With the explosion in new technology platforms, Cleveland Clinic nurses are transforming their practices with the help of Nursing Informatics. And it’s all about agility.
Telemedicine is on Cleveland Clinic’s list of top 10 medical innovations for 2018, and with good reason. This year, 7 million patients nationwide are expected to see a healthcare provider online.
ACNO of Nursing Informatics Nelita Iuppa offers tips and advice on how best to use the electronic medical record as a data source for nursing research.
Time is at a premium for Cleveland Clinic’s nurse managers. A new rounding app saves them time, streamlines the process and improves communication with patients and caregivers.
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Cleveland Clinic is optimizing its electronic medical record by eliminating redundancies and including clinical decision support. It’s a time saver for nurses and a better experience for patients.
Nurses have grown accustomed to electronic charting. What happens when electronic medical record systems go down? Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO for Informatics offers five tips for paper documentation during EMR downtimes.
Nurses at Cleveland Clinic Florida are piloting a mobile app that allows them to document the delivery of medication using iPhones.
Nurses are increasingly turning to apps on mobile devices to work more efficiently and improve patient care. Software developers at Cleveland Clinic offer advice for creating bedside apps.
The specialty field of nursing informatics integrates three areas: adoption of clinical technology, integration of information to support healthcare decisions and enhancement of nursing practice to improve patient outcomes.
An advanced practice nurse at Cleveland Clinic developed a mobile app and desktop tool so APNs can examine practice patterns and build strategies for better patient outcomes. The tool should be available this year.