Nursing Informatics in today’s Healthcare Delivery System:
This paper highlights the essentiality of informatics processes and technology in informatics in enhancing the safety of patients and summarizes nursing research that is relevant to the matter. The paper makes use of numerous material most of which is current to highlight the importance of informatics in improving health care. The author arranges the information logically, first by defining and describing the key aspects of the article, as well as, key terms. The information is seen as largely accurate and valid as it is cited correctly fro current materials and arranged in a manner that supports the topic and purpose of the article.
The conclusions of the paper are based on most of the information cited in the main body of the paper. The recommendations are deducted from the analysis of the information presented and, therefore, are believable to a certain level. One of the things that reduce the level of accuracy of the conclusions of the author is that he introduces new materials at the conclusion level and that makes the conclusion less valid. Though the author might have included this new citation to support the conclusions he draws, it would have been more accurate if the conclusions and recommendations were entirely drawn from the body of the paper.
The purpose of this article was to utilize an approach that was qualitative in exploring perceptions in nursing of the effects of health information system utilization in the work place. To achieve its purpose, the research utilized three institutions in National healthcare Group. It also involved seven nurses and interviews. The researchers provided a brief overview of the major aspects of the study which was supported by a number of current studies and literature. The literature is current and well cited and the information is arranged in a manner that is logical. It is highly probable that the information is accurate and valid as it is cited from current material.
The authors get their conclusions from a careful analysis of the results of the study. The conclusions and the recommendations of the study, therefore, are believable as one can follow and make sense of them from the methods, results and analysis of the interviews carried out in the study. There are a number of limitations, however, that the study presents. For instance, study was small and, therefore, it is impossible to generalize the results of the study to represent a larger population. Additionally, the quality of the article is determined largely by the skills of the researchers. As it follows, the outcomes might not be wholly accurate or valid. The validity of the truth of the results is also doubtful as the researcher asked the participants sensitive questions regarding HIS and its barriers and effects. However, the study is essential as it gives the audience a first- hand opinion of the users of health information systems and the kind of effects it has on health care, and quality of outcomes in patients.
The purpose of this article id to look at the level at which Canadian medical institutions have adopted health informatics and the impacts the informatics have on health delivery. The author basis her arguments on a number of materials most of which are current. This indicates that the accuracy of her deductions is assured. Additionally, the work is properly cited and, therefore, it can be thought of as valid. The author introduces the article by giving to her audience the main perspective and focus of the paper. Additionally, the author also carries out her own surveys to add on to the information derived from the literature. The conclusions of the study are made after the careful analysis of the results of the survey and after the careful study of the literature. Though the article is of uttermost importance to the nursing industry, it also poses a number of limitations. The study makes conclusions about Canada and, therefore, the recommendations can only be made about Canada and cannot be generalized with a larger population.
This paper is a systematic literature review that seeks to explore the current, available studies that indicate whether the nursing population in the US today, other than the current graduates, have the required, sufficient knowledge and competencies to utilize knowledge in informatics and skills to enhance the advancement of practice based on evidence and utilization of electronic systems of medical records effectively and associated technologies. The author uses articles derived from the period between 1999 and 2006. The currency of the articles he chooses to use in the literature review indicates that the information displayed in the article is current and valid. The information is also properly cited and referenced to indicate that it is accurate; the author arranges the information logically by first defining the main aspects of the subject matter.
The author makes several conclusions all of which are based on the information obtained from the literature reviewed. The author does not include any other information that is not priory highlighted in the reviewed literature. There are some limitations in the article nevertheless. For example, the author highlights four different limitations that he deems are the contributing factors to the incomplete study and research if the clinical population. The author does not show how he came with these conclusions. It is not clear that his recommendations are backed up with evidence or they are just personal recommendations. However, the study is extremely significant in today’s health care as they highlight the areas in need of improvement when it comes to nursing informatics in providing health care. The article can be used in the making of the concepts paper as it can be used to help nurses improve their informatics knowledge by highlighting areas of need.
The article discusses the importance of electronic health records in improving the kind of health care hospitalized patients get in hospitals. The article also shows how essential it is for nurses to use sources of electronic documentation as it is the only relevant and meaningful way of majority of the essential information about their patients. The article draws a lot of its information from numerous articles and other materials that are logically organized. The material the article draws its evidence from seem appropriate for the subject are, therefore, appropriate. The cited materials help the authors discuss and show the relevant aspects of electronic documentation and its implications. Additionally, the authors carry out their own studies which involve an integrative review of the available literature and the examination of the associations between the quality of health care and electronic documentation. The study does this by following the quality framework by Donabedian.
The general discussions and summary of the article are used by the authors to provide an essential overview of the conclusions that article draws. They also could be highly useful to support the conclusion in the research paper. The paper, however, had one significant limitation and that is the researchers did not seek to answer the question, ‘how does electronic documentation aid nurses in delivering quality health care?’ the study did also not evaluate the outcomes of the patient. These limitations, however, can be used as new topics for future research whereby researchers in the future can find out from nurses how electronic documentation help in improving delivery of health care so as to obtain and define variables for evaluating some outcomes in patient health. This source is extremely essential because it provides one with the essential information on how health care can be improved. This is one way that one can come up with recommendations of how today’s health care can be improved and enhanced.