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Successful implementation of a system can be facilitated by addressing significant barriers presented by staff. Which aspect of resistance should be addressed by committee members during the planning phase?
 
  1. Staff members need to control the workflow and do not want changes imposed on them.
  2. The impact of the change on off shift personnel
  3. The nurse to patient ratio
  4. Emotions of staff

Question 2

An important family intervention to facilitate family health in the Nursing Intervention Classification system is:
 
  1. Communicating frequently with every family member
  2. Promoting family integrity
  3. Contacting only the significant others for information
  4. Questioning all family members

Question 3

Which of the following statements about evidence-based practice (EBP) is true?
 
  1. Hospitals have not yet begun to build EBP into their clinical ladders.
  2. The standards of practice are not currently established with evidence-based competencies.
  3. Staff nurses indicate higher levels of familiarity with EBP than advanced practice nurses.
  4. A number of facilities now consider EBP to be part of everyday clinical practice.

Question 4

____________________________ can be used to fine tune and improve critical pathways thereby contributing to improved client outcomes. Standard Text:
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

Question 5

Which of the following can identify the client in all information systems across the organization?
 
  1. Client identification code
  2. Billing system
  3. Nursing information system
  4. Administrative information systems

Question 6

Constant changes in health care and its delivery creates challenges for clinicians to keep abreast of the latest evidence-based practice (EBP) findings and recommendations.
 
  What can health care professionals do in order to narrow the time in synthesizing research from the bench to the client's bedside? Select all that apply. 1. Use available toolkits to locate existing guidelines and develop EBP guidelines.
  2. Locate nursing research Web links.
  3. Enroll in a doctoral program.
  4. Foster health care informatics skills.
  5. Join a focused online discussion group to help identify specific areas for EBP or original research.

Question 7

_________________________ systems use clinical information to generate charges for care. Standard Text:
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word
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Answer to #1

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Rationale: The need for control has little to do with resistance to a technology change.

Answer to #2

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1 Frequency of communication may not be significant.
2 Correct answer.
3 All contacts approved by the client are important.
4 Not an efficient use of a nurse's time.

Answer to #3

1
Rationale: It is true that a number of facilities now consider EBP to be part of everyday clinical practice. Facilities use evidence-based competencies to establish the standards of practice and build EBP into their clinical ladders. Advanced practice nurses, not staff nurses, indicate higher levels of familiarity with EBP.

Answer to #4

Variances
Rationale : The nurse, or other care provider, can select one or more appropriate critical pathways for the client. If more than one path is selected, the system should merge the paths to create one master path or protocol. The system should identify variances to the anticipated outcomes as they are charted and provide aggregate variance data for analysis by the providers. This information can be used to fine tune and improve the critical pathways, thereby contributing to improved client outcomes.
Global Rationale:

Cognitive Level: Applying
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Communication and Documentation
Learning Outcome:

Answer to #5

1
Rationale: An important aspect of a registration system used in a multi-entity health system network is the development of a unique client identifier. This number or identification code is used to identify the client in all information systems across the organization and across all entities. This enables accurate client identification, supporting the development of a longitudinal client record that contains all clinical information available for the client.

Answer to #6

1,2,4,5
Rationale: To get research quickly from the bench to the client's bedside, health care professionals can do all of these except for the doctoral program. Some experts estimate a lag of as long as 17 years for getting the bench research translated into bedside care. It is essential that clinicians are more dedicated to narrowing this time frame. EBP provides a mechanism for hospitals and other health care delivery systems to meet research and excellence requirements inherent in the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet designation. Those hospitals that are seeking or already have Magnet status are a great resource.

Answer to #7

Coding
Rationale : Administrative information systems support client care by managing financial and demographic information and providing reporting capabilities. This category includes client management, financial, payroll, and human resources, and quality assurance systems. Coding systems use clinical information to generate charges for care.
Global Rationale:

Cognitive Level: Understanding
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Communication and Documentation
Learning Outcome:
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Standardized languages provide a mechanism to ensure common meanings to terms, facilitate data collection, and aid research. Which of the following languages includes all nursing specialties and demonstrates the ability to encompass other standardized nursing languages?
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Standardized languages provide a mechanism to ensure common meanings to terms, facilitate data collection, and aid research. Which of the following languages includes all nursing specialties and demonstrates the ability to encompass other standardized nursing languages?

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