5 edition of WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP, IF ANY, BETWEEN NURSE INVOLVEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT, DESIGN AND SELECTION OF A HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (HIS) AND SUBSEQUENT UTILIZATION OF THAT SYSTEM? (SYSTEM DESIGN, COMPUTER USE). found in the catalog.
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 54-04, Section: A, page: 1130.Thesis (D.B.A.)--NOVA UNIVERSITY, 1993.School code: 0166.
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In the mid 1970s, nursing entered a new era of professionalism and consumerism sparked by the quality assurance movement and by the recognition that the nurses must exercise authority and accountability for their practice. Additionally, the nursing profession was transitioning to the integration of professional practice with computer technology. During the early 1980s nurses recognized the need to shed outdated attitudes, the need to establish their identity, face new and critical decisions related to computer integration into nursing practice and decisions to support educationally, computerize medical information systems into nursing practice and to evaluate the impact of computer technology on nursing practice. This study researches the relationship between nurse involvement in the development, design, selection of a hospital information system (HIS) and subsequent utilization of that system. Review of the literature did not produce a suitable survey tool, therefore, a questionnaire consisting of 34 questions was developed. The Nursing Care Plan Computer survey measured the degree nurse involvement in the enhancement of a hospital information system is associated with (1) the degree nurses utilize computers in performing general work-related tasks, (2) patient care tasks and (3) administrative tasks, (4) the degree nurses training was associated with their perceptions of effective computer usage. Four hypotheses were developed to measure the degree nurse involvement is associated with the degree nurses utilize computers. A total of 100 surveys were distributed and the response rate represented 61% of the 200 surveys returned. The chi-square two tailed t-test was respectively used for hypothesis testing that was based on categorical and continuous scale data. Statistical significance was established with probability values less than 0.05. Involvement measures related to utilization for general work related tasks were not found to be significantly related. Involvement measures related to patient care tasks, administrative tasks, were found to be significantly related. Recommendations for additional research were suggested. File Size: 5MB.
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