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Nursing Informatics 101 Video

It is “a specialty that integrates nursing and computer science to assist in decision-making for the patient."
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Transcript of Nursing Informatics 101 Video

we cannot control it,
finance it, teach it, research it
Nursing Informatics IS...
Leadership
Knowledge
IT
Science

Communicate
Wisdom
Data
Evidence
Informatics
Nursing
Information
Technology
NI
Why Nursing
Informatics?

"If we cannot name it,
or put it into
public
policy.”
Source: Lang, N. 1993
Computer Science
Information
Science
Nursing Informatics
Defined
Nursing Science
INFORMATICS
Alliance for Nursing Informatics
http://www.allianceni.org

Resources and References
American Nurses Association
http://www.nursingworld.org

American Nurses Credentialing Center
http://www.nursecredentialing.org/

American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN)
http://www.aaacn.org/

2011 NI Workforce Survey
Training as Nurse Informaticist
Data from the 2011 HIMSS Nursing Informatics Workforce Survey ©
2011 NI Workforce Survey
Training as Nurse Informaticist
Degree Earned in 2011
Data from the 2011 HIMSS Nursing Informatics Workforce Survey © HIMSS
2011 NI Workforce Survey
Top Three Job Responsibilities
American Nurses’ Association Credentialing Center Board Certification
in Nursing Informatics

http://ancc.nursecredentialing.org/Certification/NurseSpecialties/Informatics.aspx

HIMSS – CPHIMS (Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems)

http://www.himss.org/health-it-certification?navItemNumber=13588
Nursing Informatics Certifications
Source: ANI Testimony to the October 2009 Forum on the Future of Nursing
Implications for Informatics
Nurses must be supported by a healthcare environment that adequately enables their knowledge-based work as:
Leaders in the Effective Design and Use of EHR Systems
Integrators of Patient Information
Full Partners in Decision Making
Care Coordinators Across Disciplines
Advocates for Engaging Patients and Families
Contributors to Standardize EHR Infrastructure
Together
Nurses and Nursing Informatics
must lead, be visible, vocal
and present at the table
to achieve healthcare delivery transformation.
New Ingredients
in Transforming
Nursing
Technology
Engaged Consumers
Informatics
Access
Data Exchange
Who are Informatics Nurses?
Nursing Informatics
is Nursing!
A differentiated practice
A defined research program
Organizational representation
Educational programs
A credentialing mechanism
1st Scope and Standards of Nursing Informatics Practice Published
by ANA 2001
Meets Panniers and
Gassert’s (1996)
Attributes
of a Specialty
in Nursing
Expert
in Nursing Process
Analytical &
Critical Thinking Skills
Knowledge in Workflow Redesign
Extensive Clinical Practice
Expert Implementing the Nursing Process
Experience in Technology and Information Systems
A Defined Research Program
ASSESSMENT
PLANNING
How do Informatics Nurses
Impact the Nursing Process?

Enables the nurse
professional to be
the “Coordinator”
of each patient’s care
EVALUATION
IMPLEMENTATION
Organizational Representation
Educational Programs
A Credentialing Mechanism
A Differentiated Practice
Information Management
Process Re-engineering
Standardized Documentation
Research and Evidence Collection

NURSING INFORMATICS 101

NI was recognized as a specialty by the ANA in 1992
How do Informatics Nurses Impact the Nursing Process?


Steps for Transformation
Policy
Education
Leadership
Practice
Technologies Can Create a Better Work Environment for Inpatient Nurses:
Transforming Practice Through Technology & Informatics Will:


Improve safety and efficiency

Free clinicians from tasks

Bring evidence for decisions to point of care

Empower patients to be involved in care

Enable nurses to:

Integrate data into health information

Consult: in the home, Long Term Care (LTC), Assisted Living, Telehealth

Coordinate care across settings
Source: Cipriano, P. , Nurse Scholar in Residence, IOM 2011
Source: Cipriano, P., Nurse Scholar in Residence, IOM 2011
Explore the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Community
The first “official community” within HIMSS for Nursing Informatics was formed in 2004
– now represents over 5,000+ individuals

Our Community Framework includes: Clinical Informatics, Leadership, National Initiatives, Informatics Practice
About
Vision:

Better health through information technology.

Mission:

Globally, lead endeavors optimizing health engagements and care outcomes through information technology.
Certificate Programs
Post Graduate Degree
Specialty in Nursing Informatics MSN
Distance Learning Online
Traditional
Nursing Informatics
Courses at the
BSN Level
Nursing Informatics Education
Committee (Strategy)

Task Force (Education & Networking)


Workgroups (Participation)


Multidisciplinary Activities

External Collaborations
NI Community Framework
Improving Nursing Care
Through Technology
2003
2009
HIMSS
Community
Officially
Launched
2004
Alliance for Nursing
Informatics Formed
1st NI Workforce Survey
NI Symposium Debut
2005
NI Leadership Award &
NI Scholarship Award Created
2006
TIGER SUMMIT Collaborator
Nursing & Informatics
for 21st Century Published
2007
NI Day Established
Tiger Initiative Phase ll
2nd NI Workforce Survey
2008
Int'l Survey Impact of HIT (iHIT) on Nurses Emerging Giant Nursing Informatics Publication
Impact of the Informatics
Nurse Survey
Clinical Informatics Insights
eNewsletter Published
2010
3rd NI Workforce Survey
Social Media
N&I for the 21st Century
Publication -2nd edition
2011

NI Position Statement Published
TIGER Initiative
Foundation Established
NI Milestones
Community Population:
5,000+
Roles
of
Nursing
Informatics
Clinician Training
Project Managers
Implementation
Leaders
CNIO
and
Nurse Executives
Analysis
Research and Evaluation
Consultation
Leadership
System
Design
Development
IT Security
Policy Development
and
Advocacy
The Values and Benefits of Nurse Informaticists
Nurse Informaticists SPEAK
Two Languages
Nursing and Information Science
Acute Care
All Specialties
Ambulatory Care
Enable Cost Savings
and
Productivity Goals
Promotes Access
to
Resources and References
INFORMATION SCIENCE
Technology Aids in Systems Design to Match Clinical Workflows
Nursing Workflow Processes
Supported by Technology
Re-Engineer Clinical
Workflow & Facilitate
Change Management
Software
Development
Eliminate Redundant Documentation
Telehealth
Enhance Continuity of Care
NURSING
Informatics
Technology
Engaged Consumers
Expanded Access
New Ingredients in Transforming Nursing
Data Exchange
Key to Repeatable, Standardized Care
and Improved Outcomes
Key to Successful Implementation
Key to Research and Evidence Collection

Key Role for Nursing Informatics
The Collection Tool for Information Management
Improve efficiency, safety and quality

Add value to the way nurses coordinate and provide care

Alarm/event messaging

Biomedical device integration

Medication administration
Improve relationships
between
Providers and Recipients
of
Health Care
Nursing Informatics 101 Contributors
Leah Brown
MSN, RN, FACHE, Administrator, Clinical Informatics, Mayo Clinic FL
Robert Kirchner
RN, MSN, MBA/ HCM, Informatics Nurse Specialist, Mayo Clinic MN & Chairperson Nursing Informatics Awareness Committee
Dee McGonigle
PhD, RN, FAAN, CNE, Professor, Graduate Online Programs, Chamberlain College of Nursing
Crystal Rojas
RN, BSN, Clinical Applications Coordinator, Loma Linda Veterans Administration
Martha Vrana-Bossart
MSN, RN-BC, HITPro-CP,IM, TR, PW, Director, Health IT Program, Kennebec Valley Community College
Cynthia Whitfield Cyrus
RN, BSN, MBA, Project Manager II, Vanderbilt Medical Group, Innovation Integration Center, AAACN Liaison


Gwyneth McEuen, Graphic Editor


HIMSS Blog
http://blog.himss.org/

HIMSS NI Community
www.himss.org/nursing
www.himss.org/ni

Nursing Informatics Community Tools

HIMSS Facebook
https://www.facebook. com/HIMSSpage

HIMSS NI Standard Practices
Discussion Forum
www.himss.org/niforums
Twitter: @HIMSS
@Christel_Anders

Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action Coalition
http://thefutureofnursing.org/

TIGER Initiative Foundation
http://www.thetigerinitiative.org

2013
iHIT Survey
Published
Information Management in Nursing and Health Care
Mary Etta C. Mills, Carol Ann Romano, Barbara Roxanne Heller
HIMSS NI Position Statement
HIMSS NI Position Statement
Christel Anderson
MA, Director, Clinical Informatics, HIMSS
Melissa Barthold,
MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHMISS, Senior IT Clinical Solutions Strategist, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Tammy Duecker,
RN
Patty Guinn,
BS, RN, Director & Practice Leader, Clinical Informatics
Cornestone Advisors Group, LLC
Ruth MacCallum,
BS, RN-BC, Aspen Associate, Aspen Advisors, LLC
Jocyce Sensmeier,
MS, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, FAAN, Vice President, HIMSS

Nursing Informatics 101
Original Authors

Data from the 2011 HIMSS Nursing Informatics Workforce
Survey © HIMSS
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