The course project will help you
-broaden your understanding in interpreting terminologies, vocabularies and classification systems.
-develop data management policies
-develop policies for health information exchange
-develop methods for promoting interoperability using health informatics and information governance standards.
As Chief Information Officer (CIO) for a local health organization, you will create a strategic plan for implementing information governance by means of a data dictionary. The course project will also include a policy on how your organization will manage/govern the data. -What would it look like? -What areas are included? -How would you roll it out to others in the organization? -What will be your time line for implementation? Be specific as to what components are pertinent to the chosen health care setting, and what components are important for the patient to know. Construct a data dictionary (with a minimum of 8 attributes,) considering accreditation standards if applicable, elements of performance, quality measures and other considerations that you find applicable to the continuity of care documentation. Using Microsoft Excel create a sample dashboard for your data dictionary. Keep in mind that this includes categories of data, and and attributes (character length, style, etc.) Review any applicable standards that could be considered when creating the data dictionary, and how to best apply these standards. I have provided a resource from the Joint Commission https://manual.jointcommission.org/releases/TJC2013A/DataDictionaryIntroductionTJC.html Reference links: https://journal.ahima.org/what-is-a-data-dictionary/ https://journal.ahima.org/ig-101-what-is-information-governance/ https://www.mahima.org/wp-content/uploads/AHIMA_Info_Gov_ToolKit-1.0.pdf