As mentioned in this lesson, numerous telecommunications-ready tools are already available to assist nurses in delivering care and improving patients’ health outcomes. New and innovative tools are rapidly making it to the marketplace, making current tools dated and sometimes obsolete. Continue to reflect upon the point-of-care tools you may be familiar with using in your role as a Registered Nurse and how your responsibilities will change with your future role as an APN. How will you stay current? Provide a brief response (100 words or less)
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- Chapter 13 Workflow and Beyond Meaningful Use
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- Chapter 6 Computers in Health Care
- Chapter 19 Clinical Decision Support Systems
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