DISCUSS WAYS THAT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND STANDARDIZED NURSING LANGUAGES MIGHT ASSIST NURSES IN REDUCING OR ELIMINATING THESE POOR OUTCOMES.

.The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will not pay any costs a healthcare facility incurs for certain hospital-acquired patient conditions or events. These patient outcomes are very sensitive to nursing care (a.k.a., nurse-sensitive outcomes). As a result, nursing has gained a lot of visibility. Locate an article or website that refers to these nurse-sensitive outcomes. Discuss one way that information technology and standardized nursing languages might assist nurses in reducing or eliminating these poor outcomes. 2. Discuss the roles of federal, state, and local public health agencies in the development of standards for informatics in healthcare.

Discussion byDay 5. View at least two of your colleagues’ presentations and provide specific feedback on their projects byDay 7. See the Week 6 Discussion area for details. Virtual Practicum Team Discussion Practicum Activities: Present Population-Based Nursing Care Project This week create a PowerPoint presentation that summarizes your Population-Based Nursing Care Plan Project. (See rubric in Course Info) Instructions: Post your PowerPoint presentation byday 5of this week. Review all of your team members’ presentations. Respond byDay 7to at leasttwoof your colleagues’ postings: Please respond to the following: Describe a potential evaluation plan. Now that you have completed the project what is your role in advancing population-based care in your community? In your current practice and as a health leader in your community how will you collaborate with other healthcare providers to promote the health of your community? Support your response with references from the professional nursing literature. Post your response to this Discussion byDay 5. Respond to at leasttwocolleagues’ postings byDay 7. See the Week 6 Practicum Discussion area for details..

 
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