Answered By: Mary Kaye Hooker
Last Updated: Oct 17, 2018     Views: 33


The rubric requires at least three academic research articles supporting the plan to update an information system in the setting. 

Suggested search phrase “’health information systems’ AND planning” then the filters 2010-2018, academic, full text, and geo-United States to find pertinent articles.

There is also this business plan model from the Business Plans Handbook:

Mobile App Development Business: AppStax LLC. (2011). In L. M. Pearce (Ed.), Business Plans Handbook (Vol. 21, pp. 97-102). Detroit: Gale. Retrieved from

Tools for Planning

  • Fullerton, C., Aponte, P., Hopkins, R., Bragg, D., & Ballard, D. J. (2006). Lessons learned from pilot site implementation of an ambulatory electronic health record. Proceedings (Baylor University. Medical Center)19(4), 303–310.


  • Wu, S., Chen, T., Pan, Q., Wei, L., Wang, Q., Li, C., . . . Luo, J. (2018). Establishment of a quantitative medical technology evaluation system and indicators within medical institutions. Chinese Medical Journal, 131(11) doi: 


  • Allison, G. M., Weigel, B., & Holcroft, C. (2015). Does electronic medication reconciliation at hospital discharge decrease prescription medication errors?International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 28(6), 564-573. Retrieved from


  • Penoyer, Daleen Aragon, Cortelyou-Ward, K., Noblin, A. M., Bullard, T., Talbert, Steve, Wilson, J., . . . Shaw, Gene. (2014). Use of electronic health record documentation by healthcare workers in an acute care hospital System/PRACTITIONER APPLICATION. Journal of Healthcare Management, 59(2), 130-44. Retrieved from 

Articles from PubMed