How informatics skills and knowledge were applied in the process relevance
Develop an appreciation for informatics
This assignment is designed to help students Develop an appreciation for informatics, basic skills and knowledge required in practice settings. Students selected a “hot” or popular topic of particular interest to their practice to discuss in week 5. This week student will develop a narrated slide PowerPoint (PPT) presentation of 8-10 slides summarizing the assignment.
Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the following ability.Describe health information systems within healthcare setting and the profession of nursing in all practice domains and settings including electronic health records (EHR), their management and patient-care information technology (IT). (PO 4) Explore trends and issues in NI and their impact on nursing practice in all domains. (POs 9, 11)The FierceEMR and FierceHealthIT current topics from the Week 5 assignment will be summarized in 8-10 narrated slides for this Week 7 assignment. Students will summarize the rationale for choosing the topic, how it will impact practice in a positive and negative manner, including pros and cons. Include discussion of how informatics skills and knowledge were applied in the process relevance to developing the assignment. In the conclusion, provide recommendations for the future. Submit completed FierceHealthIT Hot Topic narrated PPT assignment to assignment folder by end of Week 7.
Preparing the Presentation1. The FierceEMR and FierceHealthIT Current Topic of the Week is a recap of the assignment from Wk. 5 and must be a professional, scholarly prepared PowerPoint narrated presentation of 8-10 slides including at least three scholarly references.
- You should have at least 8-10 slides. It is important to note that if you could not give your presentation and someone would have to stand in for you, he or she would need to know what you were going to say. Use the speaker-notes section so that someone may step in for you and not miss a beat.
- Grammar, spelling, punctuation, and citations are consistent with formal academic writing.