I will pay for the following article Adaptive Health Management Information Systems. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Consideration has been placed on how patient’s information is to be released to various departments requiring it like the doctors, physicians, the patients, insurance agencies, and government in a way that preserves privacy and security. This is done after obtaining a valid authorization for the release of such protected health information without going against the code of conduct. Since the information is readily available through this system, the healthcare providers have been highly trained within a period of three months to be able to maintain confidentiality and challenges accompanying it.
Users and developers of the healthcare system are both concerned with and seek to address interoperability issues that impact general clinical care. Current healthcare information technology system vendors help in developing standard-based solutions. Vendors are paid to deliver services that ensure that the current system works as required. Healthcare IT specialists have been assigned by the Apex developers and, under the policies of the hospital, have been trained to ensure that they keep the privacy required. The doctors also form part of the vendors since they are paid to ensure that they maintain a supply of updated information and records for the running of the system (Tan & Payton, 2010, p. 9).
The organization is facing the challenge of maintaining ongoing research efforts that are supposed to monitor and evaluate the effects of information management and technology on entire shareholders. Making every party involved to understand the importance of the transformation process and acknowledging practice reorganization. The demands of maintaining the system and the general balance of advanced and novice technological users are rather high. The whole process of training staff members and making them flexible to adapt to the demands of the emerging advances in technology has been very difficult. Expenses of maintaining the system and training of every staff involved have been a major problem in the operation of the UCSF health center.