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Question 1

What is an example of "the study is authorized" step when developing business systems planning (BSP) that is normally taken by HMIS management? 

Senior management gives the directive to implement an e-prescribing system to replace the hospital's manual system.

The first-level HMIS manager assigns the project manager, consultant, and an HMIS employee to the team.

The HMIS from the architecture are prioritized, with the capabilities of each HMIS documented.

Interviews are conducted with senior management to ensure that the architecture developed is correct and appropriate. 

Question 2

Healthcare senior management expect that those individuals who comprise the health management information systems (HMIS) team not only share in the vision of an organization, but also: 

develop goals that are separate from the main goals of the organization.

develop an infrastructure that works with the Internet Explorer (IE) browser.

develop achievable, measurable goals that are consistent with the strategy.

develop a vision and mission statement specific to HMIS. 

Question 3

Operational decisions: 

require information for these short-term decisions that is much more difficult to predict than for strategic decisions.

happen more frequently than strategic decisions.

are made by those at higher levels of the organization.

are not required for HMIS. 

Question 4

The planning, organizing, directing, and controlling (PODC) model is presented as an operationalized and rationally designed tool to assist in meeting: 

organizational goals.

operational platforms.

programming language.

operating systems. 

Question 5

An evolutionary approach of prototyping contains the following major concept: 

Applies focus to a healthcare organization's vision and mission. If the goal(s) is attained, the mission has been accomplished.

Adds an electronic version of patients' health records.

Merges prototyping techniques and produces an evolution of traditional and structured  programming.

Holds an individual responsible for delivering a set of goals, objectives, and/or tactics.

Question 6

The business information analysis and integration technique (BIAIT) addresses top management requirements by: 

using IT systems.

using "order-supplier" relations.

using a set of seven close-ended binary questions to generate a model that aids the analysts.

using software vendors

Question 7

The revolutionary approach of prototyping contains the following major concept: 

Applies programming tools and techniques in a new and revolutionary way; argues against traditional methodological mind-sets.

Applies focus to a healthcare organization's vision and mission. If the goal(s) is attained, the mission has been accomplished.

Adds an electronic version of patients' health records.

Holds an individual responsible for delivering a set of goals, objectives, and/or tactics. 

Question 8

The Waterfall model embodied the systems development life cycle (SDLC) concept, a highly regarded concept among healthcare services systems analysts as a way to provide much more control over SA and SD processes than was previously possible. Which of the following is not one of the six hierarchical steps? 

Feasibility study

Systems investigation

Systems analysis (SA)

Physiotherapy assessment 

Question 9

Which of the following may be considered the number-one priority when designing, implement, and evaluating HMIS? 

the "physical" aspect of programming

data analysis

high-quality data

database software 

Question 10

Which of the following is not a risk for accurate and repeatable entry and updates processes? 

updating the wrong record

incorrectly updating the correct record

updating the correct record correctly

not updating any record at all 

Question 11

How is business intelligence, a major component of data stewardship, defined? 

This component is concerned with providing current, accurate, and consistent information whenever and wherever the data are accessed.

This is the physical aspect of handling or managing data from the point the data are collected to the point the data are used and archived.

This component has to do with controlling access to the data to ensure that not only are data available and retrievable to those who are supposed to access the data but the release of data is also securely guarded from those who are not supposed to have access to the data.

This component has to do with utilizing the data to yield better, more complete, and more usable information. 

Question 12

Which of the following factors provide a primary challenge for accurate billing?  

the human factor

HMIS

incorrect invoices

inadequate software uploads 

Question 13

Organizational characteristics that can influence HMIS implementation success include which one of the following? 

hardware-software performance

organizational structure and power

systems interface characteristics

decision-making support provided to the user 

Question 14

Minor issues that do not warrant top management consideration can be delegated to middle managers, who can oversee these issues or control them with inputs from top management on an ad hoc basis during the actual implementation. In which of the following situations should top management get involved? 

When minor issues are truly major issues in disguise.

When minor issues stay minor issues.

When minor issues are resolved.

When major issues run out. 

Question 15

Program coding, or simply programming, refers to the: 

software that is installed in a CPU.

software that comes with an operation system.

process of writing instructions that the computer system can execute directly.

process of creating documents in a Microsoft Office software package.

Question 16

Training modules focused on the systems, and not the operational, perspective is called? 

holistic training

out-sourced training

technical training

strategic program language training 

Question 17

In addition to examining various staffing issues at the system level, what strategy most helps ensure a smooth and timely HMIS implementation? 

turnkey systems

educational planning and training for specific levels of users

systems serviced by a single vendor

prepackaged systems 

Question 18

One of the reasons DICOM standards have been popularly accepted and adopted across a wide variety of clinical imaging contexts is that these standards specify a conformance statement that improves: 

short-term decisions that are much more difficult to predict than strategic decisions.

the communication of software specifications for imaging equipment.

those programmers at higher levels of the organization.

the hardware specification for mainframes. 

Question 19

Despite the overwhelming array of benefits presented by the gold standards of both MI and HMIS disciplines, their adoption has: 

been incorporated universally.

been rapidly endorsed.

been either too sluggish or not universal.

been implemented without problems. 

Question 20

The LOINC coding system representing healthcare concepts is described as: 

a detailed set of codes used to explain patient care and treatment information.

standard codes and classifications for identifying laboratory and clinical terms.

new diagnostic codes developed by the World Health Organization (WHO), not yet used in North America.

codes of nursing diagnoses.

 Question 21

Consumer control means that: 

consumers can refuse to sign an authorization form and still request the release of their records.

consumers have control over healthcare professionals.

consumers have a right to control the release of their information.

consumers are controlled and do not have rights pertaining to their health records. 

Question 22

The WHO categorizes the application of e-health into broad areas, one of which is knowledge services, which means: 

services that provide information to people via the Internet.

services that are comparable to tele-education in that they aim at conveying medical information, knowledge, and education to the healthcare professionals who are in training and practice.

services that focus on the utilization of e-health applications to deliver

services that provide codes to others. 

Question 23

Using the e-health strategic framework developed by the World Bank and the World Health Organization (WHO), telemedicine and e-health adoption: 

is happening in developed, developing, and underdeveloped countries.

has been proven impossible.

has not been attempted yet.

is only happening in developed countries. 

Question 24

E-health is considered to be a service with positive externalities that will bring values to the society. The positive externalities of e-health can be derived from two major sources: 

short-term and long-term decisions.

ICT and health care.

programmers at middle and higher levels of the organization.

frameworks and the adoption model.

Question 25

Legal barriers to e-health adoption are: 

due to the problems including infrastructure, standardization, compatibility, reliability, and capacity.

due to an overwhelming list of key issues that include confidentiality and security, patients' right of access, data protection, and duty of care.

due to differences among nations around the world that make it almost impossible to ensure that a specific e-health application would be acceptable similarly across various societies and cultures.

due to the fact that some nations still find it difficult to acquire the necessary infrastructure and their citizens still lack basic necessities such as water, food, housing, and basic education.

Question 26

What are primary barriers for innovation diffusion in the healthcare sector wearable monitoring device technology? 

battery life; privacy and security; invisibility and social acceptance; usability; language barriers; fragmented data standards

technology barrier; business barriers

cost; infrastructure; wireless network; security; global standards; RF impact

requires an extensive understanding and reworking of the fundamental organizational service processes; interoperability; start-up costs; legal issues, economic interests; privacy standards; language barrier

Question 27

What are primary benefits of the clinical decision support systems? 

Increases the quality of patient care, improves a hospital's overall operation, and reduces costs.

Provides just-in-time reminders to clinicians at the point of care, consistent with latest evidence-based medicine guidelines.

Assist with diagnosing a patient's condition, drug dosage; procedures administering reminders to patients.

Digitize patient information for decision support.

Question 28

What are primary barriers for innovation diffusion in the healthcare sector semantic Web technology? 

battery life; privacy and security; invisibility and social acceptance; usability; language barriers; fragmented data standards

technology barrier; business barriers

cost; infrastructure; wireless network; security; global standards; RF impact

requires an extensive understanding and reworking of the fundamental organizational service processes; interoperability; start-up costs; legal issues, economic interests; privacy standards; language barrier

Question 29

What are primary barriers for innovation diffusion in the healthcare sector for e-health (telemedicine, tele-health) technology? 

battery life; privacy and security; invisibility and social acceptance; usability; language barriers; fragmented data standards

technology barrier; business barriers

cost; infrastructure; wireless network; security; global standards; RF impact

requires an extensive understanding and reworking of the fundamental organizational service processes; interoperability; start-up costs; legal issues, economic interests; privacy standards; language barrier

Question 30

What are primary benefits of the wireless local area network (WLAN)-based mobile computing system and wearable monitoring devices? 

Increases the quality of patient care, improves a hospital's overall operation, and reduces costs.

Provides just-in-time reminders to clinicians at the point of care, consistent with latest evidence-based medicine guidelines.

Assist with diagnosing a patient's condition, drug dosage; procedures administering reminders to patients.

Digitize patient information for decision support.

 

 

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