Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Health Information Exchange in the Kingdom

Create a PowerPoint presentation that reviews four articles written in the last five (5) years on sharing patient information in a cloud-based Health Information Exchange (HIE) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Your presentation should cover the following concepts:

Discuss how data creates information in the EHR so that it can be shared.

Discuss how patient health information is protected in the cloud.

Evaluate how health information systems help healthcare organizations to provide increased access to healthcare.

Discuss how informatics support the use of information systems and technology to improve the way work is done in the healthcare setting.

Discuss how leaders engage their staff so that the information systems meet their daily work needs.

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the cloud-based HIE.

Provide recommendations to improve workflows and processes in an information system.

Provide your conclusions.

Your presentation should meet the following structural requirements:

Be 11 slides in length, not including the title or reference slides.

Be formatted  APA writing guidelines.

Provide support for your statements with citations from a minimum of six scholarly articles. These citations should be listed in the Notes section of the slide in which they appear.

In-text citations.

Each slide must provide detailed speaker’s notes to support the slide content. These should be a minimum of 100 words long (per slide) and must be a part of the presentation.

Utilize the following headings to organize the content in your presentation:

Data Creates Information in the EHR

Protecting Health Information in the Cloud

Increasing Access to Health Care

Informatics to Improve Processes

Leadership Support


Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud-Based HIE



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