Task 1: Take the Interoperability Basics Introduction lesson provided by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. Take the end of the lesson quiz (3 questions). Place screen captures of your answers into your submission document. 100% is required to pass this section.
http://healthit.gov/providers-professionals/interoperability-training-courses. I already did the quiz. I have uploaded the screenshots to this order.
Task 2: Create a mind map to illustrate the best available standards for interoperability of EH records. The Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology provides guidance here: http://www.healthit.gov/sites/default/files/Advisory_Fact_Sheet.pdf
Task 3: Transmission of the electronic health records is critical to maintaining the privacy of individuals. Create a diagram to illustrate the role that certificates, encryption and DNS play in secure transport of electronic health records over the internet. The Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology provides some guidance here: http://www.healthit.gov/policy-researchers-implementers/direct-project
Task 4: Create an illustration that summarizes of how mobile devices and wireless technologies can improve patient care.
comes to who to get supplies from. This makes the bargaining power of supplier low. However, despite high number of suppliers, the suppliers do no compete within the industry for products, which means that A2 company can only purchase what the suppliers provide. This gives the supplier a high bargaining power. To sustain in this competitive industry, A2 milk can get supplies from multiple suppliers, more flexibility within its supply chain. Or they can encourage better relationship with the supplier can benefit on both sides. The extend of rivalry between competitors This factor determines competitive level in the industry, whether does the firms have control over the prices of goods and services (My Accounting Course, 2019). If the rivalry among the existing companies in this industry is intense it will result to decrease in prices and profitability. A2 Milk operates in a very competitive industry. This competition does take toll on the overall long term profitability of the organization. To stay in such a competitive market, A2 Milk needs to focus on differentiating its products so that competitors will have less effect on its customers that seek its unique products. As the industry is growing, A2 Milk can focus on new customers rather than winning the ones from existing companies. The A2 Milk can conduct market research to understand the supply-demand situation within the industry and prevent overproduction. Conclusion on Industry Analysis In conclusion, by analysing all the five competitive forces of A2 Milk strategists can gain a complete picture of what impacts the profitability of the industry. They can identify trends ea>GET ANSWER