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Surviving Change: A Nursing Informatics Perspective


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Topic Areas:
Clinical Nursing Practice |  Nursing Academics and Education
Bundles:
LEAP2020
Category:
2020 LEAP
Faculty:
Dr. Michelle J. Hamland, DNP, RN |  Dr. Kimberly Dillon, DNP, RN, CPHIMS, RN-BC
Duration:
56 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Access till 11/09/2022 after purchase.


Description

Leaders in Nursing Informatics are leveraged to lead and collaborate innovative designs and the implementation of technology that provide a supportive framework for surviving change in the variable environment of healthcare. We will review informatics solutions and innovations in healthcare technology to optimize clinical management in the response and support of clinicians providing care during the COVID 19 pandemic. We will share information on the tools leveraged from multiple organizations, including the electronic health record, clinical decision support, laboratory screening, data & analytics, telemedicine, and artificial intelligence. In addition, we will discuss the challenges encountered by healthcare organizations to support clinicians while attempting to restructure traditional care delivery models based on the evolving needs of the community.

Credits


CNE Continuing Nursing Education approved for 1.0 credit hours by Continuing Nursing Education Group (CNEG), an ANCC approved approver

Faculty

Dr. Michelle J. Hamland, DNP, RN Related seminars and products: 2

St. Luke's Health System


Dr. Michelle Hamland and Dr. Kimberly Khoury-Dillon are Doctorate prepared Informatics Nurse Specialists with extensive clinical and informatics knowledge.  Together they have 35+ years of combined experience in clinical practice; including critical care, emergency services, pediatrics, neonatal intensive care, pediatric intensive care, obstetrics, medical-surgical, and clinical research.  They are qualified in the development, deployment, and evaluation of healthcare information technology.  As Informatics Nurse Specialists, Dr. Hamland and Dr. Khoury-Dillon are dedicated to serving as liaisons between clinicians and IT, while leveraging evolving technologies in the development of innovative solutions.  During the COVID 19 pandemic, they have been integral contributors in establishing rapid disaster responses to support the quality, safety, and efficiencies of patient care through technology.


Dr. Kimberly Dillon, DNP, RN, CPHIMS, RN-BC Related seminars and products: 2

St. Luke's Health System


Dr. Michelle Hamland and Dr. Kimberly Khoury-Dillon are Doctorate prepared Informatics Nurse Specialists with extensive clinical and informatics knowledge.  Together they have 35+ years of combined experience in clinical practice; including critical care, emergency services, pediatrics, neonatal intensive care, pediatric intensive care, obstetrics, medical-surgical, and clinical research.  They are qualified in the development, deployment, and evaluation of healthcare information technology.  As Informatics Nurse Specialists, Dr. Hamland and Dr. Khoury-Dillon are dedicated to serving as liaisons between clinicians and IT, while leveraging evolving technologies in the development of innovative solutions.  During the COVID 19 pandemic, they have been integral contributors in establishing rapid disaster responses to support the quality, safety, and efficiencies of patient care through technology.


Additional Info

Course Objectives

Objective 1

Explore how nursing informatics supports clinicians in care delivery.


Objective 2

Consider how healthcare technology supports improved care delivery during a pandemic.


Objective 3

Recognize methods to mitigate challenges in implementing technology during a pandemic.


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