Yet Again, Nurses Show Value - Now as Technology Change Agents in an Acute Care Setting
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AbstractIntroduction / Aims: Patient-centered care enables active participation from patients and their family members because of the focus on patient-friendly education and shared decision making. This is a change from traditional 'doctor prescribed care' and is occurring because patient-centered care improves patients' clinical outcomes and satisfaction rates. One way to inspire patients to become involved in their health is through personalized education that uses technology to capture their interest. Fulfilling requirements for Meaningful Use and continuing to educate patients give nurses have additional responsibilities. Having nurses adapt into the roles of technology change agents increases success in adopting and using technologies, meeting Meaningful Use guidelines, and inspiring patient-centered care. This project evaluated the results of having two nurse change agents in an acute care hospital setting providing health related SmartRoom® Patient Education Videos (SRPEV)...
DescriptionIncludes Abstract and Presentation. Presented at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics (SINI) 2014: Informatics Enabling Patient-Centered Care Across the Continuum.
Keywordnurse change agents
SmartRoom® Patient Education Videos (SRPEV)
healthcare information technology
Patient Education as Topic
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