Morbidity Data Questions Student Name Course Name Tutor Name Date Abstract Morbidity refers the presence of a disease or any other adverse health event. An example of this may be illness an injury or any disability. (Howson & Institute of Medicine (U.S.) 1996) Morbidity data is data about a particularly said presence from various sources such as having multiple surveys to determine this. The paper responds to certain questions on the topic of Morbidity data. List and explain at least three of the five major challenges and is secured through end to end encryption. (New Zealand Health Information Service 2002) This is a form of data security that ensures that data is only understood by the sender and the required receiver. References Howson C. P. & Institute of Medicine (U.S.). (1996). In her lifetime: Female morbidity and mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington DC: National Academy Press. New Zealand Health Information Service. (2002). Selected privately funded morbidity data. Wellington N.Z.: Author. New Zealand Health Information Service. (2002). Selected morbidity data for privately funded hospitals. Wellington N.Z: Author. [...]
List and explain at least three of the five major challenges posed by current methods of collecting morbidity data with respect to data accuracy and data reliability. Why it is important for those collecting morbidity data to be able to ensure confidentiality for respondents, and list the legislative and administrative requirements imposed on the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) with respect to data confidentiality. Morbidity and mortality statistical reporting come from, in part, coded medical data transmitted through electronic data interchange (EDI) from Health Information Management Systems (HIMS) to PHIS. These data have all been standardized under HIPAA. Explain what it means to use coded data in data collections from the HIMS and/or PHIS Submission Details: Write your response in a minimum of 300–400 words, providing relevant references. Apply APA standards to citation of sources. Respond to at least two students’ postings.