Networking and Data Management

Unit Assessment II: Networking and Data Management
Edgar R. Rodriguez
Columbia Southern University

Federal agencies recognize the right of every child to grow up healthily. In this regard, the agencies devote their resources to the promotion and protection of the health of the children and their well-being. Essentially, these agencies have considered it of paramount importance to operate programs that are essential, beneficial and parallel to an integrated system.
It is because of this that the Children’s Health program has been integrated into that of the agencies. Basically, such integration is considered of paramount importance in order to facilitate increased collaboration and integration. Such integration is likewise deemed essential to improve the manner by which programs are improved with respect to the manner by which they are designed and implemented. In the same manner, there is also a need to revisit the manner by which the program is structured in order to ensure that the families of the children are also integrated in the approach, making the program more effective. One of the main steps undertaken with respect to the same pertains to the use of the mobile health clinics. This paper explores the need for networking and data management to be incorporated therein in order to help the program achieve its goals. More specifically, this paper also seeks to extensively discuss the software format to be used in relation thereto.
The software to be used in the problem at hand should mimic that of the electronic health records. This way, the mobile health clinic should devised ways by which they could store the data they obtain more effectively. One of the facets that it must mimic is the ability to effectively scan documents as well as in the preparation of PDF files.
The determination of dependencies – component dependencies – is crucial to the success of the program at hand (Williamson, Cooke & Jenkins, 2012). Usually,...