ntc425 | undergraduate
Networking And Security In Health Information Systems
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- List the systems in a HIT network.
- Describe the appropriate use of Health Level-7 (HL7) standards within interfaces between each system and for communication with Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) as needed.
- Classify potential errors and solutions.
Enterprise-Level Architecture Models
- Describe the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology for Accountable Care Organization (CCHIT ACO) HIT framework.
- Select the appropriate model-driven architecture to satisfy the specific HIT framework need.
- Discuss specific ways to provide secure remote access to patient data and related content.
Security of HIT Systems
- Differentiate between various security and privacy challenges and related solutions facing a specific enterprise HIT system to meet HIPAA and other requirements.
- Compare the value of using different security components to address confidentiality and privacy of data in an HIT system.
Networking and HIE Standards Used in Enterprise HIT Systems
- Describe network standards according to an enterprise network model.
- Evaluate hardware requirements needed to meet the health information technology (HIT) networking standards.
- Discuss how Health Information Exchange (HIE) data standards apply to disparate systems.
Electronic Health Record (EHR) Certification
- Illustrate the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Certification process.
- Identify the benefits of becoming EHR Certified.
- Demonstrate how EHR Certification applies to the implementation and maintenance of an enterprise HIT system.
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