Electronic Health Records Presentation
Consider the following scenario:
·In the second week of your internship, the CIO approaches you and asks you to research electronic health records (EHRs). She says, “I must give a presentation at a staff meeting next week, and I’d like you to complete the research and create the slides and notes for me. The presentation must focus on EHRs, which our organization is considering implementing. Please be thorough with the speaker notes.”
In addition to your presentation focusing on EHRs as an emerging technology the CIO adds that you must:
·Consider the effect of this technology on health care.
·Consider the privacy and security implications of adopting the EHRs.
·Describe the HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules as well as the reasons those rules do or do not apply to this type of technology.
These constraints are a major consideration for the staff when selecting new technology.
Develop a 7-slide (minimum) Microsoft® PowerPoint® slide presentation that includes the information the CIO requested in the scenario.
To earn the most points on this assignment, in addition to the above, be sure to:
·Include a title slide and reference slide consistent with APA guidelines.
·Include an introduction slide that provides sufficient background and previews what the presentation will cover.
·Include a conclusion slide that summarizes major points of your presentation.
·Make sure speaker notes are detailed, which is 200-300 words per slide (not including title slide and references).
·Cite your sources (reference only credible sources); DO NOT PLAGIARIZE
·For assistance with this assignment, review these resources.
List major points in the slides. Include detailed explanations in the speaker notes that correlate to each point.
Include videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs as appropriate.
Include at least two references to support your presentation.
Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines (Title slide, introduction, conclusion, etc.).
Submit PowerPoint presentation along with a Word doc containing speaker notes from each slide (title each section with respective slide numbers such as Slide 2, Slide 3, etc.).