In honor of Nurses Month, HIMSS members share how informatics nurses today are continuing the legacy of energy, vision and activism—especially in times of challenge—ignited by nursing icons like Florence Nightingale.
Healthcare has always involved the intersection of human judgement and scientific data. And AI in healthcare is bringing the two elements closer than ever. From big data to policy, here are seven ways artificial intelligence is significantly changing healthcare.
Two nurse informaticists share the journeys that led them to their profession. One had a life-altering experience start her path, while the other’s happened organically; but both have a common thread: the power of education.
New technologies for sharing patient health information are particularly relevant in times of crisis and as our guest writer outlines are just the beginning.
OJNI requires that all new manuscripts be formatted using this new seventh edition, but in a modified way to best suit the online format.
If you’re looking to streamline and improve your organization’s third-party cybersecurity strategy consider these five lessons learned from professionals in the healthcare industry.
The Online Journal of Nursing Informatics editor in chief weighs in on the importance of cybersecurity.
The evolution into the age of automation and emerging technologies such as intelligent, immersive, connected and personalized technologies in healthcare, is both exciting and challenging shares this article in the Online Journal of Nursing Informatics.
The incredibly positive outcome of the explosion of informatics is data. Data allow clinicians to make best practice decisions in an evidence-based environment. Data escalates the ability to deliver excellent patient care and drive process improvement. Data can help nurses bec...
Our guest writer shares the five key responsibilities of pharmacy informatics and how specialists in the field work closely with other healthcare professionals to keep patients safe.
A Healthcare Cybersecurity Community member shares the lessons he and his organization learned while implementing a cybersecurity framework.
With unique identifiers for nursing documentation, we have the opportunity to capture not only what happens during a patient-provider interaction, but also measure the impact of nurses in improving individual and population health outcomes.