3. Explore how nurses create clinical knowledge.
4. Evaluate how nurses use clinical knowledge.
5. Explain clinical decision support.
Chapter Ten: Ethical Applications of Informatics
Kathleen Mastrian, Dee McGonigle, and Nedra Farcus
1. Recognize ethical dilemmas in nursing informatics.
2. Examine ethical implications of nursing informatics.
3. Evaluate professional responsibilities for the ethical use of healthcare informatics technology.
4. Explore the ethical model for ethical decision making.
5. Analyze practical ways of applying the ethical model for ethical decision making to manage ethical dilemmas in nursing informatics.
Chapter Eleven: Overview of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
Dee McGonigle, Kathleen Mastrian, and Nedra Farcus
1. Describe the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.
2. Determine how HIPAA applies to your practice and setting.
3. Explore the relationship among ANSI, HL7, ISO, and HIPAA.
4. Assess how other countries around the globe are addressing security and privacy.
Chapter Twelve: Securing Information in a Network
Lisa Reeves Bertin
1. Explore information fair use and copyright restrictions.
2. Describe processes for securing information in a computer network.
3. Identify various methods of user authentication and relate authentication to security of a network.
4. Explain methods to anticipate and prevent typical threats to network security.
Chapter Thirteen: An Insider’s View of the Utility of a Clinical Information System
1. Assess an insider’s description of a CIS.
2. Explore knowledge dissemination and generation tools supported by the CIS.
3. Describe quality assurance and clinical outcomes measurement supported by the CIS.
4. Explore evidence-based practice and translational research tools provided by the CIS.