Building on the the relevant pieces of the patient scenario in 310.3 Assignment 2, refine what you’ve already created to complete a bi-directional network diagram that illustrates the flow of electronic health records (EHRs), starting with the patient and ending in either a state or federal exchange. With data security as our primary goal, clearly illustrate which locations you’d suggest applying which type of network security.
Your diagram should include at least the following:
A node for each stop/junction the data makesIllustrate connections to several adjacent healthcare providers who might also interact with that patient’s data (hospitals, generalist and specialist clinics, etc.)Security measures taken at each node (describe the security measures in an attached word document)
After your diagram is finished, download it as an image and insert it into the top of a Word Document. Then, in that same Word document, using 1,500 words or less, referring to the diagram you’ve completed, answer the prompts below:
Referring to Figure 1 in the competency instructions, identify the layer(s) in which each issue below needs to be addressed, and summarize how stakeholders in the identified layers are currently addressing it in the existing system:
Making sure only relevant patient data is shared among stakeholders (within states and nationally)Making data shareable while still protecting patient privacyMaintaining the connection between a patient and their data, despite where the patient may move over the course of their livesCommunicating financial and transactional histories and exchanges, securely, between stakeholders such as insurance companies, providers, and the patients themselves.Making data available to researchers, federal and otherwise (for instance the CDC tracking the flu, or a University in Ohio doing a study on obesity)
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