MicroHealth delivers program management leveraging the Project Management Institutes (PMI)’s best practices for program management, which improves the potential for the delivery of work products that are on time, within budget, and compliant to specifications.
Requirements management encompasses those tasks that go into determining the needs or conditions to meet for a new or altered product, taking account of the possibly conflicting requirements of the various stakeholders, such as beneficiaries or users.
Integration patterns are the key to conformity to standards and successful interoperability. They simplify the overall interoperability, yet are abstract enough to apply to most of technologies, but at the same time specific enough to offer practical guidance to architects and designers.
Health information system design is an organized structure of the health information system management that aims to ensure the proper use of resources and enable information processes to produce high quality information in a timely fashion.
In the healthcare sector, following a health information standard means having a set of rules or guidelines that establishes uniform technical specifications, methods, criteria, practices and processes approved by a respected standard health information development organization.