Data flow diagrams for patient admission
Data flow diagrams (DFDs) are used for documenting the logical design of an information system by showing graphically the various entry and exit touch points within a HMIS. Data flow diagrams provide a way for the system to be broken down into manageable parts beginning with a general context and moving into more detail.
Draft a DFD for one area you identify from the list below:
1. Patient admission
2. Perioperative (pre, intra, post)
3. Departmental handoff
4. Medical billing/insurance
5. Physician ordering
6. Supply chain management
7. Security management (include HIPAA guidelines)
8. Other (instructor’s approval required)
Write a two- to three-page summary (excluding title and reference pages) in APA format outlining the DFD for your selected area. Additionally, provide a graphic version of your DFD that is compartmentalized to produce optimized results, for the benefit of the HMIS team and other stakeholders. Utilize at least two scholarly and/ or peer-reviewed sources published within the last five years, cited according to APA guidelines
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