‘Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’ is the third achievement of SDG 2015-2030 to reduce the global maternal mortality and children ratio less than 70 per 100 000 live births. Strengthening the prevention and treatment of the abused substances, like harmful use of drugs. Helping the countries by early warning of risk and their reduction, managing the national and global health risks.
In the context of this research paper, we are going to recommend some solutions for the well development of ‘Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’. From the year 2000, many achievements has been made over the health fronts to meet the required Sustainable Development Goals over health target by 2030. The progress of are said to be accelerated in the areas with highest level on burden of diseases. To achieve the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) WHO commits to work with partners all around the world.
Assessment of the system
Health refers to fundamental human right and major part of sustainable development. Unhealthiness of people threatens the ‘right of children to education’, which limits the economic opportunity for all and increases poverty within the communities all over the world. Health has been impact of the poverty and strong aspects that are connected by the other aspects of sustainable development of the environment. The proportion of people without accessing the water supply fell from 21% to 18% over the past decade. Most of the infectious diseases are improving sanitation, nutrition, drugs and vaccines.
There are significant challenges associated for the development of the system. There are places around the world women lacks accessibility to sexual and reproduction in health care. An increase in the economic integrations, nobilities and political instabilities of the new health challenges and risks are emerging, threatening livelihoods around the globe.
Identifying and describing the impact of endeavors
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) building, the SDG agenda demonstrates some scopes and ambitions. Health and education encompass certain objectives of building a broad range of economic, social and environment. There are some particular facts on the aspect of ‘Ensuring healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’ are Child Health, Maternal health and HIV/AIDS (malaria and other diseases).
For progress, acceleration and address new health challenges the global health goal including mostly the private sector. There is a requirement for development of health care solutions that work for the nation, people, communities and many others. At minimum, the business has responsibilities that includes respecting all the human rights, including the ‘right to health’. Form the contribution and achievement of health society most of the organization can be benefited. New opportunities have been provided by the SDGs to the private sectors for supporting the need of the world by delivering the products, services and business activities that includes value chain and distribution networks, safety practices and other employee benefits. Ensuring the workers have better and safer working condition and accessibility to the health services, organizational establishment to healthier staffs and greater relation to the employees and customers. Some of the most vital issues and faults identified:
- Children born into poverty has twice the tendency to die before the age of five as those from wealthier families are
- Despite determining global progress, there has been an increase in deaths of children in certain areas of this world
- Only 50% of the women are getting the recommended amount of health care they need in the developing region
- Ratio of Maternal mortality - the survival proportion of mothers with respect to the childbirth compared to those who does, in developed regions is still lesser than in the developing regions
- HIV is the leading cause of death for women of reproductive age worldwide
Certain more issues that are to be identified for the development in the health care and thus, there is a requirement of the IT sector to plan, develop an implement such technologies which can help in the process.
Identifying and explaining the role of CIO in coordination with stakeholders
The role of CIO Chief Information Officer is mainly to improve the sustainability around the globe. The aim is to address the IT aspect that can play for corporation and the executive charges making the alignment of technological department with the business policy of the company. The measurement of the sustainability by the healthcare aspect is by increasing the stakeholders in the organization. The general business policy that has been implemented to the organization are hence checked by the authorities. If the requirement for a sustainable development is not met then this technological aspects have been implemented as per the requirement of the stakeholders. There are targets set for the sustainable development in health care:
- By 2030, reducing the ratio of global maternal mortality up to less than 70 per of 100,000 live births
- Preventing deaths children and new born under the age of 5
- Strengthen the prevention and treatment of substance abuse, including narcotic drug abuse and harmful use of alcohol
- Strengthen the capacity of all countries, mainly in the developing countries
Several other targets are also for the increment of sustainable development, vaccines and medicines development for the non-communication and communicable diseases that initially affects the developing countries and provides access to afford essential medicines and vaccines.
Discussing and describing the Collaborative and Social Networking
Sustainable development has tracked by advocates and thus attempts to utilize online social networking tools because of their earliest emergence. Concepts, methodologies and tools developing in the areas of Collaborative Networks (CNs) may be facilitated by interplay of the multiple stakeholders and by the engagement that are participants needs an effort to sustainability. The Basic infrastructures and collaboration tools supports interaction, sharing of information and exchanges coordinating with all the other potential heterogeneous entities. One important element of sustainability is the demographic dimension, referring to “demographic sustainability”.
This is to recommend to the ideal approach of the sustainable development for healthcare is that: It may be easily understand the optimal growth rate of the population constant level related. CN approaches the provision of care integrated system care that consists of a number of organizations like care centers, health care institutions and many other aspects.
Overview of the proposed solution
Figure 1: Effective Information System for sustainable Development
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Figure 2: Organizational ecology for sustainable development
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The ER diagram displays the main aspect of the Growth barriers of any organization’s ecology. There are main two aspects of this the Institutional Logic and the Legitimacy of the organization. The sustainability development of the Internet Enterprise ecology identifies the logic and promotes ecological growth.
Expected solution for the problem
As a form of solution for the problem statement it can be said that the use of the information system for the collection of the data and then analyzing the collected information for the understanding of the form of problem that is being faced by the world can help in the attaining of the goal for the project. The main objective of the work is to find the best solution for the use of the information system in the form of the project topic selected. The selected topic for the project has been discussed in this report and the related working solution has been provided with the help of context diagram and ER diagram for the implementation of a sustainable development. Following the above provided solution, the organization would be able to work for the achievement of the target.
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