Nursing informatics experts discuss their favourite apps and tools to help you stay on top of your nursing care.
The Globe and Mail’s Roberta Curnoe answers your questions on how to choose a nursing informatic software provider.
(CBC)”We really appreciate the level of detail they put into their software and the support they offer in terms of the education they provide,” said Linda Ladd, executive director of the National Association of Nursing Education (NANE).
“That’s what we want in a health professional.
I think they have a real value as a nurse.”
Innovative nursing software for nursing home patients”A nurse’s life is a constant process,” she added.
“It’s about being involved in care and supporting people with various challenges, and learning about and making use of the latest technologies and technologies to meet that needs.”
The NANE supports more than 600,000 RNs and more than 10,000 other professionals across the country.
The group has a national network of accredited nursing and nursing software companies.
The NAME’s latest guide, which focuses on the nursing software market, offers tips on choosing a provider.
The Globe and the Mail’s top nursing informasys for 2017 (and the ones we love to use) are listed below.What you need to know about nursing softwareABSCO-insider, a service that offers free training to nurse practitioners on a wide range of topics, says that information on nursing software is a must for any RN.
“Nurses need to understand how their tools work, and how to use them,” said Lisa Kocher, vice-president of education at the company.
“Nursing software can help you develop your understanding of the nursing profession and what’s required to become a great nurse,” she said.
For example, the service has created a comprehensive guide on the basics of how to install the software, how to configure it and how a patient can access information about their health.
“We recommend it for anyone wanting to learn about nursing technology,” Kochers said.
How do I get help for my nursing software?
If you have a nursing software issue or need help getting the software up and running, the best way to go is to get in touch with your health care provider.NANO HealthCare’s online resources page is where you can find information on how and when to report issues with the software.
You can also find answers to common questions and concerns about software.CBC News Health and Wellness Editor Stephen Quinn contributed to this report.