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learning environment that addresses complex work of our changing organizational cultures is viewed as an opportunity to learn (Wakefield, 2008). In a learning environment, individuals are not blamed but assure that reporting system are well developed so that problems will be addressed, and information technology is an organized method to create this system of notification (Wakefield, 2008). Systems are now being implemented with best practice alerts, clinical reminders, ID band coding and promote evidence-based practice and include order sets (Murphy, 2010). Nurses and physicians love this technology when it assists with patient care and makes workflow easier (Murphy, 2010).Murphy, J. (2010). Nursing informatics. The journey to meaningful use ofelectronic health records. Nursing Economic$, 28(4), 283–286.Wakefield, M. K. (2008). The Quality Chasm series: Implications for nursing. In R.
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