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These staff whom are accessing these files need to also be fully trained in this area in order to benefit from the full function of its uses. (Adaptive User Interfaces for Health Care Applications, 2009). Data integration and integrity is additionally very important to health care. It involves establishing as well as maintaining adequate data control systems in order to ensure appropriate authorization, security, accountability, as well as complete data integrity which is extremely necessary in patient records. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). Ensuring that departmentally developed information systems are responsive, reliable, secure and accessible is additionally extremely important with data integration. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). These electronic record systems must be fully designed, tested as well as also documented. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). In
addition, they must be “maintained according to accepted development and implementation standards.” (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). Data reliability issues can be another extremely large issue of the health care field. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). It is very important to ensure that all financial in addition to personnel transactions are accurately recorded. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). Additionally, it is important they are completed within a timely manner. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). Through this, the resulting records should be reflecting the actual value and information involved. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). The record must contain sufficient detail needed, be posted in a timely manner in addition to being stored securely. (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). These transactions must also be easily and promptly retrievable, as well as must be “safeguarded against improper alteration, use or disclosure.” (Data Integrity and Integration, 2016). There are a few different types of architectural models of the health information exchange or also known as HIEs. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). Health information exchanges start at the local level which include what is referred to as centralized models. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). Centralized HIEs have a single Clinical Data Repository which is also referred to as CDR. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). This Repository is maintained by the health information exchange authority. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). This is normally governed by representatives from each member hospital whom is represented in this group. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). This centralized health information exchange architecture
can be utilized basically on a regional basis, such as by hospital systems which are located in the same metro area. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.). Some strengths of the centralized model include each member hospital is actually capable of electronically transmitting any agreed upon patient health information to the Clinical Data Repository. (Health Information Exchange: Architecture Types, N.D.).

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