By Sue Houston, Tina Dieckhaus, Bob Kirchner, Renee Rookwood
This publication is the suitable gateway to all of the expert probabilities this constantly evolving self-discipline has to provide. Describing the evolution of nursing informatics from its origins to present perform in today’s complicated, different healthcare atmosphere, this booklet deals the following iteration of nurse informaticists a prepared figuring out of the self-discipline, top practices, and its scope of effect in healthcare. The publication additionally explores Nursing Informatics because it is practiced this day, together with know-how production and implementation and the advance of influential regulations and most sensible practices. certain beneficial properties contain 15 essays from nurses in myriad fields of impact, together with academia, examine, medical settings, the administrative suite, consulting, and govt, in addition to an Appendix that includes case profiles with questions indexed via bankruptcy.
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For example, Rita Zielstorff, an NI pioneer, began her initial work in healthcare informatics when she responded to a posted newsletter soliciting nurses to help design an automated medication system in the Laboratory of Computer Science at the Massachusetts General Hospital. In that role, and in other subsequent positions involving the development of information systems, Zielstorff contributed her knowledge of nursing practice. ”3 14 An Introduction to Nursing Informatics Through using their insights into the operation of hospitals and other healthcare delivery institutions, nurses embraced an interprofessional approach, partnering in particular with operations researchers to develop patient classification systems that would effectively predict the resources required to treat a given population.
An introduction to nursing informatics: evolution and innovation by Sue Houston, Tina Dieckhaus, Bob Kirchner, Renee Rookwood