Ignited by COVID-19: How Nursing Informatics is Revitalizing the Healthcare Ecosystem During a Pandemic Webinar
As the healthcare landscape continuously wavers during the COVID-19 pandemic, health care professionals are tasked with new challenges during these unprecedented times. Nurse leaders from across the nation share their experiences and insights on how nurse informaticists are revitalizing the healt...
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.
New technologies for sharing patient health information are particularly relevant in times of crisis and as our guest writer outlines are just the beginning.
Produced by healthcare journalists from across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas, the HIMSS Insights eBook series provides a better understanding of the developments and trends in health and care, from a truly global perspective.
This article in the OJNI outlines how healthcare in Japan supported its total hip arthroplasty patients with online support.
The aim of this report in OJNI is to synthesize nursing studies leveraging artificial intelligence technology and to offer suggestions for future studies.
Implementation of an Evidence-Based Electronic Health Record (EHR) Downtime Readiness and Recovery Plan
This OJNI report dives into the implementation of EHRs and downtime readiness and recovery plans.
This article examines four core principles necessary to address the design, development and use of AI technology and ethical considerations for research and practice.
This issue of Insights eBook shares how the puzzle pieces for healthcare digitization are starting to fall into place.
Interoperability will create the intersection for blockchain in healthcare for health data exchange. The HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force explains how.
Carroll, W. (Winter 2019). Artificial Intelligence, Critical Thinking and the Nursing Process. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 23(1). Available at http://www.himss.org/ojni
Applying the Data-Knowledge-Information-Wisdom framework to a Usability Evaluation of Electronic Health Record System for Nursing Professionals
Nation, J., & Wangia-Anderson, V. (Winter 2019). Applying the Data-Knowledge-Information-Wisdom framework to a Usability Evaluation of Electronic Health Record System for Nursing Professionals. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI), 23(1). Available at http://www.himss.org/ojni