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HEALTHCARE & NURSING INFORMATICS
Transcript of HEALTHCARE & NURSING INFORMATICS
DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN
Electronic Health Record includes which of the following activities?
A. Includes all information about an individual's lifetime health status and health care.
B. Collection and entry of data into a computer system
C. Health data are distributed across multiple systems
D. Includes both wellness and illness information
E. All of the above
Semancik (1997) describes a CIS as a collection of software programs and associated hardware that supports the entry, retrieval, update and analysis of client care information and associated clinical information related to client care
• Client-focused clinical information system
• Departmental clinical information system
EDUCATION IN NURSING INFORMATICS
WHAT IS NURSING INFORMATICS?
NURSING & HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS
"Nursing Informatics science and practice integrates nursing, its information and knowledge and their management with information and communication technologies to promote the health of people, families and communities worldwide" (Kelly & Crawford, 2013)
NURSING & HEALTHCARE INFORMATICS
WHAT ROLE DOES TECHNOLOGY PLAY IN YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE?
Canadian Nursing Informatics Association
Health Informatics Training System
Involvement in organizations and groups
Journals and Newsletters
ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD
Phase I- the "Mainframe Era"
Phase II- The "PC Era"
Phase III- The "Ubiquitous Computing Era"
Remus & Kennedy, 2012
The 4th era of computing according to Weiser and Brown (1996) is called:
A) Virtual Reality
B) Ubiquitous Computing
E) There is no 4th era
(Kelly & Crawford, 2013)
(Kelly & Crawford, 2013
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