Presentation to the Organization

Presentation to the Organization

 

Create a 12 slide presentation with narrative notes and at least five references to inform leadership and staff of specific changes to workflow resulting from an EHR initiative.

On-boarding leadership and staff to workflow changes resulting from an EHR initiative is key to a successful rollout. It is important to identify all impacted stakeholders, understand how each group is affected by the changes and then communicate these changes to them in a clear and understandable manner.

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

  • Competency 1: Evaluate how various electronic health record systems are used by nurses across different health care settings.
    • Presentation assesses the workflow/system change within the context of evidence based practice.
  • Competency 2: Propose health information designs appropriate to health care settings.
    • Presentation explains the decision-making rationale for the workflow changes.
  • Competency 3: Integrate health information system components into strategic planning for health informatics nurses.
    • Presentation analyzes how this workflow supports the strategic plan of the organization related to quality outcomes and the use of informatics.
  • Competency 4: Recommend appropriate workflows to maximize efficiencies for the practice setting.
    • Presentation outlines the workflow change for each group of stakeholders affected by the change and assess the efficiency gains of the change.
  • Competency 5: Recommend strategies to maximize efficiency, safety, and patient satisfaction using electronic health records while providing nursing care to patients.
    • Presentation summarizes the overall efficiency, safety, and satisfaction driven use of the electronic health record workflow change to provide quality outcomes for the organization or practice setting.
  • Competency 6: Communicate as a practitioner-scholar, consistent with the expectations of a nursing professional.
    • Presentation is free of grammar and spelling errors, employs APA standards and is consistent with the expectations of a nursing professional.

Resources

Suggested Resources

The resources provided here are optional. You may use other resources of your choice to prepare for this assessment; however, you must ensure that they are appropriate, credible, and valid. The MSN Program Library Research Guide can help direct your research, and the Supplemental Resources and Research Resources, both linked from the left navigation menu in your courseroom, provide additional resources to support you.

For all three assessments in this course you will refer to a health technology project of your own choosing. The resources below are provided to give you exposure to a variety of perspectives and examples related to the key competencies of the course and the grading criteria of the assessments. You make draw on these perspectives and examples to augment your understanding of your own project.

Evidence-Based Knowledge Development

The following readings provide evidence-based examples of the ways technology tools are being used to support the strategic goals of today’s health care settings.

McGonigle, D., & Mastrian, K. (2018). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link.

  • Chapter 10, “Administrative Information Systems,” on pages 189–203.
    • This chapter examines how administrators of agency-based health information systems use technology outputs to support their core business. Discusses communication, core business, order entry and patient care support systems.
  • Chapter 15, “Informatics Tools to Support Patient Safety and Quality,” on pages 293–315.
    • This chapter examines patient safety from the strategic perspective of creating a safety culture. It discusses how error analysis can point to workflow changes that mitigate safety risks. It looks at the role of the nurse informaticist in collaborating with other stakeholders.
  • Chapter 18, “Telenursing and Remote Access Telehealth,” on pages 359–387.
    • This chapter applies the Foundation of Knowledge Model to telenursing and telehealth. In addition to describing current use, it examines related legal, ethical and regulatory issues.

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics: Scope and standards of practice (2nd ed.). Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association.

Nursing Informatics and Decision Making

New technologies are in many ways disruptive to established processes and procedures. These readings analyze some of the key benefits of new health care information technologies (workflow efficiencies, availability and access, knowledge generations) and the related accountabilities that these new technologies require.

McGonigle, D., & Mastrian, K. (2018). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

  • Chapter 12, “Electronic Security,” on pages 279–241.
    • A key decision point in implementing technology related business solutions is maintaining system security. This chapter looks at ways to think about encouraging accessibility and availability while maintaining security and privacy.
  • Chapter 13, “Workflow and Beyond Meaningful Use,” on pages 245–260.
    • This chapter deals with workflow analysis and design.
  • Chapter 14, “The Electronic Health Record and Clinical Informatics,” on pages 267–287.
    • This chapter explores electronic health records and the contribution of the nursing profession to the success of the technology as well as the accountability such systems require of nursing staff.
  • Chapter 21, “Nursing Research: Data Collection, Processing and Analysis,” on pages 43–473.
    • This chapter examines the importance of information literacy as a research tool and the relationship of informatics generated data to knowledge generation.

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics: Scope and standards of practice (2nd ed.). Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association.

Stakeholders and Information System Use

For any health technology project to be successful, the design, development and implementation of the technology must be done in tandem with input from all of the stakeholders who will be affected by the technology. These readings encourage you to be open to the wide variety of stakeholders that form the universe of stakeholders that you may need to draw on for a project.

McGonigle, D., & Mastrian, K. (2018). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

  • Chapter 9, “Systems Development Life Cycle: Nursing Informatics and Organizational Decision Making,” on pages 175–186.
    • The system development life cycle (SDLC) is iterative. Something new is always evolving from what currently is. This chapter illuminates how new projects depend upon the decision making and collaboration of all stakeholders to address identified issues and opportunities.
  • Chapter 11, “The Human-Technology Interface,” on pages 207–223.
    • Examines the importance of understanding how people experience technology is to the success of a technology. Stresses the critical need for clinician input into the design process.
  • Chapter 16, “Patient Engagement and Connected Health,” on pages 323–337.
    • Health technology has the ability to connect consumers to their own health care in a way that has never happened before. This chapter examines the importance of developing inclusive and engaging educational materials to enable consumers to make the most of the access technology offers to them.
  • Chapter 17, “Using Informatics to Promote Community/Population Health,” on pages 341–352.
    • The chapter takes a look at how federal, state and local public health agencies are involved developing public health informatics.

American Nurses Association. (2015). Nursing informatics: Scope and standards of practice (2nd ed.). Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association.

Writing and Presentation Resources

 

  • Asssessment Instructions

For the assignment, you will create a presentation showcasing your ability to make decisions as a leader in practice. This presentation will be for multiple levels of leadership and staff to inform them of specific changes to workflow that improve overall efficiency, safety and quality in the organization.

  • The presentation should consist of no more than 12 PowerPoint slides, which should include the following with speaker notes:
    • Title slide.
    • Describe the overall workflow/system change within the context of evidence-based practice and analyze the reasons behind this necessary change.
    • Assess how this new workflow supports the strategic plan of the organization related to quality outcomes and decision making with the use of informatics.
    • Describe your rationale as a decision maker for the workflow changes for each group of stakeholders/practitioners/end users who will experience the change.
    • Analyze how the new workflow related to evidence-based practice contributes to efficiency gains for specific stakeholders.
    • Assess the overall efficiency, safety, and satisfaction driven use of the workflow change to provide quality outcomes for the organization or practice setting.
    • Reference slide.

 

Presentation Requirements

  • Format:Slide presentation with audio narrative.
  • Title slide:Include your name, course, date, and instructor.
  • Reference Slide: Five scholarly sources that support the policy and guidelines. Additional references may be used. Including APA formatted scholarly sources.
  • Presentation Length: 10–12 Slides with a maximum of 5 bullets per line. All information for each bullet stays on one line.
  • Graphics: You may use professional looking graphics.
  • Speaker Notes:Speaker notes are required in place of a narrative paper.
  • Written communication:Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
  • APA formatting:Resources and citations are formatted according to APA (sixth edition) style and formatting.

Review the Presentation to the Organization scoring guide prior to submission to ensure you address all required grading criteria.

 

 

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