Unit 1 Assignment Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment: Analyze the computer components and technologies being used to support thedevelopment of healthcare and management of health data and information. Develop a working knowledge of the emerging technologies that support the creationand maintenance of electronic health record (EHR) systems. Prepare for assuming a leadership role in the development of improved healthcareinformation systems. Explain the purpose of the systems development life cycle. Course outcomes addressed in this Assignment:HI300-1: Describe the phases and activities in the systems development life cycle.Instructions:This week you learned about fundamentals of the electronic information system. One way tolearn something is to teach that concept to someone else. For this Assignment, you will designand construct a Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation that highlights different areas of thechapter as if you were going to be teaching this to new HIT students coming into your facility. Inaddition to the concepts from the chapter reading, you will also include tips to effectivelyfacilitate teamwork and conduct meetings. You will present this PowerPoint in a training sessionfor new HIT students. Please include the following topics in your presentation: Basic Concepts and Types of Information Systems Decision Support Systems System Development Life Cycle Information Architecture and Cloud Computing Types of Software Network Architecture Please dedicate at least three slides to each topic. Your presentation must have at least 15–20slides. Please use the notes section to clarify anything that might be confusing and anything thatneeds elaboration such as definitions. Requirements: This Assignment should follow the conventions of Standard American English (correct grammar,punctuation, etc.). Your writing should be well ordered, logical, and unified, as well as originaland insightful. The resources used (including your text) should be properly cited. Your workshould display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics.