Health Informatics: A Systems Perspective

Resources.Textbook: Health Informatics: A Systems PerspectivePowerPoint: Chapter 9.
Instructions.(1) Study the Chapter 9 case study, “Whose Body?”(a) Optional resource for your review, Chapter 9 PowerPoint.(2) Write a paper that answers the following questions at the end of the case:(a) Which perspective do you agree with, Sandy’s or Grace’s? Why?(b) Do you think there are important differences between the cases of Henrietta Lacks, Jean, and the Havasupai? Explain your answer.(c) Does a patient have the right to use the genetic information on members of her direct-lineage family members? Information on members of her extended family or relatives? Information on patients with a similar condition?(d) From a biblical perspective, what moral, ethical, and legal protocols can be considered in guiding clinicians and researchers in this case?(3) Your paper should identify, analyze, and communicate key ideas in a concise and precise manner as well as show a high level of engagement and original critical thinking.(4) Your paper should have a title page, body, and reference page. The cover and reference page will not count toward the length requirement.(5) Organize your answers in the following manner:(a) Introduction(b) Body(c) Closing(6) Your paper should be 800 to 1000 words in length. Use proper spelling, grammar, and APA formatting with in-text citations and references as needed for you to submit your paper to Grammarly for grammar and mechanics feedback prior to final submission.