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NR 599-10645 Informatics Midterm Review Sheet RECENT

NR 599-10645 Informatics Midterm Review Sheet RECENT 1. General principles of Nursing Informatics: 9. Standard Terminology: o Standardized terminologies (STs) contribute to the development of knowledge because they ensure that all professionals share the same understanding or meaning of a given concept, to clarify communication, facilitate research, and provide structure for decision support tools and EHRs. As you look at the Foundation of Knowledge model, STs support knowledge acquisition, dissemination, generation, and processing. o STs are structured, controlled languages developed to represent concepts in a given domain in a clear, unambiguous fashion that conveys the exact same meaning for data, information, and knowledge across settings, regions, and even different countries. This consistency affords access to information and knowledge when it is needed without regard to the current model or period of care. STs are key to the development of an EHR in order to represent, communicate, exchange, reuse, and report data, information, and knowledge, including Meaningful Use criteria (Matney & Lundberg, 2013). 10. Informatics Competencies: • A set of essential skills related to informatics deemed appropriate for various levels of nursing practice. • One challenge that has been identified in the literature and continues to plague health care is the vast differences in computer literacy and information management skills that healthcare workers possess (Gassert, 2008; McNeil, Elfrink, Beyea, Pierce, & Bickford, 2006; Topkaya & Kaya, 2014). Gassert (2008) felt that new graduates were not adequately literate. Barton (2005) believed that new nurses should have the following critical skills: use e-mail, operate Windows applications, search databases, and know how to work with the institution-specific nursing software used for charting and medication administration. These skills should not be limited to just new nurses, but instead should be required of all nurses and healthcare workers. • Staggers, Gassert, and Curran (2001) advocated that nursing students and practicing nurses should be educated on core NI competencies. Although information technology and informatics concepts certainly need to be incorporated into nursing school curricula, progress in this area has been slow. In the 1980s, a nursing group of the International Medical Informatics Association convened to develop the first level of nursing competencies. While developing these competencies, the nursing group found that nurses fell in to one of the following three categories: (1) user, (2) developer, or (3) expert. These categories have since been expanded.

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