HIM 650 Topic 2 DQ 2

HIM 650 Topic 2 DQ 2


Patients in hospitals usually recieve medications from a doctor. There is a 1-to-many relationship between patient and order. The same for order and medication, you can have several orders

Based on the information given and understanding of the medical field, we identified each entity. In addition, we created an ERD which contains 1 to many relationships that ensure our customers receive the best service.

How would the ERD be different? Do some of you have more entities than others?

Explain why the ERD you created is stronger and more precise than that of your classmate’s ERD.

you must include the following in your written response.

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to be or not to be.





Typically, a patient staying in a hospital receives medications that have been ordered by a particular doctor. Because the patient often receives several medications per day, there is a 1:M relationship between patient and order. Similarly,each order can include several medications, creating a 1:M relationship between order and medication.

Identify different entities from this scenario.

Create an entity-relationship diagram illustrating 1:1 and 1: many relationships.

Compare your ERD with another classmate’s and discuss the differences each of you had.

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