From highest hazard to lowest hazard rank the top five technology hazards out of ten that nurse leaders need to be aware of in their practice and justify your response

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From highest hazard to lowest hazard rank the top five technology hazards out of ten that nurse leaders need to be aware of in their practice and justify your response

From highest hazard to lowest hazard rank the top five technology hazards out of ten that nurse leaders need to be aware of in their practice and justify your response. Briefly discuss effective ways that nurse leaders can help alleviate these hazards in nursing practice. Are there additional hazards that you would include?

 

DISCUSSION

  1. During project management activities an individual may not be given access to the entirety of his or her health record held by the health care provider or health plan and may only have the ability to view and not update or edit the information that is assembled by the health care provider or health plan. Using a SWOT analysis provide examples how imbalances in access may lead to conflict in electronic health record optimization and how the conflict can be managed?
  2. From highest hazard to lowest hazard rank the top five technology hazards out of ten that nurse leaders need to be aware of in their practice and justify your response. Briefly discuss effective ways that nurse leaders can help alleviate these hazards in nursing practice. Are there additional hazards that you would include?