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Survey Examines Roles of Chief Nursing Officers in IT Decisions

Nurse.com Identifying the changing roles and responsibilities of chief nursing officers and chief medical informatics officers, HIMSS Analytics announced the results of a research report that examined topics such as the roles of CNOs and CMIOs within a healthcare organization … Continue reading

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Six Golden Rules of EMR Implementation

Michelle McNickle, Healthcare IT News A few months ago, we chronicled the 7 most deadly sins of EMR implementation. From ignoring nurses to declining help, these offenses can be hard to make right. But, in an effort to help big and … Continue reading

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Improving the Physician–Nurse Dynamic

By Jennifer Larson, contributor August 26, 2011 – Can doctors and nurses learn to get along well enough to collaborate? Can they truly be partners in providing excellent patient care? Many health care experts now say “Yes.” But that hasn’t always … Continue reading

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Three Obstacles to Higher Education Levels in Nursing

By Rebecca Hendren, HealthLeaders Media Three Obstacles:   Supply & Demand Majority of RN‘s lack four- year degree Rank-and-file Nursing lags  Evidence shows that patient outcomes improve when nurses have baccalaureate degrees. The Future of Nursing, the influential IOM and Robert … Continue reading

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ANA Recognizes Emergency Nursing as Specialty

Nurse.com News The American Nurses Association has announced its formal recognition of emergency nursing as a specialty practice. The ANA defines emergency nursing as “the care of individuals across the lifespan with perceived or actual physical or emotional alterations of … Continue reading

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Legal Nurse Consultant: An exciting Option for Nursing

Judy L. Vallarelli, RNCS, MS Louise G. Curran, RN, BSN, JD No one can say nurses don’t have options within their field. Perhaps one of the oldest options is the legal aspect of nursing. Nurses have been practicing as informal … Continue reading

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