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The field of health/ nursing informatics & technology has helped drive healthcare’s application of technologies such as EMRs and computerized provider order entry. Health/ nursing informatics & technology professionals work with a diverse group of stakeholders across the care continuum, ultimately helping to bridge the gap between clinical and technical perspectives. Their number one priority is maintaining focus on patient safety.
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ISBN 978-93-91334-71-0
Publishers R. Narain Publishers & Distributors
Author Dr. Rehan Uddin, Prof. G. Vidhya Rani & Riya Mathur
Binding Paperback
Edition 1/e
Price 200
Year 2023
Pages 128
Subject Text Book of Health/Nursing Informatics & Technology (For B.Sc. Nursing Students)
Weight 200 g
Dimensions 24 × 16 × 1 cm

Table of Content


  1. Introduction to computer applications for patient care delivery system and nursing practice
  • Use of computers in teaching, learning, research and nursing practice
  • Windows, MS office: Word, Excel, Power Point
  • Internet Literature search Statistical packages
  • Hospital management information system
  1. Principles of Health Informatics
  • Health informatics needs, objectives and limitations
  • Use of data, information and knowledge for more effective healthcare and better health

III. Information Systems in Healthcare

  • Introduction to the role and architecture of information systems in modern healthcare environments
  • Clinical Information System (CIS)/Hospital information System (HIS)
  1. Shared Care & Electronic Health Records
  • Challenges of capturing rich patient histories in a computable form
  • Latest global developments and standards to enable lifelong electronic health records to be integrated from disparate system
  1. Patient Safety & Clinical Risk
  • Relationship between patient safety and informatics
  • Function and application of the risk management process
  1. Clinical Knowledge & Decision Making
  • Role of knowledge management in improving decision-making in both the clinical and policy contexts
  • Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine, Clinical Terms, SNOMED CT to ICD-10-CM Map, standardized nursing terminologies (NANDA, NOC), Omaha system.

VII. eHealth: Patients and the Internet

  • Use of information and communication technology to improve or enable personal and public healthcare
  • Introduction to public health informatics and role of nurses

VIII. Using Information in Healthcare Management

  • Components of Nursing Information system(NIS)
  • Evaluation, analysis and presentation of healthcare data to inform decisions in the management of health-care organizations
  1. Information Law & Governance in Clinical Practice
  • Ethical-legal issues pertaining to healthcare information in contemporary clinical practice
  • Ethical-legal issues related to digital health applied to nursing
  1. Healthcare Quality & Evidence Based Practice
  • Use of scientific evidence in improving the quality of healthcare and technical and professional informatics standard


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