Question 1 (CO1) Which of the following statements most accurately captures the essence of the American Nurses Association (ANA) 2015 definition of nursing informatics? Nursing informatics focuses its efforts to support nurses in all roles and settings to achieve their day-to-day work Nursing informatics utilizes foundational sciences along with medical science to identify, communicate and manage elements of the DIKW continuum Nursing informatics draws from a foundation built upon multiple sciences to support nurses, healthcare professionals, consumers, and other stakeholders to identify, communicate and manage elements of the DIKW continuum Nursing informatics works to identify, communicate and manage elements of the DIKW continuum for nurses Question 2 (CO1) During the course of a conversation you attempt to inform members of the public about nursing informatics. You have told them that it is a specialty within nursing when you are asked how specialties are determined and what makes nursing informatics a specialty. Select ALL of the following statements that support that nursing informatics is a specialty: Clearly defined Licensure, certification, and educational requirements are congruent with the nursing profession Has its own subset of knowledge Allows for multiple educational gateways into practice Question 3 (CO4) Which of the following theories would be most helpful when it comes to helping the nursing staff to accept the changes that come with the introduction of a major information system upgrade: Communication theory Organizational behavior theory Systems theory Change theory Question 4 (CO4) There is a job post on the human resources bulletin board for EHR_Liason that states that the role will identify information technology requirements and issues within the physician community, work with information services to educate them on clinical operations needs and ensure that they respond to these issues, and provide training and support. What functional roles does it embody? Analysis, education, and coordination, facilitation, and integration Analysis, education, and research and evaluation Information management and quality and performance improvement Quality and performance improvement and administration, leadership, and management Question 5 (CO3) How would you best differentiate between scope of practice and standards of practice? The term terms are used interchangeably so there is no need to differentiate The scope of practice serves as a reference point only as defined by a group of peers The standards of practice refer to what actions are permitted legally The scope defines actions that may be taken while standards provide a reference point for how the nurse should behave Question 6 (CO1) As the healthcare systems sole informatics nurse specialist you commonly help staff troubleshoot technology issues. Which of the following statements best reflects an understanding of ways to identify whether inability to access view the electronic health record from the cardiovascular lab is a network or application problem? Choose all that apply Are you able to send and receive email ? Are all of your computers affected? Are you able to login to the electronic health record at all? files on your computer? Question 7 (CO1) The INS is tasked with managing more projects and more technology. Which of the following (select all that apply) can help best the INS to update knowledge and skills and manage multiple competing demands? Project management principles Ongoing professional development education activities Ongoing assessments of the environment Interprofessional collaboration with other information professionals Question 8 (CO2) Which are some of the legal and accreditation and reimbursement issues that must be considered when designing and using health information technology? Choose all that apply Patient Privacy Data Integrity System Integrity Collection and transmission of reportable data Question 9 (CO4) You are asked to speak at the local college introductory nursing informatics course on e-health/mobile health applications. As an INS which of the following informatics concepts would be most important for this population to take away from your presentation? Nurses need to consider and advise healthcare consumers on cost and usage issues Data security and integrity, interoperability, and usability should be factors considered with adoption Rapid changes in technology make it impossible to keep up Electrical shock and fall risks from unsecured cables present dangers in the home environment Question 10 (CO4) How do data content standards different from terminology standards? Terminology standards represent concepts in a manner that have a uniform meaning for everyone Data content standards dictate what information will be contained in a record. Both of the above. Neither of the above.
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