T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​he assignment is the business case is under the public he

T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​he assignment is the business case is under the public health faculty- health management. the assignment must be written by a healthcare expert NOT A BUSINESS EXPERT.
Although the assignment is a business case the focus should be on the management including, financial management, and change management.
please used the Kotter’s 8 step plan as a change model
The task needs you to first develop a Scenario as follows
you are a senior manager for a large group dental practice. The CEO has asked you to review the range of Patient Management Systems (PMS) available, which could enhance performance across the organisation
you need first to determine the size of the group dental practice. please assume that the capacity of the group dental practice is 20 patients.
You then need to assume that the group dental are currently using a paper-based medical recorded system.
Then you need to choose and compare two EMRs to the paper-based medical records currently used by the dentist group
You should use the suggested EMRs from the following link:
Please use one of the provided templates for the business case
Please use at least 35 references with no less than 20 journal articles and include the page number in the intext citation.
I included all the subject material please try to use as much of them as possible
I provide you with the task requirement under this paragraph;
A common, contemporary issue for health service managers are the constant changes due to technological developments. This is seen in device and pharmaceuticals products, which can be expensive, disrupt current practices and lead to other changes and costs. Nowhere is it more prevalent than in the innovation, implementation, and everyday use of digital technology.
In the contemporary health care environment, there is often pressure on managers from clinicians wishing to have access to the most ‘up-to-date’ technology, from providers to equip sites with their version of such technology, and from insurers who are concerned at the rising costs associated with such technology. However, it is often the case that the evidence supporting new technologies is sparse, inconclusive, funded by those with vested interests, or lacking in cost- effectiveness analyses. As a manager/policymaker/planner in healthcare, you will be asked at some stage to review options and make a recommendation on technology, by presenting a comprehensive, structured business case.
You are a senior manager for a large group dental practice. The CEO has asked you to review the range of Patient Management Systems (PMS) available, which could enhance performance across the organisation.
The dental pract​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ice operates from multiple locations, has employed dentists and oral health therapists, and provides rooms and support for self-employed visiting dental specialists, some of whom are on your Board. Some of your visiting dental specialists have preferences, and may also have financial interests, in PMS’.
When considering the substantial upfront costs, as well as annual licensing costs post-purchase, it is clear that the relative cost of PMS’ will be a key factor influencing your evaluation. However, getting the right version for your practice, most capable of improving performance, is also critical. You have been asked to present a business case to the board that reviews key factors that need to be considered before making a decision regarding the practice’s acquisition of a PMS.
You are to develop a business case to use in the above scenario. Your business case should include the following, but please note that this is not an exhaustive list.
1. Your investigation/findings:
• Evidence that you have reviewed the contemporary issues particular to digital health, whilst considering several versions of PMS technology (the tutorials will clarify this expectation).
• Identification and rating of risks and benefits in introducing new technology of this type.
• Clinical factors to review regarding the technology, such as safety, efficacy, and suitability to the scenario environment.
• Financial impacts, such as costs, value for money, and funding.
• Identification of governance mechanisms to assist in any future implementation within the business case.
• (20/60 marks)
2. Your recommendations:
• Within the business case, and supported by your investigations and risk assessment above, make a recommendation to your manager on the technology itself.
• (10/60)
3. Your change management plan:
• Include a brief change management plan that you would use to introduce the new technology, including how you would identify and communicate to key stakeholders.
• (10/60)
4. Structure and write your business case professionally.
• (10/60 marks)
5. Use relevant, reliable literature to inform your business case.
• (10/60 marks)
As stated, this is not an exhaustive list, and it is up to you to decide what extra information might be needed based on your findings. You will find a number of different business case templates in on Blackboard. It is up to you to select and modify the template you think is most relevant to your findings. You are also welcome to use a template not posted on Blackboard, if it is relevant (e.g. you might have a business case template currently used in your own workplace).
Please note that the marking crit​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​eria are available on Blackboard.

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