The Role of the Informatics Nurse in a Computer System Implementation
Nurses as professionals are ideally suited to systems implementation. The systems analysis process bears a striking resemblance to the nursing process, the core of all nursing activities. In Figure 3.1, the general steps of observation, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the implemented plan run parallel between the two processes.
KeywordsSystem Implementation Clinical System Chief Information Officer Healthcare Network Clinical Informatics
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