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Infrastructure of         InformaticsAs applied to nursing and healthcare in todays rapidly changing                    te...
President Barack Obama,  February 9,    2009…. “We have the most inefficient       health care system imaginable…We’re sti...
No Time for Computers!!! 06:45 Shift Report, Call light, Assessment, Vital Signs,  Call light, Medication, Response, Eval...
What is INFORMATICSand really…why do Icare as a nurse? I takecare of people, notinformation…I don’thave time for all thato...
INFORMATICS The collection, classification,         The study and application of   storage, retrieval, and              ...
“Nursing informatics is a specialty that integrates nursing science, computer   science, and information science to    man...
INFRASTRUCTURE              Basic and usually        SUPERSTRUCTURE:               permanent framework                 w...
INFORMATION   SYSTEMA combination of hardware, software, infrastructure, andtrained personnel organizedto facilitate plann...
Infrastructure=Substructure=    Superstructure=IT=Informatics=Information=System=Hardware=Softwa re=Equipment=Systems=Serv...
Building Blocks of anInformaticsInfrastructure forEvidenced-basedPractice………     Taken from : Bakken, Informatics and Evid...
Building Blocks of Informatics Infrastructure          BUILDING BLOCK             APPLYING EVIDENCE TO PRACTICE           ...
SO….What do we know?      PEOPLE, EQUIPMENT      COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY      HARDWARE and SOFTWARE      KNOWLEDGE, DATA, IN...
ReferencesBakken, S. (2001). An informatics infrastructure is essential for evidenced-         based practice. Journal of ...
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Infrastructure of an informatics department

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"GROUP" Project for NUR 353 Information Management In Healthcare. JU Online RN to BSN Spring 2013. Kimberly Aniskevich

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Infrastructure of an informatics department

  1. 1. Infrastructure of InformaticsAs applied to nursing and healthcare in todays rapidly changing technological world…… Kimberly Aniskevich, RN Jacksonville University Online RN to BSN Information Management In Healthcare NUR 353 Spring 2013 S
  2. 2. President Barack Obama, February 9, 2009…. “We have the most inefficient health care system imaginable…We’re still using paper. Nurses can’t read the prescriptions that doctorshave written out. Why wouldn’t we want to put that on anelectronic medical record thatwill reduce error rates, reduce our long-term costs of healthcare, and create jobs right now?”
  3. 3. No Time for Computers!!! 06:45 Shift Report, Call light, Assessment, Vital Signs, Call light, Medication, Response, Evaluation, Call light, Stat, Diet, NPO, Procedure, Call light, Fall Risk, Braden Scale, Mini Cog, Call light, IV, ECG, Lab draw, Call light, CODE, Discharge, Admission, Call light, Transfer, Surgery, Respiratory Distress, Call light, Chest pain, Vomiting, Dr. on the Phone, Call light, Family on the phone…. If this then that… 07:45 You want me to what with that computer????....Call light…… Oh NO….DOWNTIME…...
  4. 4. What is INFORMATICSand really…why do Icare as a nurse? I takecare of people, notinformation…I don’thave time for all thatother stuff... Defining the “foreign” world of Informatics…… S
  5. 5. INFORMATICS The collection, classification,  The study and application of storage, retrieval, and information technology to the arts, science, and professions, and to its dissemination of recorded use in organizations and society at knowledge…. large….Merriam Webster online IUPUI School of Informatics  “The discipline focused on the acquisition, Application of information science storage, and use of information in a specific and statistical techniques to the setting or domain….(It) is more about information than technology, with the latter management of information…. being a tool…to make the best use of information….”.Business Dictionary Online William Hersh
  6. 6. “Nursing informatics is a specialty that integrates nursing science, computer science, and information science to manage and communicate data, information, knowledge, and wisdom into nursing practice. Nursing informatics facilitates the integration of data, information, knowledge and wisdom to support patients, nurses, and other providers in their decision making in all roles and settings. This support is accomplished through the use of information structures, information processes, and information technology”……American Nursing Association, 2008
  7. 7. INFRASTRUCTURE  Basic and usually  SUPERSTRUCTURE: permanent framework which supports a Construction above the basement or foundation, supported by an superstructure and is infrastructure which is in turn supported by a supported by the substructure… substructure….  SUBSTRUCTURE: Basic framework or foundation that supports a superstructure, and isBusiness Dictionary Online supported by an infrastructure….
  8. 8. INFORMATION SYSTEMA combination of hardware, software, infrastructure, andtrained personnel organizedto facilitate planning, control, coordination, and decisionmaking in an organization…Business Dictionary Online
  9. 9. Infrastructure=Substructure= Superstructure=IT=Informatics=Information=System=Hardware=Softwa re=Equipment=Systems=Services=Fra mework=Support=Storage=Data=Appli cation=Information System= Networks=Knowledge=Nursing Informatics=Evidenced Based Practice (Hey! I know that one!)=Collaboration=Interface= OUCH….My head hurts…
  10. 10. Building Blocks of anInformaticsInfrastructure forEvidenced-basedPractice……… Taken from : Bakken, Informatics and Evidence- based Practice, JAMIA, 2001 S
  11. 11. Building Blocks of Informatics Infrastructure BUILDING BLOCK APPLYING EVIDENCE TO PRACTICE Provide basis for indexing digital1.) Standardized terminologies and sources of evidence and matchingstructures sources to clinician specific needs.2.) Digital Sources of Evidence Provide access to evidence. Support the communication among computer based systems to bring3.) Data Exchange Standards together patient data and decision logic. Integrate and link heterogeneous4.) Informatics Processes sources of evidence. Present clinician alerts related to potential adverse events. Retrieve clinically relevant sources of5.) Informatics Competencies evidence through the use of search tools
  12. 12. SO….What do we know? PEOPLE, EQUIPMENT COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY HARDWARE and SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE, DATA, INFORMATION, EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICE, SERVICE DELIVERY, RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT, DATA MANAGEMENT, PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION, EMR and HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS………..
  13. 13. ReferencesBakken, S. (2001). An informatics infrastructure is essential for evidenced- based practice. Journal of The American Medical Informatics Association, 8(199-201). http://doi: 10.1136/jamia. 2001.0080199Hebda, T., & Czar, P. (2013). Handbook of informatics for nurses & healthcare professionals (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.Hersch, W. (2009). A stimulus to define informatics and health information technology. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2009, 9(24). http://doi10.1186/1472-6947-9-24www.businessdictionary.comwww.merriam-webster.com

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