Eastern Florida NUR3164 2019 March Unit 3 Quiz Latest
NUR3164 Introduction to Nursing Research and Health Informatics
Unit 3 Quiz
Which trend is influencing healthcare reform?
Veterans Health Information System and Technology Architecture Implementation.
Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems.
Everett Rogers’s theory of diffusion of innovation.
What is designed to increase the transparency of medical documentation, by touting the benefits of such transparency?
the Society for Participatory Medicine
the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems
the OpenNotes Project
Which of these best describes participatory medicine?
Authoritative care model
Integrated care model
Community care model
Cooperative care model
SERMO for MDs and ANA’s NurseSpace are two examples social media. What kind of social media structure best describes these platforms?
In what scenario is it acceptable for a healthcare provider to "friend" patients?
the patients ask them to be a friend.
they understand their work's social media policy.
the patients have a chronic disease.
they have been their patients for at least 5 years.
In the future, what changes are anticipated role of social media in healthcare?
Static, as people return to in-person and lower-technology means of communication.
Will be widely used and deeply integrated.
Minimally used only by “health geeks.”
What does the term "secure PHR messaging" refer to?
Ability to send messages between healthcare providers within a single EHR.
System sends messages between healthcare providers across healthcare systems.
Send messages from patients to providers via a stand-alone PHR.
One can send messages from patients to providers via a tethered PHR.
What are the most commonly used functions of personal health records?
reading patient education materials and renewing medication prescriptions.
entering data (such as self-measured glucose and blood pressure) and medical condition review.
viewing test results and medication refills.
online appointment scheduling and reading clinical notes.
What mHealth apps has the FDA already announced will require premarket approval?
generate health advice from patient-specific information.
act as ECG machines.
transfer data to healthcare providers.
monitor and track blood pressure.
data privacy risks and legal risks.
making poor health decisions.
people misinterpreting their own data.