Define standardized terminology that reflects nursing’s unique contribution to patient outcomes

Define standardized terminology that reflects nursing’s unique contribution to patient outcomes

Define standardized terminology that reflects nursing’s unique contribution to patient outcomes 150 150 Nyagu

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Discussion Question

Standardized Terminology and Language in Informatics is an important part of healthcare. Nurses and healthcare workers need to understand and be able to communicate clearly.

Please select one of the following options and discuss your understanding of the role in healthcare and its potential impact on your practice.the option i choose is USABILITY ***
Remember that Week 3 will cover the following Course Outcomes:

CO 3: Define standardized terminology that reflects nursing’s unique contribution to patient outcomes (PO 3).
CO 8: Discuss the value of best evidence as a driving force to institute change in delivery of nursing care (PO 8).
In this era of pay for performance nursing is at the front line especially with documentation using standardized language and the incorporation of evidence-based practice guidelines with the aim of improving the quality, efficiency, and overall value of health care. Over time, the guidelines and effect on reimbursement has grown tremendously.