NR 599 Nursing Informatics For Advanced Practice
NR 599 Week 1 Introductions (2 Versions)
Post a written response in the forum to EACH question. Each response should be substantive and provide enough detail to answer the question comprehensively. This assignment DOES NOT require citation or references.
- During what month were you born?
- What does informatics mean to you? Provide one detailed example.
- What specifically about informatics do you want to learn in this course?
- Select one personal photograph which has significant meaning to you. Attach the photograph in JPEG or PDF format to the discussion forum AND provide a caption. The following hyperlink includes instructions for uploading an image: https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10700-4212190965 (Links to an external site.)
- I was born in the month of November
- Informatics to me, is the combination of health and technology. It is managing, analyzing, gathering and applying health concepts and data with health information technology to provide better healthcare. One example of informatics that’s widely used in healthcare today is electronic health records (ERHHR).
- In this course I would like to learn more about systems and technology that help with clinical decision making. Informatics can be used as a means to inform and support practice. I want to learn about all the possible ways to do this; specifically, to learn how to use informatics to assists in clinical decision making.
- Family photo caption: it’s not what we have in our life, but who we have in our life.
NR 599 Week 2 Discussion Questions (Bundle)
NR-599 Week 2 Discussion 1: MidWeek Comprehension Questions
Information literacy is critically important for all nurses, especially APNs. APNs must be able to determine what information is needed, find the information, critique the information, provide care based on this information, and evaluate the outcomes of the process. Sound challenging? Continue to reflect upon strategies to facilitate this process. Provide a brief response (100 words or less)
NR 599 Week 2 Discussion 2: Pre-Tanic Self – Assessment & Reflection Post (4 Versions)
Reflect upon your current or most recent clinical practice and answer the following:
- How is informatics used?
- Regarding the Pre-TANIC Self-Assessment for this week, how did your perceived competency level prior to the self-assessment compare to after the self-assessment? Explain in detail.
2. What competencies do you use in your current clinical role? Provide at least one example.
3. Identify resources to develop a strategic plan to enhance your competency skills.
- Which resources are … to your needs and why?
- How do you intend to enact this improvement plan?
NR 599 Week 3 Discussion: EHRs Benefits and Drawbacks (4 Versions)
As discussed in the lesson and assigned reading for this week, EHRs provide both benefits and drawbacks. Create a “Pros” versus “Cons” table and include at least 3 items for each list. Next to each item, provide a brief rationale as to why you selected to include it on the respective list.
Refer to the Stage 3 objectives for Meaningful Use located in this week’s lesson under the heading Meaningful Use and the HITECH Act. Select two objectives to research further. In your own words, provide a brief discussion as to how the objective may impact your role as an APN in clinical practice.
NR 599 Week 4 Midterm Exam Material: Collection
NR 599 Week 4 Midterm Review (Questions-Answers)
- Question: The nurse understands that nursing informatics is recognized as a specialty area of practice by which statement?
- Question: Which statement by the nurse verifies that the nurse is “information literate”?
- Question: What is information?
- Question: The nurse gathers much data when caring for clients. Which is an example of the higher-level “information” useful in caring for clients?
- Question: Which statement best distinguishes the difference between information literacy and computer literacy?
- Question: Which statement indicates the appropriate level of informatics competencies to the correct nurse?
- Question: What is Quality Information?
- Question: What is data?
- Question: What is data integrity?
- Question: What is necessary to determine if a website has quality information?
- Question: Offline:
- Question: Online:
- Question: Computer literate:
- Question: EX:
- Question: Information literate:
- Question: Heal literate:
- Question: Nursing Informatics:
- Question: Knowledge:
- Question: Why do we need to study nurse informatics?
- Question: What is a common reality that occurs with nursing and technology?
- Question: Definition of Nursing Informatics by ANA:
- Question: What are the functions of computers in Nursing Practice?
- Question: What is Telehealth?
- Question: Examples of Telehealth devices:
- Question: What is biometric technology?
- Question: How do human resources use computers?
- Question: How do medical records management use computers?
- Question: What is the definition of information technology?
- Question: What is the definition of computer literacy?
- Question: How do you identify problems?
- Question: What is the 3 things needed when looking for information online?
- Question: Edu:
- Question: org:
- Question: com:
- Question: net:
- Question: gov:
- Question: mil:
- Question: A disadvantage to the utilization of the electronic medical record (EMR) includes which of the following?
- Question: Which action indicates the nurse is functioning as a knowledge worker?
- Question: A nurse manager wishes to hire a new nurse who has just graduated from nursing school. At the beginning level of informatics competencies, the nurse should be able to do which of the following?
- Question: In which way does medical informatics overlap with nursing informatics?
- Question: Health care consumers have all the information and tools to make health care choices because they can easily compare quality and cost of care. Which of the following is correct? .
- Question: The role of the informatics nurse does not include assessing the usability of devices for health care consumers. This statement is false because of which of the following reasons?
- Question: The development of policy regarding usability is an important part of the informatics nurse’s role. Over the next few years, nursing informatics and other health informatics disciplines will crisscross, resulting in more interdisciplinary projects. This statement is true because of which of the following reasons?
- Question: The best estimate of the number of informatics nurses needed over the next few years is which of the following?
- Question: There are no available nursing informatics programs including doctoral degrees; therefore, nurses prepare for advanced practice through medical informatics curriculum. This answer is false because of which of the following reasons?
- Question: The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) incorporated the foundation provided by the American Nurses Association (ANA) in its definition of nursing informatics and scope and standards of practice. Applicants for the Informatics Nurse credentialing examination are required to meet which of the following minimum criteria?
- Question: Which is an example of supporting research?
- Question: Which role is only appropriate for the informatics nurse specialist (INS)?
- Question: Which of the following examples demonstrate how nursing informatics helps to support nursing practice?
- Question: Information is defined as which of the following?
- Question: Nurses need to become skilled at using patient-centered IT tools to access information that can expand their knowledge in a just-in-time, evidence-based approach. Which one of these answers best indicates the nurse is functioning as a knowledge worker?
- Question: The TIGER initiative is an acronym for which of the following?
- Question: The Quality and Safety Education for Nursing (QSEN) project sets an agenda to improve the quality and safety of the health care delivery system. To achieve the goals set by QSEN, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) suggested the following competencies for nurses except for which of the following?
- Question: Technology has been useful in reducing errors by assisting the health care team to identify the patient before rendering care. The most common way for nurses to identify patients using technology is through which of the following?
- Question: Access to patient care data and utilization of nursing research are essential components of evidence-based practice designed to increase patient safety and provide quality care. Which of the following can technology cannot be employed to remove barriers to information and evidence-based practice?
- Question: The reason that nursing lags behind in the education of nursing informatics specialists is because of which of the following?
- Question: Which of the following groups have been selected to help drive the changes necessary to transform the health care delivery system, improve quality of services delivery, and improve safety?
- Question: The Informatics Nurse Specialist is an integral member of the health care team with the expertise to:
- Question: Which of the following answers is the best definition of data?
- Question: What is the key impediment of telehealth?
- Question: What are the benefits of nursing terminologies?
- Question: What are NANDA, NIC, NOC, CCC, PNDS, NMDS? Examples of nursing terminologies
- Question: Research that generates knowledge for nursing practice is called?
- Question: What are the three sciences that nursing informatics utilized in the definition?
- Question: Nursing informatics focuses in what four concepts?
- Question: What are raw facts that lack meaning?
- Question: What are the modules of CDSS?
- Question: What filed attempts to capture the complex process of the human thought and intelligence?
- Question: What is the longitudinal electronic record of patient health information produced by encounters in one or more care settings?
- Question: Decrease ER visits, decrease length of stay, decrease admission, decrease travel costs, increase in productivity of clinicians
- Question: What is the definition of nursing terminologies?
- Question: The number one focus of EHR as stated by the IOM?
- Question: What are the components of the metaparadigm of nursing?
- Question: Who are the consumers of telehealth technology?
- Question: A DSS or CDSS should support, not replace what of a clinician or manager?
- Question: What are 3 peripheral devices used in telehealth?
- Question: What is a system … to support health care providers in making decision about the delivery and management of patient care?
- Question: What module is used to enter meds and other orders into the computer?
- Question: What allows the clinician to be in contact with a patient without a face to face encounter?
- Question: People who share a specialized knowledge?
- Question: What is the ability to apply appropriate use of knowledge to manage and solve human problems?
- Question: What is a RN with an advanced education possess additional knowledge skills to computer and information technology?
- Question: What is the goal of nursing informatics?
- Question: Data that is interpreted, organized or structured?
- Question: Information that is synthesized so that relationships are identified and formalized?
- Question: The appropriate use of knowledge to manage and solve human problems?
- Question: Process of actively and skillfully using knowledge to apply analyze, synthesize and/or evaluate data and information?
- Question: Informatics
- Question: Nursing Informatics
- Question: Healthcare Informatics
- Question: Benefits of Nursing Informatics:
- Question: Informatics Pyramid (Bottom to Top):
- Question: Structured Data:
- Question: Unstructured Data:
- Question: Easy to use;
- Question: Evidence-Based Practice:
- Question: Clinical Decision-Making:
- Question: Knowledge Transformation:
- Question: Star Model of Knowledge Transformation:
- Question: Translation to Guidelines:
- Question: Meaningful Use: Established to
- Question: HITECH Act:
- Question: EHR:
- Question: EMR:
- Question: PHR:
NR-599 Week 4 Midterm Review & Study Guide
- General principles of Nursing Informatics:
- Scientific Underpinning:
- The Foundation of Knowledge Model
- Computer science:
- Cognitive science:
- Information science
- Standard Terminology:
- Informatics Competencies:
- Information literacy:
- Health literacy:
- Meaningful Use
- Patient-centered Information Systems:
- Clinical Decision Support Systems:
- Electronic Medical Records: (EHR)
- Human-Technology Interface:
- Health Information Technology:
- Alarm fatigue:
- Digital natives:
- Information Literacy Competency Standards for Nursing:
- HITECH Act:
- TIGER-based Nursing Informatics Competencies Model:
- Nursing Informatics
NR 599 Week 4 Midterm Exam Material plus Discussion (Bundle)
NR-599 Week 4 Midterm Study Guide, Review, ROK
NR 599 Week 4 Discussion: MidWeek Comprehension Questions
NR 599 Week 5 Assignment plus Discussion (Bundle)
NR 599 Week 5 Assignment: Reflection Questions
You will need to post your reflection here before you are able to see other students’ posts.
- In what ways could an understanding of systems theory and complexity science impact the role of the NP?
- Take a few minutes to reflect on the NP practice model that is most predominant in … practice environments you have observed. Are you … level of interprofessional collaboration?
Briefly consider what appears to be the driving practice model for advanced practice nursing in your state. If your state lags behind in its practice model language, what might you do to facilitate change?
NR-599 Week 5 Discussion: Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSSs)
- This week we learned about the potential benefits and drawbacks to clinical decision support systems (CDSSs). Create a “Pros” versus “Cons” table with a column for “Pro” and a separate column for “Con”. Include at least 3 items for each column. Next to each item, provide a brief rationale as to why you included it on the respective list.
- The primary goal of a CDSS is to leverage data and the scientific evidence to help guide appropriate decision making. CDSSs directly assist the clinician in making decisions about specific patients. For this discussion thread post, you are to assume your future role as an APN and create a clinical patient and scenario to illustrate an exemplary depiction of how a CDSS might influence your decision. This post is an opportunity for you to be innovative, so have fun!
NR 599 Week 6 Assignment plus Discussion (Bundle)
NR 599 Week 6 Assignment: Medical Application Critical Appraisal Guidelines (2 Versions)
NR-599 Week 6 Discussion: MidWeek Comprehension Questions
As mentioned in this lesson, numerous telecommunications-ready tools are already available to assist nurses in delivering care and improving patients’ health outcomes. New and innovative tools are rapidly making it to the marketplace, making current tools dated and sometimes obsolete. Continue to reflect upon the point-of-care tools you may be familiar with using in your role as a Registered Nurse and how your responsibilities will change with your future role as an APN. How will you stay current? Provide a brief response (100 words or less)
NR 599 Week 7 Discussion Questions (Bundle)
NR 599 Week 7 Discussion 1: Midweek Comprehension Questions
As mentioned in the lesson, for the healthcare professional to be an effective patient advocate, he or she must understand how information technology affects the patient and the subsequent delivery of care. Continue to reflect upon what does this statement means to you and your responsibilities as a future APN. Provide a brief response (100 words or less)
NR-599 Week 7 Discussion 2: Post TANIC Self-Assessment and Reflection Post (2 Versions)
Reflect and respond to EACH of the following questions.
- Regarding the Post-TANIC Self-Assessment for this week, how does your competency level compare to the Week 2 Self-Assessment?
- Which two competencies do you think may benefit you in your future role as an APN and why?
- As discussed in the lesson this week, healthcare providers must be competent in informatics in order to make ethical decisions about informatics technologies and patients’ intimate healthcare data and information. To the extent that information technology is reshaping healthcare practices or promises to improve patient care, healthcare professionals must possess certain competencies which will assist with consistency and quality. Which two competencies did you achieve in this course? Explain.
NR 599 Week 8 Discussion: MidWeek Comprehension Questions
NI knowledge, skills, and competencies are so pervasive in the modern technology-rich healthcare environment it is difficult to imagine one without the other. This course provided foundational and introductory knowledge regarding informatics with an emphasis on developing an understanding of concepts of nursing informatics (NI) and becoming knowledgeable about the application of informatics in advanced practice. Reflect upon one NI competency relevant to APNs which you learned in this course. Provide a brief summary (100 words or less)
NR 599 Week 8 Final Exam
Part I: Multiple Choice Questions
- Question: Why is it difficult to integrate information from all hospital departments into a single hospital information system?
- Question: Which of the following groups of activities represent challenges to the technologist when building an integrated hospital information system?
- Question: The conceptual components of informatics are:
- 4. Question: Several colleges have … that Wikipedia … banned as a resource for academic papers. Which of the following statements support that ban?
- Question: When would you use the word “and” in a literature search?
- Question: What is a refereed journal?
- Question: Several indexes to scholarly literature can … in the library. Which one of these indexes has the most applicability to the profession of Nursing?
- Question: Why are informatics nurse specialists and nurse scholars so interested in nursing nomenclatures, taxonomies, and classification?
- Question: How many classification systems are … by the American Nurses Association?
- Question: Which three data sets must be … together to complete the nursing process?
- Question: Which of the … are forces that impact the nursing profession and are causing a growing interest in information technology?
- Question: Which of the following statements is a definition of Nursing Informatics?
- Question: The functional components of informatics are:
- Question: The role of the Informatics Nurse Specialist (INS) encompasses multiple activities ranging from the development of Informatics theory to the ongoing maintenance & provision of enhancements to information systems. Which of the following statements describes the education, experience, & user groups that concern an INS?
- Question: Security can … defined as:
- Question: Beliefs about who generates, stores, retrieves, & uses information within an organization are known as the organizations:
- Question: Privacy can … defined as:
- Question: Confidentiality can … defined as:
- Question: As a nurse practitioner, you are … by a patient about the usefulness of a particular website for health information. You do not know the website and have no computer available to access the site in your office. Which of the following replies would … the most appropriate to make to your patient?
- Question: Why are nurses’ natural advocates of consumer health applications?
- Question: A consumer health care application can … described as:
- Question: The four areas in which Informatics Nurse Specialists practice are:
- Question: Which of the following are impediments to the successful implementation of a computerized medical record?
- Question: Which of the following statements represent conditions recommended by the Institute of Medicine for the future electronic health record?
- Question: Inputs in geographic information systems are frequently derived from:
- Question: Which of the following definitions best describes a Geographic Information System?
- Question: Which of the following are limitations of Geographic Information Systems?
- Question: Which of the following statements justifies the need for and use of standardized nursing languages?
- Question: Which of the following are characteristics of a POC (point-of-care) information system?
- Question: Which of the following statements reflect goals that health care facilities might consider when moving to a POC system?
- Question: Which of the following pairs of items are examples of quantitative benefits of point of care (POC) systems?
- Question: Which of the following pairs of items are examples of qualitative benefits of point of care (POC) systems?
- Question: To … able to effectively implement a point-of care system, you need all of the following except:
- Question: In moving a Hospital towards a POC system, multiple problems may emerge. Which of the statements listed below best describes a problem that may impact the entire institution?
- Question: Which of the following groups of items best represent the characteristics of a point of care system?
- Question: Which of the following situations represent drawbacks to implementing a POC system?
- Question: A nursing diagnosis is best … by which of the … statements?
- Question: In which stage of the five level patient record would information from alternative forms of health care … included?
- Question: Why is there an absence of nursing data in national and regional databases?
- Question: Which of the following statements best describes why the Nursing intervention classification (NIC) is important to Nursing Informatics?
- Question: Heuristics can … defined as the study of:
- Question: The thirteen data sets approved by the American Nurses Association include which of the following lists?
- Question: Knowledge can … defined as:
- Question: Knowledge can … transformed into which of the following
- Question: The information resources of a hospital are:
- Question: Healthcare computing in hospitals began in the 1980’s and continues to the present. Which of the following activities represents the first efforts (in the 1980’s) toward computerization of healthcare?
- Question: The older terminologies of health care computing have been … with more meaningful, descriptive terminologies that reflect the movement toward information as a resource. To this end, data entry is now known as::
- Question: The information silos of old hospital systems are now … :
Part II: True/False Questions
- Question: Access to patient-specific, agency-specific, & domain-specific data, information & knowledge, by nurses, has potential to improve ICU decision making
- Question: The management of information is the functional ability to collect, aggregate, organize, move & represent information in an economical, efficient way.
- Question: The traditional view of information in the health care environment has been … on the patient.
- Question: About 100 people in the US die each day because current paper base health care system introduces errors or delays treatment or limits what health care professionals know
- Question: Geographic Information Systems have been … in some form since the 1960’s.
- Question: Comprehensive patient care systems that effectively automate the medical record are not ready for implementation
- Question: The Continuity of Care Record (CCR) is intended to foster & improve continuity of patient care, to reduce medical errors, & to assure at least a minimum standard of health information transportability when a patient is referred or transferred to, or is otherwise seen by, another provider.
- Question: It is intrinsically necessary to understand how a system will … and who will use it. What follows is that the system users must have a voice in the development, design, and use.
- Question: An organizations’ philosophy of information use provides framework for development of security policies, procedures & practices within organization
- Question: Nursing Informatics has been … as an area of specialty nursing practice by the American Nurses Association.
- Question: A hospital database should contain data that facilitates analysis of traditional management questions relating to employees, salaries, & productivity.
- Question: A hospital database should contain data necessary to analyze work of clinical departments.
- Question: A hospital database which integrates data from several computer systems within the institution can directly support patient care.
- Question: Hospital databases should provide access to patient records for clinical research purposes.
- Question: New information needs of hospitals must include information that analyzes the cost of patient care & its interdependency with the quality of care.
- Question: Hospital Information Systems make it possible to collect & store large amounts of data beyond the institution’s immediate needs.
- Question: The traditional view of information in the health care environment has been … on the patient.
- Question: Clinical, empirical, & conceptual knowledge are essential components in the development of a discrete Nursing language.
- Question: The Health on the Net Foundation helps patients to evaluate health-related websites.
- Question: The professional and/or contractual duty to safeguard the secrecy of patient information regardless of how it is acquired, stored, processed, generated, retrieved, or transmitted is known as confidentiality.
- Question: Early hospital information systems were primarily used for nonpatient care procedures such as billing, payroll, & personnel.
- Question: Consumer health informatics can best … as tools that empower the patient to make more informed choices about healthcare issues.
Part III: Essay Pick ONE of the following questions
- Question: Describe one of the VR simulations used in treating phobias.
- Question: It has been said that the promise of nanotechnology is to “allow doctors to execute curative & reconstructive procedures in the body at cellular & molecular levels. Discuss your concerns & opinions on the use of nanotechnology in medicine. What do you think are the ethical, legal, & moral dilemmas involved in developing & using this new technology? If you could extend life through the use of this technology, would you? Why or why not?
- Question: We know that nursing unit activities represent the core of patient care in the hospital. Discuss why nurses have been reluctant to become involved in the development and implementation of information systems in health care.
- Question: Nursing and technology frequently clash in the clinical practice area. Nurses rightly (or wrongly) think that technology interferes with their care of patients and that “high tech” means “high touch” is absent from care. Do you think this is true? Do nurses who are able to use technology (and do) sacrifice their ability to care for patients?
- Question: Discuss the potential uses of Geographic Information Systems in community health, epidemiology, public health, and hospital administration. Consider such topics as the aging population, distribution of health care, distribution of care services, and development of nursing knowledge..
NR 599 Week 8 Final Exam Study Guide
Questions-Answers (Multiple Choice):
- Question: Informatics nursing is … from other nursing specialties by its focus on:
- Question: Applications that are … to run on a common platform, operate in a common environment, and communicate through direct data transfer are known as:
- Question: Adult learners most effectively learn about a new clinical information system when the instructor:
- Question: Knowledge that is … in reasoning is known as:
- Question: What process produces a blueprint that details how hardware and software meet the needs of the organization?
- Question: Ease of navigation, appropriate language, efficiency of use, ease of learning, and intuitiveness are all examples of:
- Question: The problems of an existing system have been … , along with possible solutions. What is the next step in the systems analysis stage?
- Question: What type of testing is … components to ensure that the subset works with the entire system?
- Question: In project management, the critical path is best … as a series of activities that:
- Question: What is the initial layer of protection to prevent unauthorized, external access to a facility’s information network?
- Question: What is the most common risk to patient privacy and confidentiality?
- Question: Which document articulates the primary factors that guide professional nursing judgment, regarding confidential patient information?
- Question: Integrating clinical practice guidelines with an electronic health record facilitates quality improvement measurement by:
- Question: An online course discussion board is a form of:
- Question: Using an office computer system to identify a patient whom the linked hospital information system identifies as having positive cultures for pneumonia, a primary care provider orders the patient’s antibiotic. This scenario exemplifies:
- Question: In Table A, the primary key field is PatientNumber. When the informatics nurse sees PatientNumber in Table B, the nurse recognizes that the field is functioning as what type of key?
- Question: Because several disciplines support the foundation of informatics nursing, it is important for the informatics nurse to understand that:
- Question: A downtime of the electronic health record (EHR) system is … for three months from today. The informatics nurse is formulating a communication plan for the clinical staff about the downtime. The nurse plans to:
- Question: When writing and reviewing the downtime policy and procedure for the new electronic health record, it is imperative to clearly define for the end-user the:
- Question: Adherence to a standardized nursing language will lead to:
- Question: The informatics nurse violates a patient’s legal right to privacy and confidentiality, by:
- Question: Although social media sites like Facebook and WebMD may provide healthcare consumers with many benefits, using these sites presents risks to patient privacy and misuse of personal health information, because:
- Question: The informatics nurse is working on a chart to demonstrate the increasing incidence of obesity in the patient population at a health clinic. The data will represent patients who are of normal weight, overweight, obese, and morbidly obese, and it will include the percentage of the total population for each group. This type of data is most effectively represented by a:
- Question: The informatics nurse is … with the pharmacy in installing … cabinets on the nursing units. These dispensing cabinets will:
- Question: Which stage of meaningful use introduces the electronic capture and sharing of health information in a coded format?
- HITCH ACT- become meaningful users of EHR.
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
- Communication systems
Final Review & Guide
- Ethical decision making
- Bioethical standards
- Medical Applications
- Medical Devices
- FDA Oversight for Medical Devices
- Computer-aided Translators
Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
- ICD-10 Coding (International Classification of Diseases)
- Evaluation and Management Coding
- Reimbursement Codin
- Clinical Support Tool
- Workflow analysis
NR 599 Week 8 Final Study Guide (Further Addition)
- Ethical decision making
- Bioethical standards
- Medical Applications
- Medical Devices
- FDA Oversight for Medical Devices
- Computer-aided translators
- ICD-10 Coding
- Evaluation and Management Coding
- Reimbursement Coding
- Clinical Support Tools
- Workflow analysis
Week Five Reading/ Key Points
Key points from the lessons and modules
- Clinical Decision Support (CDS)
- CDS improving healthcare
- CDS challenging healthcare
- Workflow Design
- Changes in workflow, poor system design and usability issues, lack of understanding about these systems and their capabilities, user errors and system errors, and lack of defined protocols can all lead to process breakdowns and errors.
McGonigle Chapter 13
- Chapter 6 Computers in Health Care
- Chapter 19 Clinical Decision Support System
Week Six Reading/ Key Points
- McGonigle Chapter 18 Telenursing and remote access telehealth
- McBride Chapter 7 EHR and POC technology
Week Seven Reading/ Key Points
- McGonigle Chapter 5 Ethical Applications of Informatics
- McGonigle Chapter 8 Legislative Aspects of Nursing Informatics: HITECH and HIPAA
- McGonigle Chapter 12 Electronic Security
- McBride Chapter 14 Privacy and Security in a Ubiquitous Health Information Technology World
- McBride Chapter 27 “Big Data” and Advanced Analytics
- McBride Chapter 29 Enhancing Cybersecurity in New and Emerging Health Informatics Environments
Week Eight Reading/ Key Points
- McGonigle: Chapter 14 The Electronic Health Record and Clinical Informatics
- McBride Chapter 12 National Standards for Health Information Technology
- McBride Chapter 18 Data Management and Analytics: The Foundations for Improvement
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