RAND Potential Efficiency Saving Model Essay

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RAND Potential Efficiency Saving Model
We analyze the RAND methodologies, how Health Information Technology (HIT) project team improved EMR system and provided potential and cost saving benefits in United State. We study the RAND publication in which their project team provides the technical details and results components of EMR system collected from different literature and government published reports that analyze interventions in the healthcare system which are used in EMR-S to effect patient trajectories (events in patient healthcare). Here we identify RAND four classes in patient healthcare, on the basis of these classes we are be able to analyze the health care management in Solihull NHS Trust, these class are
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They also facilitated government actions that could maximize the benefits of electronic medical record system (EMRs) and increase their use. According to James H. Bigelow, Katy Fonkych, Constanc Fung, Jason Wang (2005), it provides the technical details and results components of that study that analyze interventions in the healthcare system that use EMR-S to effect patient trajectories (events in patient healthcare). Their project team used different research models to analyze the methods and how EMR can provide potential benefits and cost saving estimates and check how these estimates can are being interpreted, and studied the introduction of EMR-S in the health sector. What are the potential estimates and how these estimates can are interpreted. Here we analyze the potential benefits in which the effect of Health Information Technology (HIT) in the patient health cares. Over all these potential benefits are less or not no achieved? The reason is that our system requires some changes but the people resist change they are familiar with existing system. The staff needs to learn the new system and encourage them to take advantage from new integrated system. It can be possible if the people, payer and provider of services are ready to change. It is the high potential value if the EPR system is implemented in hospital and connected with out patient such as pharmacy and ambulatory services provider and get opportunity to reduce adverse drug errors. Taylor et al. (2005)

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