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Journal of Nursing Administration:
doi: 10.1097/NNA.0b013e3182480918
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Destination Bedside: Using Research Findings to Visualize Optimal Unit Layouts and Health Information Technology in Support of Bedside Care

Watkins, Nicholas PhD; Kennedy, Mary MS, RN; Lee, Nelson; O’Neill, Michael PhD; Peavey, Erin MArch; DuCharme, Maria MS, RN, ME-BC; Padula, Cynthia PhD, RN

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Abstract

This study explored the impact of unit design and healthcare information technology (HIT) on nursing workflow and patient-centered care (PCC). Healthcare information technology and unit layout–related predictors of nursing workflow and PCC were measured during a 3-phase study involving questionnaires and work sampling methods. Stepwise multiple linear regressions demonstrated several HIT and unit layout–related factors that impact nursing workflow and PCC.

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