Nursing clinical documentation data retrieval for hospitalized older adults with heart failure: part 2International journal of nursing terminologies and classifications
NLM Title AbbreviationInt J Nurs Terminol Classif
DOI of Published Version10.1111/j.1744-618X.2010.01177.x;
AbstractPURPOSE: The study aims to discuss the implications for retrieval of nursing data and building a multiorganizational data warehouse. METHODS: The method used was a descriptive comparative multisite study of documented care for 302 older adults with heart failure. Unit and patient level variables were retrieved. FINDINGS: Data regarding the most identified variables were retrievable electronically. Important linkages among nursing data elements were not present. CONCLUSIONS: Data were retrievable and the building of a data warehouse was possible and lessons were learned. IMPLICATIONS: When clinical information systems (CISs) are developed, developers and nurses must discuss how standardized data will be entered to ensure retrieval and usefulness in evaluating nursing care. For nursing effectiveness research, CISs must also provide linkages among nursing diagnoses and specific interventions, and nursing-sensitive patient outcomes.
Published Article/Book CitationInternational journal of nursing terminologies and classifications, 22:2 (2011) pp.68-76. DOI:10.1111/j.1744-618X.2010.01177.x;.
Citation InformationB. J. Head, C. A. Scherb, Meridean Maas, Elizabeth A. Swanson, et al.. "Nursing clinical documentation data retrieval for hospitalized older adults with heart failure: part 2" International journal of nursing terminologies and classifications Vol. 22 Iss. 2 (2011) p. 68 - 76 ISSN: 1744-618X
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