11. Which best explains the application of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Triple Aimin the quality improvement process?Better outcomes, great patient experiences, and reduced costsHigher revenues, reduced turnover, and lower costsBetter outcomes, reduced costs, and higher revenuesLower revenues, higher costs, and lower patient satisfaction12. In interpreting the run chart below, which data interpretation is not true?
13. The following diagram below is best described as a:
14. The Masters-prepared nurse is the leader of a committee tasked with implementing an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system within the organization. Which step is most often overlooked during the planning of an innovation?15. The Masters-prepared nurse is responsible for reviewing trends in patient care. What is the primary purpose of using an information management system for this task?review individual patient recordsallow for centralized demographicsreduce cost of supplies usedevaluate several aspects of data sets16. The Masters-prepared nurse is charged with ensuring quality patient care is provided on the unit. Which monitor provides the best data set for determining patient outcome information?
17. An interprofessional team comprised of a hospitalist, nurse practitioner, pharmacist, registered nurse, social worker, and discharge manager is caring for a six-year-old being treated for status asthmaticus. Prior to admission, the patient required several recent Emergency Department (ED) visits and hospitalizations due to missed outpatient sub-specialty appointments. The patient was noted to be overweight and counseling was provided at the last outpatient appointment. Which aspect of the patient’s care should be the priority for the nurse practitioner?
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