Samples "Nursing Informatics"

Nursing Informatics

Health Information Technology, Research & Reflections

Back in 2009, the U.S. federal government made a significant investment in health IT (aka health information technology as part of the so-called Stimulus Act. The government designated up to as much as $30 billion in incentive payments to healthcare providers to adopt as well as “meaningfully use” innovative electronic...

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Electronic Medical Records Response

According to Sittig and Singh (2011), there are many issues and concerns with the use of electronic medical records, including the tendency to overlook key pieces of medical history due to the large amount of data that is available per patient record. This can be challenging ethically based on the...

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704 words | 3 page(s)
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The Nurse’s Role in Informatics

Nurses play multiple roles with regard to the informatics that supports healthcare. These roles differ depending on their position and their skills and knowledge base. Informatics includes “the use of information and technology to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision making” (Masters, 2015, 306). This can be illustrated...

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Civil Structural Health Monitoring of Structures Using Automated Sensor

Civil infrastructure is the driving force behind the functioning of the society whether on buildings, bridges, factories, tunnels, or offshore petroleum installations among others. Depending on various factors such as risk, ownership, hazards, and the use to which the structures are put in, the structures have to be inspected, monitored,...

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Information Systems in Nursing

Modern nursing practice has become increasingly automated in many areas and provides opportunities to achieve greater efficiency and streamlined processes throughout the practice setting. One of the most critical areas of nursing practice is medication administration because this requires nurses to administer medications on a regular basis without errors so...

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883 words | 4 page(s)