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The HL7 will be used to develop the following systems (Blaya, Fraser, & Holt, 2010; Health Level Seven International, 2014; Kabachinski, 2006; Lupton, 2012; Mansell, 2010).
1) Financial management system: Patient charges, staff salaries, as well as the ordering of management supplier and expenditure of clinical articles (such as food, pharmaceutical, medical equipment) (including the inventory and records), automated financial statements (including the classification of statistics and regular reports) (Roemer, 1993; WHO, 1999; Wright et al., 2000).
2) Personnel management system: statistics of hiring ...view middle of the document...
The use of HL7 can enhance the structure and coding, and process laboratory data algorithms between the two (the laboratory data and electronic medical records).
6) Satisfaction surveys and regular checks of the system: It includes customer and staff satisfaction surveys and has a significant relationship in the formulation and modification of policies in health system evaluation (Castro et al, 2008; Coiera, Kidd, & Haikerwal, 2012; Cummings, 2010; Rice, 2007; Dolin et al., 2006).
7) Abnormal events reporting system: This is the last and most important aspect, it should include administrative and clinical areas. Administrative abnormalities include workflow exceptions, unsafe equipment or facilities, abnormal computer systems, and improper management systems. These exception events often lead to a high staff turnover rate, or threaten the safety of patients and staff. Furthermore, clinical reports of abnormal events are also very important. For example, unusual medication, patient falls, patient identification errors, and suicide (Dolin et al., 2006; Hurrell, et al., 2012; Williams, 2013).
Sclavos (2011) proposes to increase the programs’ quality, safety, performance and accountability in the implementation of the electronic system programs.
In Australia’s first National Primary Health Care Strategy—Building a 21st Century Primary Health Care System, the Commonwealth Government identifies five building blocks that are considered essential, system-wide underpinnings for a responsive and integrated primary healthcare system. These are: regional integration; information and technology, including eHealth; a skilled workforce; infrastructure; and financing and system performance.
The next level down in this strategic document indicates four priority directions for change: improving access and reducing inequity; better management of chronic conditions; increasing the focus on prevention; and improving quality, safety, performance and accountability. (Sclavos, 2011)
5. Types and sources of resources 400
Lots of resources are required in the process of implementation of this planning, such as Physical environment, electricity sources, network, personnel and technical staff. In particular, establish an electronic medical system requires significant resources, including the preparation and implementation of the system of funds.
6. Project management and governance
Measures and process in implementation of plan / the implementation process
How would you govern and manage the project? 400
• The clinical governance framework---7304
1) Organisation culture
4) Quality system
5) Managed risk and clinical safety
1. Develop standards in the computer system, clinical and management areas (Dolin et al., 2006; Health Level Seven International, 2014).
2. Execute programs, and educational personnel --- starting with the competent authorities and the use of standardized processes and implementation...