hsn375 | undergraduate
Informatics For Patient-centered Care
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Role of Technology and Informatics in Nursing
- Identify basic computer, software, and informatics terms and concepts.
- Describe how nurses manage health care information.
- Describe the nurse’s role in the use of informatics and technology.
- Explain the strategic planning process.
Health Information Systems
- Identify information systems used in the health care setting.
- Explain the effect of regulatory, legal, and ethical issues in the nurse’s use of data and health information systems.
- Explain how the informatics and technological needs of a health care organization are determined.
Nurse Leaders' Use of Technology
- Determine selection criteria for evaluating informatics and technology systems.
- Describe how nurse leaders use technology to make health care decisions.
Health Care Technology Assessment and Selection
- Compare similar health care technologies.
- Select a specific health care technology resource appropriate for the given requirements of a population and facility.
- Identify considerations regarding health care technology implementation and maintenance.
- Explore the future of informatics.
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