This week’s content introduced different steps one may take to ensure the quality and integrity of collected data. With any project consideration must be given to how privacy, confidentiality and security of data will be maintained. Based on the information you reviewed answer the following discussion prompts. Note: Use your DNP capstone project from NUR 704 or your MSN Collaborative Project as examples. 1. In your own words define the terms confidentiality and anonymity. Include an example of each in your response. 2. Discuss how data retrieved from a health system database can be de-identified prior to viewing. Identify the role of an honest broker if one is used in this process. Describe how de-identification supports privacy and confidentiality. 3. Identify at least two strategies the DNP prepared clinicians could use to ensure the accuracy of data being collected in the case study.
mployee for positive development of the organization’s goodwill/reputation in the corporate world. If need be, the HRM should have a succession plan for implementation at this phase. Motivation as a HRM activity can completely change the perception of employees while in the work environment. Different people in the workforce are motivated differently across and longitudinally with time. Compensation and incentive is a major motivation element that is easily applicable in many organizations since, almost every employee joins an organization with a sole/major purpose of earning. Compensation and incentives HRM An incentive can be defined as any factor, that can be financial or non financial that accounts for preference or stimulates/enables a specific course of action. It can as well be said to be the bonus paid on successful achievement of performance objectives. Compensation is the art of offering/giving money or something else, which can easily convert to money, for purposes of paying for work done. In general, compensation and incentive can be referred to a compensation package. A compensation package is the value placed on an employee as presented to that employee. Compensation can be categorized into three categories. First, there is non monetary compensation. This is the benefit received by an employee which cannot be tangibly valued. Such can include social and career rewards. Job security, recognition, opportunity for growth, flexible working hours, subsidized housing, magazine subscription, laundry services, elder care, are some of the non-monetary compensations (Berger, 2008). Second, compensation can be direct which is the employee’s base wage/salary expressed as salary or hourly wag>GET ANSWER