Business Case Summary Project Management



BusinessCase Summary: Project Management

BusinessCase Summary: Project Management


Theintroduction of new Apps and software in the organization will changethe proactive of medicine in the next five years to a different ageand level. Technology is constantly changing, and it will soon changethe medical scene (Bamford, 2010). For example in the next five yearspeople will not have to go the hospital for treatment but will justdescribe symptoms through a system a prescription will be given, andonly server cases will be referred to medical facilities for furthertreatment.

Healthinformation technology (HIT) describes an area of IT, which involvesthe development, design, creation, maintenance and use of informationsystem in the healthcare facilities. It is designed in order toachieve efficiency, lower the costs, and reduce healthcare provisionand services.

Qualityassurance and quality control relate to HIT in many ways. Healthinformation technology provides room for analysis of the informationand data before it is used to determine any medical actions,therefore, ensuring both quality assurance and quality control(Bamford, 2010).

Securingpatients’ health records involve different activities, whichinclude disaster planning. Disaster planning is a recovery plan thatis used in the healthcare system to protect and reinstate healthcaredata in the event of natural disaster, system failure, vandalism orfire.

Theplan is used as a backup preparation. For example, in case where ahospital is burnt down to, the ground and nothing could be salvagedfrom the inferno the disaster plan would ensure that the patients’is available even after the fire (Bamford, 2010).

Finally,meaning use (MU) is defined as the application of electronic healthrecords and other forms of medical technology in a healthcarefacility or organization. It is a way that is used by the federalgovernment to give funds to organizations through the Medicaid EHRIncentive Program or the Medicare EHR Incentive Program (Harvey,2011).


Bamford,S. (2010) A Case Study of Information Management Effectiveness withinthe NHS’, Journal of Change Management, Vol: 5, No (4), pp.391-406

HarveyG., (2011). Regulatory Fulfilment: Compliance Plan Development andRealization, (2ndEd.) NewYork: Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge