INSTRUCTIONS EMR development...Always be prepared
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EMR development...Always be prepared
GENERAL PURPOSE: To advise the professional registered nurse of organizational environment implications on the development and delivery of computerized EMR clinical documentation training, including barriers and enablers. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: After reading this article and taking this test, you should be able to: 1. Discuss the implications of computerized EMR clinical documentation training for patient-care staff, including barriers and enablers. 2. List barriers and enablers as identified by survey participants.
- Implementing an EMR can have which of the following benefits?
- elimination of medical errors
- major healthcare savings
- increase in nursing positions
- consistently positive patient outcomes
- To profit from an EMR, new programs must be supported by
- a large financial allocation.
- additional staff positions.
- detailed, precise training.
- a new computer system.
- Effective end-user training allows the nursing staff to
- work a shorter shift.
- focus on safe, reliable patient care.
- do less documentation.
- determine what needs to be documented and what doesn't.
- Who's most often assigned to develop guidelines to address the complexity of the EMR process?
- IT department personnel
- representatives of the company from which the EMR system was purchased
- professional development specialists
- In a 2010 survey, informatics nurses and nurse executives were asked about how EMR design and delivery was impacted by the
- organizational environment.
- level of nurse education.
- nurse patient ratio.
- nurses' knowledge of computer applications.
- Which of the following wasn't a task that informatics nurses identified as part of training for EMR implementation?
- create a council with nurse representatives from each patient-care area
- understand best training practices
- adapt training to student skill level variations
- evaluate training outcomes
- The majority of study participants surveyed represented
- home health.
- ambulatory care facilities.
- hospital environments.
- What did informatics nurses identify as their most complicated tasks?
- obtaining training space and training materials
- obtaining training space and enforcing attendance
- enforcing attendance and obtaining access to nurse executives
- enforcing attendance and acquiring leadership support
- Informatics nurses identified which of the following tasks as less challenging?
- acquiring leadership support and choosing the best delivery method
- choosing the best delivery method and creating a training schedule
- creating a training schedule and evaluating instructional outcomes
- evaluating instructional outcomes and using best training practices
- Tasks posing no difficulty for the informatics nurses were
- making a training project plan and acquiring leadership support.
- acquiring leadership support and understanding educational practices.
- understanding educational practices and using computer technology for training.
- using computer technology for training and evaluating instructional outcomes.
- Which type of instruction was most frequently used for evaluating EMR education?
- satisfaction surveys
- competency testing
- documentation audits
- pass/fail exam
- Informatics nurses identified the most significant project enabler as
- leadership support.
- training environment.
- competence of instructor.
- training methods used.
- Which did nurse executives identify as enablers essential to success?
- leadership and effective change management
- effective change management and an adequate budget
- an adequate budget and resources
- resources and power users
- Informatics nurses identified the greatest barrier to successful training as
- timing of training.
- disparate computer skills.
- lack of leadership support.
- creating appropriate educational materials.
- What did nurse executives identify as a barrier to successful EMR implementation?
- timing of training
- length of training
- attendance at training
- lack of computer skills
- Ineffective training resulted in which difficulty for the organization?
- frequent computer “down time”
- poor documentation
- the need to hire additional IT personnel
- increased incident reports