Each patient-provider encounter provides an opportunity to collect data that is of clinical, financial, and managerial value. In this Application, you will design a simple database. As you do this, keep in mind that not all data fields are equal. A form that collects data for high blood pressure should give an alert if the heart rate is too high. Depending on the disease in question, one field could change the treatment. Consider also, that subjective elements drive treatment in many cases. The same heart rate could mean something different for an older person versus a younger person. These subjective elements make it difficult to design standard forms because you have to be conscious of interactions of factors.To prepare for this Application, read Chapter 2, Health Care Data from your course text, Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management.Search the Internet for more information on how to ensure data quality, such as can be found at American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).By Day 4Explore the supplemental video, Electronic Medical Record.For this assignment, create a table that examines one disease state, such as hypertension or diabetes. The table should include at least 30 different data fields pertaining to the patients demographics, financials, and disease. Fields might include general information such as weight and height, and specific information to the particular disease. You can use the Sample Form as a basis for creating your table.Keep in mind that not all data fields should be treated the same and different data types can be entered for each field, such as text, image, numerical, etc. Identify the data types for each field.In 12 paragraphs written in APA style, identify 34 specific alert and triggering mechanisms. These may be used in the event that data of a time sensitive or clinically sensitive nature would be entered, such as a very high heart rate or fraudulent insurance identification number.In an additional 23 paragraphs, describe the 10 characteristics of data quality of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Pick five of these characteristics and describe what the consequences could be in the event of non-compliance for the data fields that you chose for this assignment.