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Inadequate knowledge of the staff members on the use of the dashboards Generally, Dashboards are key in healthcare as far as a specific disease or health problem is concerned irrespective of the fact that they are subject to a few errors 27
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References Degenholtz, H. B., Resnick, A., Lin, M., & Handler, S. (2016). Development of an applied framework for understanding health information technology in nursing homes. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 17(5), 434-440. Dykes, P. C., & Schnock, K. O. (2016). Patient safety and quality initiatives in health informatics. Health Informatics-E-Book: An Interprofessional Approach, 408. Hunt, E. (2017). Improving Nursing Leadership’s Usage of Real Time, Data-Driven Dashboards. 2/14/19 28
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Cont. White, C. (2015). Revolution: A Report on the UHC Annual Conference 2014. American Journal of Medical Quality, 30(1_suppl), 3S-36S. Blauwet, J., & Bell, M. (2018). Technology's Role in Quality Improvement and Operational Efficiency. Frontiers of health services management, 34(3), 3-15. Bauer, K., Rock, K., Nazzal, M., Jones, O., & Qu, W. (2016). Pressure Ulcers in the United States' Inpatient Population From 2008 to 2012: Results of a Retrospective Nationwide Study. Ostomy/wound management , 62 (11), 30-38 2/14/19 29
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