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  1. Match:
    1. Improved outcomes
    2. Advance clinical processes
    3. Data capture and sharing

    a. Stage 1
    b. Stage 2
    c. Stage 3
    • 1. c
    • 2. b
    • 3. a
  2. Which of the following competencies is not included as expected outcome after taking the subject nursing informatics?
    A. Basic computer skills 
    B. Basic informatics competencies
    C. Advance informatics competencies
    D. Information literacy 
    C.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. A student is asking his instructor regarding distance learning. Which these will best describe e-learning? 
    A. Synchronous provide 24/7 schedule session
    B. Provide alternative learning to those who can not access traditional schooling 
    C. It provides unstructured type of learning
    D. It requires every participants to log on at the same time 
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Telehealth provides alternative method of providing care to the patients in various places. Which of the following legal issues that can implicate this practice?
    A. The license of a practitioner from one place may not be honored by in the area from where the client is residing 
    B. Language barrier may play a major legal implications in the deliverance of care
    C. Different culture may not accept telehealth nursing 
    D. No legal implications 
    A.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. what is distance learning?
    a way of learning remotely without being in face-to-face contact with a teacher in the classroom.
  6. The nurse receives an order from the doctor to send him via email a compressed file of the patient’s laboratory and diagnostic results. The nurse understands that to compress a file is to:

    a. eliminate enough random bits of information to get the file down to a predetermined size
    b. add bits of information which, paradoxically, make the file smaller.
    c. reduce bits by identifying and eliminating statistical redundancy.
    • c. 
    • Compression is the act or removing redundant info from a file in order to make it smaller in size.
  7. nput, output, processing, feedback, and control are all elements related to which of the following?

    a. System Theory.
    b. Cognitive Theory.
    c. Behavioral Science.
    d. Data Loss Protection.
    • a. 
    • The Systems Theory is based on parts, interaction between the parts, interdependency between the parts, as well as input, output, processing, feedback, and control.
  8. Which of the following is the correct definition of granularity?

    a. Granularity describes the accurate quality of information.
    b. Granularity describes the range of information.
    c. Granularity describes the timely quality of information.
    d. Granularity describes the depth of detail of information.
    • d. 
    • Granularity describes the depth of detail that the language system represents. For example, a nursing diagnosis that does not provide a complete picture of a patient is not granular. If they add further information, that will increase the granularity successfully.
  9. What did the HITECH Act provide?
    Gave a $30 billion incentive payments to providers for being compliant with EHR
  10. This system refers to a set of international standards for transfer of clinical and administrative data between software applications used by various healthcare providers.
    Health Level-7 (HL7): Even though hospitals have different computer systems, all of them should communicate with each other when they receive new information.
  11. This system was used for medication orders directly entered by any licensed healthcare professional using an electronic system instead of paper charts.

    What is the primary benefit?
    CPOE (Computerized Physicin Order Entry): main benefit was to reduce errors related to poor handwriting on transcription of medication orders.
  12. Which is stage 1?

    A. Advance clinical process
    B. Data capture and sharing
    C. Improved outcomes
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Which is stage 2?

    A. Advance clinical process
    B. Improved outcomes
    C. Data capture and sharing
    A.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. Which is stage 3?

    A. Data capture and sharing
    B. Advance clinical process
    C. Improved outcomes
    C.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. The purpose of this stage was to create a more rigorous health information exchange (HIE) by increasing requirements of e-prescribing and lab results. 

    A. stage 2: advance clinical processes
    B. stage 1: Data capture and sharing
    C. stage 3: Improved outcomes
    A.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. The purpose of this stage was create a higher quality, safety, and efficiency, leading to improved health outcomes. 

    It also gave patient access to self-management tools.

    A. stage 1: Data capture and sharing
    B. stage 3: Improved outcomes
    C. stage 2: advance clinical processes
    B.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Which stage gave meaningful use criteria of Clinical Decision Support? This includes decision pathways if a patient is found to be diabetic or pre-diabetic.
    Stage 3: Every provider should follow this decision pathway
  18. Bar Code medication administration is a system where patients have bar coded wrist bands, these bar codes must be scanned before administering medication

    Electronic system in which you scan the patients bracelet and medication. Will alert if things are wrong

    It is supposed to reduce errors when distributing medications

    (Right patient, right dose, right route, right time, right medication)

    a. What are some of the limitations of BCMA
    b. What are some benefits and limitations of tele-nursing
    c. Name 4 ways a nurse can follow HIPPA guidelines for securing patient data
    d. What is BCMA and how does it contribute to Patient safety?
    • d.
    • BCMA (Barcode Medication Administration)
    • he main goal of BCMA is to reduce medication errors by providing additional safeguards for staff to better protect patients from transcription, dispensing and administration errors through positive patient and medication identification.
  19. When a patient can set an appointment from home, have a doctor's visit via video conference, or over the phone assessment, this is an example of what?
    Tele-nursing
  20. State whether this belongs in stage 1 or stage 2:

    1. Implement drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions ___
    2. Include clinical lab test results in the EHR ____

    3. Use computerized provider order entry (CPOE) ____
    4. Maintain an allergy list ____

    5. Perform medication reconciliation ____
    6. Record vital signs ____

    7. Record smoking status for patients >13yo ____
    8. Use secure electronic messaging to communicate with pt. on relevant health information. ____
    • 1. Implement drug-drug and drug-allergy interactions __1__
    • 2. Include clinical lab test results in the EHR __2__

    • 3. Use computerized provider order entry (CPOE) __1__
    • 4. Maintain an allergy list __1__

    • 5. Perform medication reconciliation __2__
    • 6. Record vital signs __1__

    • 7. Record smoking status for patients >13yo __1__
    • 8. Use secure electronic messaging to communicate with pt. on relevant health information. __2__
  21. How can CPOE contribute to patient safety?
    (3)
    • 1. Helps eliminate medication errors
    • 2. Fixes legibility issues
    • 3. Gives advice about drug interactions
  22. In 2009, congress passed a stimulus bill (or The Recovery Act) that required providers to move from paper record to electronic by what year?
    2014
  23. Based on the lecture slide, what year did each stage occur?
    Stage 1 ____
    Stage 2 ____
    Stage 3 ____
    • Stage 1: 2011-12
    • Stage 2: 2014
    • Stage 3: 2016
  24. T or F: Stage 3 attestations are required beginning of 2020

    This includes Clinical Decision Support Pathways for certain diseases like Diabetes and HTN.
    False: 2018
  25. Which stage did electronic transmission of patient care summaries come into play?
    Stage 2

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Author:
edeleon
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336421
Filename:
Informatics
Updated:
2017-12-04 01:27:07
Tags:
Nursing informatics
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ADN-C,MSE3
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ADN-C MSE3 Informatics
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