ASSIGNMENT ID
27255
SUBJECT AREA Health
DOCUMENT TYPE Dissertation Proposal
CREATED ON 28th May 2016
COMPLETED ON 30th May 2016
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Data Analysis and Analytics Research Utilization Project Proposal, Part 1:

• Assess the impact that economics has on data extraction methods. • Explain the impact ethics, standards, and the law have on the ability to optimize financial and clinical outcomes. • Discriminate between clinical, financial, and public health outcomes. Course outcome addressed in this Assignment: • HI560-2: Create data analysis projects. Description: This is a three-part Assignment designed for you to perform, in writing, what you have learned so far in the course. The research proposal takes place over multiple units. In Unit 3 you will construct Part 1. Make sure to use the most recent version of APA format. Citations and references should be no older than three years. Instructions: Create Part 1 of the three-part Data Analysis and Analytics Research Utilization Project Proposal on the topic of health informatics and data analysis and analytics that can be used to improve costs, quality, safety, and clinical outcomes in the real world.1. Write an introduction based on a literature review of the background of how data analytics can improve clinical, financial, and public health outcomes and how adherence to research administration processes and policies will support compliance with research and regulatory agencies. Include Institutional Review Board (IRB) rules and security and privacy under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). 2. Explain data supported steps to optimize clinical, financial, and public health outcomes using a health informatics platform. 3. Using what was created in the unit one discussion board, craft one combined leadership, innovation, change model that will become the theoretical framework for the research proposal.End with no conclusion. The last page of section 1 of the Assignment will be the reference page.This is a fact-based assignment that will not include unsupported opinion. • The proposal will be paraphrased with cites and references from scholarly and fact-based publications and without quotations
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