Read the following article:
Moving the Needle toward a Data-Driven Health Care System-Optimizing the EHR through Information Governance
Then review the grading criteria for the Article Reviews and review the article provided in Week 6’s Content area. For this review, you must create a Narrated PowerPoint.
Your review should include:
An initial identification of the article (author, title of the article, title of the journal, year of publication, and other details that seem important, e.g., it is originally a French edition), and an indication of the major aspects of the article you will be discussing.
A brief summary of the range, content, and argument of the article. You may occasionally summarize section by section, but in a short review (1,000-1,500 words) you usually only pick up the main themes. This section should not normally take up more than one-third of the total review.
A critical discussion of 2-3 key issues raised in the article. This section is the core of your review (50-60%). You need to clarify the author’s own argument before you criticize and evaluate it. You must support your criticisms with evidence from the text or from other writings. You may also want to indicate gaps in the author’s treatment of a topic, but it is seldom useful to criticize a writer for not doing something they never intended to do.
A final evaluation of the overall contribution that the article has made to your understanding of the topic (and maybe its importance to the development of knowledge in this particular area or discipline, setting it in the context of other writings in the field). How can this help small businesses?
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