Measuring Capacity to Care Using Nursing Data presents evidence-based solutions regarding the adoption of safe staffing principles and the optimum use of operational data to enable health service delivery strategies that result in improved patient and organizational outcomes. Readers will learn how to make better use of informatics to collect, share, link and process data collected operationally for the purpose of providing real-time information to decision- makers. The book discusses topics such as dynamic health care environments, health care operational inefficiencies and costly events, how to measure nursing care demand, nursing models of care, data quality and governance, and big data.
The content of the book is a valuable source for graduate students in informatics, nurses, nursing managers and several members involved in health care who are interested in learning more about the beneficial use of informatics for improving their services.
Generi Scienza e Tecnica » Medicina » Ingegneria e Tecnologia » Ingegneria biochimica (biotecnologia, ingegneria genetica¿) » Chimica industriale e tecnologie manifatturiere » Ingegneria meccanica e dei materiali
Editore Elsevier Science
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