Type
Quiz
Book Title
Handbook of Informatics for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals 5th Edition
ISBN 13
978-0132574952

978-0132574952 Chapter 07 Part 4

August 31, 2019
After data have been collected during the internal and external environmental scans, the project implementation
team must complete which process before identifying trends in the current operations?
1. Determine technical feasibility
2. Data analysis
3. Assess financial resources
4. Allocate resources
Question 28
Type: MCSA
Which of the following is most beneficial when the organization decides to purchase a vendor built information
system?
1. Weighted scoring tool
2. Internal resources
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3. External resources
4. Supportive infrastructure
Question 29
Type: MCSA
When does the strategic planning process end?
1. The strategic planning process ends with system implementation.
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2. The strategic planning process ends with the review of feedback.
3. The strategic planning process ends with the purchase of the equipment.
4. The strategic planning process ends with the hiring of the IT support staff.
Question 30
Type: MCSA
Benchmarking is considered an important component of the strategic planning process. Which of the following
statements best represents its purpose?
1. Benchmarking is the continual process of measuring services and practices against the toughest competitors in
the health care industry.
2. Benchmarking is the continual process of measuring services and practices against the goals set by the
committee.
3. Benchmarking is the continual process of measuring services and practices against the mission of the
organization.
4. Benchmarking is the continual process of measuring services and practices against scope of the organization.
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Question 31
Type: FIB
_______________________ has become widespread throughout the health care industry as a method of continual
process of measuring services and practices against the toughest competitors in the health care industry.
Standard Text:
Correct Answer: Benchmarking
Rationale : Benchmarking is the continual process of measuring services and practices against the toughest
competitors in the health care industry. An example of benchmarking is to compare the number of IS staff
required to support the clinical applications for the enterprise to that of other health care providers with similar
demographic and volume statistics. When needs are no longer met, or the organization falls far below the
benchmark, the process of identifying potential solutions and selecting the best option is begun again.
Global Rationale:
Cognitive Level: Understanding
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Planning
Learning Outcome:
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