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the future. The plan allows the corporate to minimize business interruptions and quick recovery from catastrophic events (Jayne, 2014). The leaders should also ensure there is the efficient utilization of scarce economic resources. Healthcare projects require resources to be used efficiently to ensure the customers are satisfied with conditions of the facilities. A government intervention into healthcare businesses The government should intervene with the infirmaries’ operations to protect its citizens from information technology disappointments. I support government interventions on health care programs because they allow consumer protection in various ways. First, HIPAA which is one of the laws meant to protect the patient data against breaches by the medical vendors and failures in IT. The clinicians who disclose patient information intentionally for revenge and money violates HIPAA rules and the government is in a position to take a legal action against such individuals (Appari & Johnson, 2010). Consequently, the quality of services is likely to be improved once the rules of law are employed in health care data structures. The government intervention also improves data security of a patient in more efficient techniques. Thus, all the risks associated with information theft and disclosure are minimized. More, it is also likely to reduce healthcare cost and develop the medical science (Appari & Johnson, 2010). References
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