Data Management and Design Nursing Informatics Class

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Data Management and Design Nursing Informatics Class
Nurses utilize collect objective patient and subjective data daily to perform evaluations and assessment of clinical conditions to provide patient care. The storage and retrieval of healthcare data is an important aspect of patient care. The healthcare data are stored in databases that provide data security and integrity and enable the data to be retrieved at a later time in a timely manner and efficiently when it is needed for patient care. Healthcare informatics is the science of retrieving and storing medical information and data using information technology. This paper discusses a case that involves missing data, describes the transformation of medical data into information, and...
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.....ition to scan the non-digital written or typed data on paper electronic forms.
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