Table of Contents

Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; References; Share Nursing Informatics for the Advanced Practice Nurse: Patient Safety, Quality, Outcomes, and Interprofessionalism; Section I: Introduction to the National Health Information Technology Strategy; Chapter 1: Introduction to Health Information Technology in a Policy and Regulatory Environment; Objectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; Policy and Regulation to Transform the Delivery System; Nursing's Essential Role in Health Care Reform; NEHI Framework to Organize Informatics Content; Summary. Chapter 3: Scientific and Theoretical Foundations for Driving ImprovementObjectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; Theoretical Foundations Used to Examine HIT; ANT and QI Methods Combined: Case Study Examples; Summary; Exercises and Questions For Consideration; References; Chapter 4: National Health Care Transformation and Information Technology; Objectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; Rapidly Expanding HIT; Interlocking Relationships Among Programs Within the National Strategy; Summary; Exercises and Questions for Consideration; References. Chapter 5: Consumer Engagement/Activation Enhanced by TechnologyObjectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; Background and Perspective; Patient Care-Related Engagement Approaches; Provider Approaches/Competencies; Technology Support for Patient Engagement; Health Care Costs and Technology; Summary; Exercises and Questions for Consideration; Case Study Example; References; Appendix 5.1. HIMSS Patient Engagement Framework with Meaningful Use Categories; Section II: Point-of-Care Technology (NEHI Model Component #1); Chapter 6: Computers in Health Care; Objectives; Key Words; Contents. Exercises and Questions for ConsiderationReferences; Appendix 1.1 Stage 1 Versus Stage 2: Comparison Table for Eligible Professionals; Chapter 2: Advanced Practice Roles in Interprofessional Teams; Objectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; Types of Advanced-Level Interprofessional Team Members; Informatics Competencies for Interprofessional Teams; Interprofessional Teams Working Together; National Imperatives and Role of Interprofessional Teams; Summary; Exercises and Questions for Consideration; References; Appendix 2.1 FTC Summary Details. IntroductionBackground; Review of the Basics; Case Study Lessons Learned: Case Study of Ergonomic-Human Factors in Barcode Scanning; Case Study: Effective Selection and Deployment of an EHR in a Rural Local Public Health Department; Summary; Exercises and Questions for Consideration; References; Chapter 7: Electronic Health Records and Point-of-Care Technology; Objectives; Key Words; Contents; Introduction; History of EHRs in Hospitals; Current Drivers Behind an EHR National Initiative in the United States; Benefits of the EHR for Improving Safety and Quality; EHR Implementation and Adoption.