HSA 520 WEEK 11 FINAL EXAM PART 1
The awareness and understanding of a net of information and ways that information can be made useful to support a specific task or to arrive at a decision is called:
What is data?
Which statement best reflects the definition of information?
Information science focuses on:
Output information can be seen in the form of:
What helps to ethically delineate healthcare practice from healthcare information obtained from the Internet?
A process of various ways of understanding and examining the moral life is called:
_____________________ asserts an obligation not to inflict harm intentionally and forms a framework for the standard of care.
The fundamental nature of bioethics relates to:
The HIT infrastructure supports using and exchanging information in order to:
What is an example of human-technology interfaces?
What denotes the ease with which people can use an interface to achieve a particular goal?
Task analysis examines:
The users see the effects of their actions on the technology when you bridge the:
When technology in health care prevents the performance of patient care in a timely manner, which action is staff most likely to take?
The benefits of EHR use recognized in early studies include all of these, except:
The universal denominator in the development of EHRs is:
Patient data in an electronic health record (EHR) includes demographics, medical and nursing diagnoses, and:
The future of the electronic health record and interoperability has the potential to improve patient satisfaction because:
When the Drummond Group or the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology certifies an EHR, this means that the EHR meets the minimum qualifications for:
Combining findings from multiple research studies to generate a consensus is known as:
What is not a goal of evidence based practice?
Information literacy is:
Generating new knowledge from the implementation of a study that is based on, but unrelated to, several original studies is known as:
The most reliable source of research evidence for informing practice is:
All of the following are advantages of technology mediated care, except:
Watson defines caring as:
What indicates that the healthcare professional is fully present with the patient during an encounter?
Strategies for active listening include all of these, except:
Which statement best describes caring as defined by Watson’s Theory of Human Caring?