Assignment Assume that the performance measure given above is to be calculated in an electronic health record (EHR). This means that data regarding diagnosis, LVEF measurement, medications, and contraindications (if applicable) have to be retrieved. What kind of structure is needed and does it matter if the EHR is connected to a terminology system such as SNOMED CT or not? The assignment is due on September 8 at 5 p.m. 2017‐06‐27 2(2) Hints Humans are complex, and so are our medical histories and medical records. The implications of this should not be underestimated in a discussion on structure in EHRs. Recall and precision may be a suitable framework in this analysis. The single most important aspect of a course writing is to show what you have learned during the course: that you have met intended learning outcomes (ILOs). Please consult the syllabus or the extended ILOs in the course information as a guide to finding key aspects in this endeavor. However, security (as in protection of privacy and confidentiality) and legal aspects should be excluded. Also remember that the assumed target reader is a fellow student with no knowledge of medical informatics. More information—including the essay manual—can be found on the essay page in Lisam. References 1. Institute of Medicine (US), Committee on Quality of Health Care in America. Crossing the quality chasm: a new health system for the 21st century. Washington: National Academy Press; 2001 2. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US). National Quality Measures Clearinghouse [Internet]. Rockville (MD): The Agency; [cited 2017 Jun 28]. Browse by measure domain; [cited 2017 Jun 28]; [about 2 screens]. Available from: 3. American College of Cardiology Foundation; American Heart Association; Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement. Heart failure performance measurement set [Internet]. 2nd ed. Chicago: Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement; 2016 Apr [cited 2017 Jun 28]. 49 p. Available from: Heart-Failure-Measure-Worksheets-Updated-April-2016.pdf