Peers response week 5
Peer respomnse #1
2 days ago
Logan Butler Discussion – Week 5
Big data in healthcare can refer to the use of electronic health records (EHR), computerized physician order entry (CPOE), and machine generated/sensor data such as monitoring vital signs (Raghupathi W. & Raghupathi V., 2014). One potential benefit of using big data such as EHRs is the improvement of patient care and outcomes. EHRs have the ability to provide and exchange health information electronically to allow providers to provide better care (HealthIT, 2019). The risk of using big data, such an EHRs is a potential for a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) violation. There is always the risk for hackers to break into the system and breach other patient’s health information. One challenge of using EHR is data entry (Henry, 2018). Data entry could be a challenge if the wrong medication, dose or route is populated into the EHR (Henry, 2018). With the use of technology there is always the risk of data entry.
One strategy that I have observed that may effectively mitigate the risk of a date breach or HIPPA violation is to make sure you log out of your computer. Logging out of your computer prevents patients and other healthcare workers from having access to patients EHRs. One strategy to overcome the challenge of data entry would be to double check orders. By double checking the order, this could prevent possible errors. The provider should double check and the nurse receiving the order should also be checking the orders.
Henry, T. A. (2018, September 17). 7 EHR usability, safety challenges-and how to overcome them. from https://www.ama-assn.org/practice-management/digital/7-ehr-usability-safety-challenges-and-how-overcome-them
Raghupathi, W., & Raghupathi, V. (2014, February 7). Big data analytics in healthcare: Promise and potential. from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4341817/
What are the advantages of electronic health records? (2019, May 16)., from https://www.healthit.gov/faq/what-are-advantages-electronic-health-records
3 hours ago
RE: Discussion – Week 5
Big data entails the large amount of information being digitalized, standardized, combined, evaluated and demonstrated. By use of big data, the health care will be more efficient. This is because the big data in health care uses particular statistics from a population or an individual to research new developments, reduce medical costs, as well as treating or curing the inception of illnesses (McGonigle & Mastrian, 2017). Big data is specially in providing more accurate treatment. Medical providers obtain information gathered from big data which allows for better decision-making, few medical errors, and better overall patient care (Mehta & Pandit, 2018). Big data also allows providers to identi
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