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

978-0132574952 Chapter 10 Part 2

August 31, 2019
Rationale 2: The steering committee chairperson or another member of the steering committee may serve as the
implementation project leader. Either the chief information officer, strategy officer, an informatics specialist,
project manager, or a consultant experienced in this area may serve in this capacity. It is important, however, that
the project leader be involved in the entire selection and implementation process and possess strong leadership
and communication skills. The project leader should have a firm understanding of the vision, goals, and
expectations for the system.
Rationale 3: The steering committee chairperson or another member of the steering committee may serve as the
implementation project leader. Either the chief information officer, strategy officer, an informatics specialist,
project manager, or a consultant experienced in this area may serve in this capacity. It is important, however, that
the project leader be involved in the entire selection and implementation process and possess strong leadership
and communication skills. The project leader should have a firm understanding of the vision, goals, and
expectations for the system.
Rationale 4: The steering committee chairperson or another member of the steering committee may serve as the
implementation project leader. Either the chief information officer, strategy officer, an informatics specialist,
project manager, or a consultant experienced in this area may serve in this capacity. It is important, however, that
the project leader be involved in the entire selection and implementation process and possess strong leadership
and communication skills. The project leader should have a firm understanding of the vision, goals, and
expectations for the system.
Rationale 5: The steering committee chairperson or another member of the steering committee may serve as the
implementation project leader. Either the chief information officer, strategy officer, an informatics specialist,
project manager, or a consultant experienced in this area may serve in this capacity. It is important, however, that
the project leader be involved in the entire selection and implementation process and possess strong leadership
and communication skills. The project leader should have a firm understanding of the vision, goals, and
expectations for the system.
Global Rationale:
Cognitive Level: Analyzing
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Communication and Documentation
Learning Outcome:
Question 12
Type: MCSA
A hospital is implementing a new electronic nurse charting system. When selecting members for the
implementation committee, if all are available, which one of these should be given priority?
1. Informatics nurse specialist
2. Experienced consultant
3. Steering committee chairperson
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4. Chief information officer
Question 13
Type: MCSA
An implementation is to go live in a limited number of client units but in all ancillary departments. The remaining
client units would be scheduled to go live in groups, staggered over a specified time frame. What implementation
strategy is being used?
1. Roll out
2. Modular
3. Occur all at once
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4. Direct
Question 14
Type: MCMA
Which of the following are recommended for developing system procedures and documentation?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Create backup procedures to be used in the event that the system is not running either for reasons of scheduled
maintenance or unforeseen circumstances.
2. If major modifications were made to the base system, use the vendor's system user guides.
3. Develop a data dictionary containing system terms and terms for mapping from one system to another.
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4. During the training process, develop procedures for how the system will be used to support client care and
associated administrative activities.
5. Create separate documentation that includes the downtime procedures and manual requisition forms and locate
in an easily identifiable and accessible location.
Question 15
Type: MCMA
Which of the following are examples of ongoing systems technical maintenance?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Problem solving and debugging
2. Performing a file backup
3. Maintaining a backup supply of hardware
4. Maintaining and updating the disaster recovery plan
5. Configuring, testing, and installing system upgrades
Question 16
Type: MCMA
A major consideration for organizations implementing new systems is the return on investment (ROI). ROI can be
measured using tangible and intangible measures. Which of the following are examples of tangible measures?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Decreased costs for labor and non-labor expenses such as maintenance
2. Higher retention rate for care givers
3. Increased revenue
4. Alignment with business strategy
5. Greater compliance with regulations
Question 17
Type: FIB
_______________________ environment is another term that refers to the time when the new system is in
operation.
Standard Text:
Correct Answer: Production
Rationale : Test environment is one copy of the software where programming changes are initially made. After
any changes are made, they must be tested to ensure that they display and process data accurately.
Global Rationale:
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Cognitive Level: Remembering
Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment
Client Need Sub: Management of Care
Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Communication and Documentation
Learning Outcome:
Question 18
Type: MCMA
The implementation committee members analyze the base system as delivered from the vendor before the system
is installed in the event that clarification or changes are necessary. Which of the following are analyzed
throughout this process?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
1. Technology
2. Vendor standing
3. Vendor compliance with regulatory requirements
4. Integration with other systems
5. Clinician support
Question 19
Type: MCMA
A group of tasks related to the analysis of hardware requirements must be addressed during the implementation
phase. Which of the following are considered specific tasks?
Standard Text: Select all that apply.
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1. Network infrastructure analysis
2. Review of workstation types
3. Input applications review
4. Printer decisions
5. Cabling capacity analysis