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The ground underneath you in health care is changing hourly. As a manager, if you are not tapped into these changes, you will fall behind and not know of a new statute, regulation, or equipment. It is hard to do research every day, so why not have the information come to you?

For this assignment, you will review a minimum of


articles related to health IT and provide a summary of each. Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds bring news to you.

You will start by reviewing RSS feeds and scanning for relevant articles. Scan the articles daily for IT news related to

electronic health records, HIPAA violations and medical record case reviews, rule changes, ethics, e-prescribing, documentation, billing, security, health IT safety

, and many other concepts.

Here are some potential RSS feed addresses to sign up for, but there are many others you may use:





Welcome to the Health IT Buzz Blog

(from Office of National Coordinator)

For this assignment, you will do the following:

Provide a cover page

Number your articles, and start with a reference in standard format to the article. Provide complete information, not just the URL.

Under each reference, provide a complete summary of the article. Do NOT cut and paste any of the article as part of your submission. ALL work must be your own writing.

Provide analysis. What does the article mean? How will this change things? In what way is this breaking news? Provide in-depth analysis. Superficial one-liner comments will not receive credit.

Double space your content

It is expected that you will have a minimum of two complete pages of content. If you do not, then you have chosen insignificant articles, or not provided meaningful analysis.

Points Possible:


2 points for reviewing at least 5 articles

25 points for summary and analyses (5 points for each)

8 points for writing level (





Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Short answers:
Follow assignment directions.
Write answers in your own words, no
copying and pasting from websites or
other sources.
Use complete sentences and well-
formed paragraphs with appropriate
Avoid using contractions and personal
Proofread, check spelling and grammar
prior to submission.
Use correct punctuation and
Informal essays or projects:
Incorporate all Level 1 guidelines.
Use effective paragraph transitions
Include a clear introduction, body, and
Use Arial or Times 12-point font
Double-space your text
Set page margins to one inch
Use reliable sources, cited properly
within the text and listed on a
references page when indicated.
Formal papers:
Incorporate all Level 1 and 2 guidelines.
Include a cover page that has your
name, the paper title, instructor’s name,
course title or number, and date of
In-text citations REQUIRED for
paraphrasing and/or direct quotes.
These should comprise no more than
20% of the essay.
Citations in the body text must include
author’s name and publication year.
Reference page at the end.
References must include author, title,
publication title, publication year, and
source or retrieval information.

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