, effects, wordiness, and multimedia enhancements. Review the rubric criteria for this assignment.

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  1. Differentiate between electronic health record (EHR), electronic medical record (EMR), and personal health record (PHR)
  2. Differentiate between clinical information systems (CIS) and administrative information systems (AIS)
  3. What systems are currently being utilized at your organization?
  4. If you had to rate the information-technology status of your organization, what score would you give them?

Identify two strength and two weaknesses of the current information-technology being used.

M3 Assignment UMBO – 5

M3 Assignment PLG – 3

M3 Assignment CLO – 4, 5

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Also read: CIS 450 Module 4 Implementation of New Systems

Instructions & SpecificationsSubmissionsRubric

Start by reading and following these instructions:
  1. Study the required chapter(s) of the textbook and any additional recommended resources. Some answers may require you to do additional research on the Internet or in other reference sources. Choose your sources carefully.
  2. Consider the discussion and the any insights you gained from it.
  3. Review the assignment rubric and the specifications below to ensure that your response aligns with all assignment expectations.
  4. Create your assignment submission and be sure to cite your sources, use APA style as required, and check your spelling.
The following specifications are required for this assignment:

Length: 15-20 slides in length, not including title, objective, or reference slides. Speaker notes are required to explain the information presented in the slides.

Structure: Include a title slide, objective slide, content slides, reference slide in APA format.  Title/Objective/Reference slides do not count towards the minimum slide count for this assignment.

References: Use the appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. Include at least three (3) scholarly sources to support your claims.

Rubric: This assignment uses a rubric for scoring. Please review it as part of your assignment preparation and again prior to submission to ensure you have addressed its criteria at the highest level.

Format: Save your assignment as a Power Point document (.ppt or .pptx) or a PDF document (.pdf)

File name: Name your saved file according to your first initial, last name, and the module number (for example, “RHall Module1.pptx”)

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Module 3 Assignment Rubric V1

Undergrad PowerPoint Assignment Rubric v1
Does Not Meet 0%
Approaches 60%
Meets 70%
Exceeds 100%
Criterion Score
Criterion: Content/Quality of Information Weight: 40%
0 points
Topic is inappropriate to assignment, not based on scholarly information (if required), unclear and difficult to understand, no hyperlinks to credible sites; did not include required assignment components; slide notes missing (if required).

24 points
Topic is mostly covered and appropriate to assignment, but not based on scholarly information (if required); mostly clear and understandable; may contain hyperlinks to non-credible sites; some of required assignment components are present; minimal use of slide notes (if required).

28 points
Good coverage of topic and appropriate to assignment; sound, research-based (if required) information; clear and understandable; hyperlinks to credible sites; all required assignment components are accurate and present; slide notes used appropriately (if required).

40 points
In-depth coverage of topic and assignment components; outstanding clarity of information; detailed slide notes ensure all required content is well explained (if required).

Score of Criterion: Content/Quality of Information Weight: 40%,/ 40
Criterion: Presentation Weight: 20%
0 points
Unattractive; difficult to interpret; poor color choice and slide contrast; slide presentation unorganized; slide effects detract from the content; missing slide headings or sub-headings (if required for organization purposes); missing title/reference slides.

12 points
Attractive but somewhat difficult to interpret; somewhat pleasing contrast between text and background, slide presentation may be somewhat disorganized; transitions and slide effects detract from the content; may be missing title or reference slides; included slide headings/sub-headings may detract from presentation.

14 points
Attractive; easy to interpret, pleasing colors with strong contrast between text and background, slide presentation organized, good use of transitions and slide effects which enhance the presentation; both title and reference slides are present. Slide headings/sub-headings are used appropriately to organize the presentation.

20 points
Excellent use of transitions and effects that enhance the presentation. Presentation is organized and designed for maximum impact of content.

Score of Criterion: Presentation Weight: 20%,/ 20
Criterion: Use of Multimedia, Graphics, Diagrams, and/or Illustrations Weight: 30%
0 points
Does not include required multimedia, graphics, diagrams, and/or illustrations or they are irrelevant to topic or detract from slide content or presentation as a whole.

18 points
Required multimedia, graphics, diagrams, and/or illustrations are generally relevant but some may not appropriately support the slide content.

21 points
Required multimedia, graphics, diagrams, and/or illustrations are highly relevant and acceptably support the slide content; sized and positioned appropriately.

30 points
Required multimedia, graphics, diagrams, and/or illustrations add clarity and sophistication to the presentation content; they improve the effectiveness of the presentation.

Score of Criterion: Use of Multimedia, Graphics, Diagrams, and/or Illustrations Weight: 30%,/ 30
Criterion: Writing, Mechanics, and APA Weight: 10%
0 points
Style is inappropriate or does not address given audience, purpose, etc. Inconsistent grammar, spelling, and punctuation; APA format and style are not evident throughout the presentation.

6 points
Style is somewhat appropriate to given audience and purpose. Repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language, sentence structure, and/or word choice are present. There are missing APA elements or some are incorrectly formatted throughout the presentation.

7 points
Style is appropriate to the given audience and purpose. Word choice is specific and purposeful, and somewhat varied throughout. Minimal mechanical or typographical errors are present, but are not overly distracting. Reference slide and in-text citations have few formatting errors.

10 points
Style shows originality and creativity. Word choice is dynamic and varied. Free of mechanical and typographical errors. Reference slide and other in-text citations are formatted correctly using APA elements.

Score of Criterion: Writing, Mechanics, and APA Weight: 10%,/ 10
Score of Undergrad PowerPoint Assignment Rubric v1,/ 100
Overall Score
Level 1
0 points minimum
Level 2
60 points minimum
Level 3
70 points minimum
Level 4
100 points minimum

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Module 3 Discussion

Based on your research, what conclusions have you been able to draw related to your final presentation topic? Please describe your final presentation topic and the conclusions you have drawn from the literature you have researched. Are practice changes recommended for your current practice? Why or why not?

Your initial posting should be at least 400 words in length and utilize at least one scholarly source other than the textbook. Please reply to at least two classmates. Replies to classmates should be at least 200 words in length. 

DQ1 UMBO – 5

DQ1 PLG – 3

DQ1 CLO – 4

Discussion Forum


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  5. After posting your contribution, you must read what others have posted, reply to at least two of those posts, and respond (when appropriate) to those you have responded to you.

**Note: Directions on submitting your posts will also be listed within the discussion question forum.

Module 3 Discussion Example

My final topic for the signature assignment is going to be remote patient monitoring. As I was doing my research for this topic, I came across an article on patient-generated health data. Patient-generated health data is any type of health data that is produced by the patient. Examples would be biometric data, symptoms, lifestyle choice, and treatment history (Abdolkhani et al., 2019). This type of data is different form data that is collected within the clinic because the patient, not the healthcare provider, take the primary responsibility for collecting the data. This data can be collected by wearable sensors or devices, mobile apps, web portals, and home monitoring devices. Patient-generated health data may help to reduce the incidence of re-admission into the hospital, expedite timely health management, enhance clinical data attained in in-patient care, deliver a more comprehensive picture of a patient’s status, and support more personalized treatment planning (Abdolkhani et al., 2019). 

As for me personally, I have an apple watch that monitors my heart rate, tracks the steps that I take throughout the day, and detects any type of exercise type of activity that I might do. I have this linked to a health app that is through my place of employment in order to get credit for my health insurance premiums. This is considered a consumer wearable. There is also medical grade wearable, like continuous blood glucose monitors and heart monitors. There are continuous glucose monitors available that can be linked to your cell phone, or a parent’s cell phone in instances for minors with diabetes. This allows for an individual to monitor their blood glucose more closely. 

Some issues that have been identified as possibly affecting the quality of patient-generated health data are digital health literacy, wearable accuracy, difficulty in data interpretation, and lack of patient-generated health data integration with electronic medical record systems (Abdolkhani et al., 2019). Making changes to help fix these issues will positively impact the quality of remote monitoring data from wearable devices can be used to provide a more precise and personalized patient care. Digital health literacy can be a big barrier, especially with older patients. They might not know how to use the device itself, might not be wearing the device correctly, or might not know how to access the information that is being produced. There is also the compliance factor as well. Patients are responsible for being active in their own care and commit to wearing a certain device in order for the data to be collected. There can be difficulty in data interpretation whether it is inaccurate data that is being recorded due to outside factors, or lack of integration with EMR systems. Another issue that was identified was the lack of personnel available to interpret that data that is being collected. 


Abdolkhani, R., Gray, K., Borda, A., & DeSouza, R. (2019, September 20). Patient-generated 

            health data management and quality challenges in remote patient monitoring. JAMIA 

            Open, 2(4), 471-478.