Public Health Database

Identify one relevant public health database for your organization and interpret a basic
analysis that pertains to one aspect of your organization’s work. Explain how the results
might inform the practices or policy of your organization.

Public Health Database

With each passing day, the world is changing, all the while gravitating towards the
transformation of information. It is a digital world, and, with its onset, the proliferation of
health care. The creation of such a database provides foundational utilization of data. Data
being a medium of accessibility, retrieval, and storage is at its most convenient time. This
paper will address the connection between data and healthcare, discussing the model in detail.
Relational database
The EDI relational database is a platform that is known to be a TR3EDI schema
version of standard value. Finding the right levels of a flattened structure is essential;
Through the online transaction processing methodology, data has become immediate and
conveniently able to organize data into tables and linking them to respective terminals.
Work systems analysis
Functions of a work systems analysis will mainly boil down to its most pronounced,
to contribute client safety, to promote system design, and to improve the overall outlook of
the functionality of how the different systems must converge for the system to work. At the
beginning of the process, one decides the main body of the analysis, which gives direction to
the project. Second, a preliminary work system is set up, a step that is not only most
important but also publishes the inputs and output terminals, as does the process

Close to a final spot where work analysis is in position to conduct an investigation.
Through systems analysis, a positive divergence is eclipsed as far as healthcare provision is
illustrated. ABILITY –MOTIVATION –MODELS (AMO) will be considered through the
three dimensions of society. Opportunity enhancing services are considered less efficient and
affect organizational performance. In summary, a database integrates data and uses analytics
to develop a means for the transfer of quality, efficiency, and cost. These are integral aspects
of a rapidly changing healthcare scene.


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in Artificial Intelligence and Databases (pp. 60-68). Morgan Kaufmann.