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Synonyms for informatics

the sciences concerned with gathering, manipulating, storing, retrieving, and classifying recorded information

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Rapid-fire changes in health care technology have driven the growth of nursing informatics, making education on blending nursing practice and technology key for these professionals who work in a wide variety of settings.
With more than 25 years of experience co-designing and implementing evidence-based practice and technology infrastructures to support patient-centered care and interprofessional integration at the point of care, Troseth has been at the forefront of nursing informatics innovation.
We want a successful tele- consultation facility that uses nurses to attend queries from patients," Dr Deepak Agrawal of the Nursing Informatics programme, AIIMS, said.
1 million nurses nationwide), there remains a lack of any sort of consistency of title, reporting structure, and responsibilities of this senior nursing informatics role, which is still shaking out and heavily dependent on the organization.
It covers nursing, information, computer, and cognitive sciences, and the ethical management of information; various perspectives on nursing informatics and practice; precare and care support functions of administrative applications; healthcare delivery applications; how informatics supports nursing education and research; and bioinformatics.
2015 looms large Nurses ARE up to the challenge As nurses we entered this profession to improve quality of life for our patients While nursing informatics may seem like an obstacle, the end result will be better patient outcomes and greater patient satisfaction Who could argue that greater reimbursement and patient satisfaction is a negative outcome?
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A history of nursing informatics in New Zealand states: "Nursing and the use of information to improve patient care have gone hand-in-hand since at least the time of Florence Nightingale.
McAfooes' passion for promoting innovation in nursing education has spurred her involvement in numerous national and international initiatives, including acting as the chair-elect for the National League for Nursing's Council on Nursing Informatics, helping to found the Informatics Nurses from Ohio and pioneering research on simulation in nursing education for the Health Information Technology Initiative.
Nursing informatics is the support of nursing through information systems in delivery, documentation, administration, and evaluation of patient care and prevention of diseases.
She is a past chair of the AMIA Nursing Informatics Working Group and the Alliance for Nursing Informatics.
I am, of course, reflecting on the history of nursing informatics and how far, but yet how little, we have progressed in the last 25 years.
The ANA published the first Scope of Practice for Nursing Informatics in 1994 and the Standards of Practice for Nursing Informatics in 1995.
On February 11, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Commission on Certification voted to approve the formal establishment of a collaborative relationship with the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI).
The specifics of the master's-level Collaborative Nursing Informatics Program are discussed, classroom and clinical experiences are described, and evaluation processes are summarized.
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