WRITE A CRITICAL REVIEW OF ARTICLE: Please Read and Summarize above Article ‘Cloud-based Analytics: Supporting Healthcare’s Digital Transformation’ in APA style format (4-5 pages). Students should also integrate answers to the following three questions in their papers:§ What is the author trying to say?§ What is the significance of what you read?§ How does the material influence you?WRITING A CRITICAL REVIEW OF AN ARTICLE What is a critical review?A critical review is much more than a simple summary; it is an analysis and evaluation of a book, article, or other medium. Writing a good critical review requires that you understand the material, and that youKnow how to analyze and evaluate that material using appropriate criteria. Steps to writing an effective critical review:ReadingSkim the whole text to determine the overall article, structure and methodology. This will help you better understand how the different elements fit together once you begin reading carefully. Read critically. It is not enough to simply understand what the author is saying; it is essential to challenge it. Examine how the article is structured, the types of reasons or evidence used to support the conclusions, and whether the author is reliant on underlying assumptions or theoretical frameworks. Take copious notes that reflect what the text means AND what you think about it. AnalyzingExamine all elements. All aspects of the text—the structure, the methods, the reasons and evidence, the conclusions, and, especially, the logical connections between all of these—should be considered. The types of questions asked will vary depending on the discipline in which you are writing, but the following samples will provide a good starting point: StructureWhat type of text is it? (For example: Is it a primary source or secondary source? Is it original research or a comment on original research?)What are the different sections and how do they fit together? Are any of the sections particularly effective (or ineffective)?MethodologyIs the research quantitative or qualitative? Does the methodology have any weaknesses?How does the design of the study address the hypothesis?Reasons/EvidenceWhat sources does the author use (interviews, peer-reviewed journals, government reports, journal entries, newspaper accounts, etc.)?What types of reasoning are employed (inductive, deductive, abductive)? What type of evidence is provided (empirical, statistical, logical, etc.)? Are there any gaps in the evidence (or reasoning)?ConclusionsDoes the data adequately support the conclusion drawn by the researcher(s)? Are other interpretations plausible?Are the conclusions dependent on a particular theoretical formulation? What does the work contribute to the field?LogicWhat assumptions does the author make?Does the author account for all of the data, or are portions left out? What alternative perspectives remain unconsidered?Are there any logical flaws in the construction of the argument?Writing: Formulate a answers based on your overall evaluation. A strong review will acknowledge both strengths and limitations. Ensure that your review summary answers the assignment. then your review summary should focus strictly on the material in the article and your analysis and evaluation of it.