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health care environment assures that a patient receives every due attention during admission, hospital stay, and continuity of care after discharge. As the most trusted professionals, we can leverage our relationship with patients to support better engagement with EHRs to capture the important data that allows us to provide better care (Glassman, 2017). Another example may exist when a patient is admitted with a medical condition like kidney failure, the consulting Nephrologist will be paged, the kitchen will get the information for diet purpose s, the pharmacy for the right medication and every department that willbe taking part in the patient's care. I am an advocate of informatics in our health care system. It goes a long way to re-shape how we administer care and how patients receive them. The lack of data standardization can also make it challenging for a CNE to assess how the organization or a particular unit is performing and to make well-informed decisions about what to change (Thew, 2016). The role of a CNE might be challenging here, as they will make sure that Nurses have the right orientation towards imputing the right data in a patient's EMR. However, the invention of these electronic devices will not takeaway the compassionate care we give and the bond we form with our patients during their entire hospital stay. Nurses hear the call and respond with their entire being. their knowledge, ethics, and competencies shape the interaction with the patient as they respond (McGonigle &Mastrian, 2017). Good jobon your post and wishing you luck as well as we all race down the pathway of quality care delivery.ReferencesGlassman, K. S. (2017). Using data in nursing practice. American Nurse Today, 12(11), 45–47. Retrieved from /11/ant11-Data-1030.pdf. McGonigle, D., & Mastrian, K. G. (2017). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.Thew, J. (2016, April 19). Big data means big potential, challenges for nurse execs. Retrieved from -bigpotential-challenges-nurse-execsREPLYQUOTEEMAIL AUTHOR
2 months agoKadidia Tall-Waiters RE: Discussion - Week 3COLLAPSEShanice,This is a well-thought outpost, the one thing that I have learned during my short time as a nurse is when it comes to Informatics the Emergency department (ED) with all of its Providers and nursing staff they work in one of the most stressful and fast-paced environments imaginable. At any moment, patients suffering from any type of injury or affliction could come into the hospital needing treatment. According, to the medical staff nurse informatics, can play a key role as to whether that patient lives or dies, the information retrieved from the electronic database can effortlessly switch between conditions and allow you to rapidly enter patient data.