Title Project Management in Nursing Informatics
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Author Mary Joy Garcia-Dia
ISBN 9780826164346
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 520
Book size 178 x 254 mm
Publishing year 2019
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Reviews:

“This book provides an important roadmap to assist nursing professionals, indeed all healthcare professionals, to achieving maximum benefits in patient care delivery through the application of technology and information science to clinical care.”

­­— Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN FAAN, Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University


Description:

Data and technology factor more heavily than ever on quality patient care in today’s healthcare system. As technology increases in complexity and scope, involving more healthcare roles and types of data analysis, so does the demand for project management and astute leadership. Among other responsibilities, Nurse Informatics Specialists (NIS) manage and implement technology initiatives so clinicians’ workflow is more efficient, which improves patient care, and the bottom line. To accomplish these goals, it is essential that the NIS has excellent Project Management skills.

Written for graduate nursing students, Project Management in Nursing Informatics provides core project management skills for Informatics students. This text gives students project management examples using realistic healthcare case scenarios. Chapters describe nursing informatics competencies and project management concepts that will be essential for clinical practicum and practical experience. Case scenarios show the consequences of right and wrong processes and highlight factors that lead to success. With plenty of chapter activities, exercises, and tasks, this text pushes the written concepts into practical realities for the NIS.

Key Features:

  • Incorporates key concepts in defining scope, tracking budget, and meeting deliverables within the expected timeline
  • Features cases with real-world scenarios
  • Contains templates to monitor and track multiple projects
  • Provides tools to manage, track, and complete a capstone project
  • Presents a basic review of key nursing informatics competencies and its relationship in designing a capstone project
  • Workflow analysis, concept mapping, data specification, collection and analysis
  • Accompanied by Instructor’s PowerPoints

 

Contents:

Contributors

Foreword Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Introduction: Nursing Informatics Specialty (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 2. Integration Between Nursing Informatics Core Competencies and Project Management Competencies (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Kathleen Begonia, and Mary Ann Connor)

Chapter 3. Project Management 101: Getting Started (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia and Bruce Darrow)

Chapter 4. Project Initiation (Jean Marie DiNapoli, Deirdre O’Flaherty, and Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 5. Project Planning (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Young-Shin Park, and Jennifer Dizon)

Chapter 6. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Analysis
(Mary Joy Garcia-Dia and Amy Reiterman)

Chapter 7. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Design
(Rosemary Ventura and Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 8. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Design—Technical and Software Configuration (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Tatiana Marie Arreglado, and Amy Y. Chan)

Chapter 9. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Configuration—Testing (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Jennifer Dizon, and Linda DiCarlo)

Chapter 10. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Implementation
(Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Deirdre O’ Flaherty, and Linda DiCarlo)

Chapter 11. Project Integration Management and Systems Development Life Cycle: System Maintenance
(Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, Amy Y. Chan, and Young-Shin Park)

Chapter 12. Project Monitoring and Controlling in Program Management (Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 13. Project Closing: Evaluation of an Information Technology Implementation—Using the Project Development Life Cycle and the Role of the Nursing Informatics Specialist (Eileen Achacoso, Eileen Healy, and
Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 14. Project Data and Reports (Amy Y. Chan, Tatiana Marie Arreglado, and Mary Joy Garcia-Dia)

Chapter 15. Project Management and Nursing Informatics: An Educator Perspective (Marian K. Nowak,
Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, and Amy Reiterman)

Chapter 16. Future Direction (Mary Jo Vetter, Maureen Phillips, Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, and Marian K. Nowak)

Chapter 17. What’s Next? Pearls of Wisdom From Nursing Informatics Experts (Mary Joy Gracia-Dia)

Index


About the Editor:

Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, DNP, RN, is Program Director, Nursing Informatics, at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Center for Professional Nursing Practice, Information Technology Department. Dr. Garcia-Dia graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Cum Laude, from the University of St. La Salle. She earned her Master’s in Nursing Informatics from New York University, Rory Meyers College of Nursing, with a Distinguished Graduate Award in 2002. She pursued her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Case Western Reserve University, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, and was a recipient of the Director’s Award as Outstanding DNP Graduate in 2015. Dr. Garcia-Dia has had a nursing career ranging from military nursing to medical-surgical and critical care to her new passion for information technology. She had led the electronic health record implementation in major academic centers starting at Bellevue Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, and Columbia Doctors Faculty Practice at Columbia University. As Director of Clinical Applications at Mount Sinai Health System, she led mission-critical projects ranging from deployment of point-of-care devices, integration of ancillary systems, physiologic monitor installation, and clinical systems upgrade. With projects ranging from mobile technology, data analytics, and telehealth, Dr. Garcia-Dia’s current role at NewYork-Presbyterian focuses on EHR optimization and standardization while supporting the enterprise’s goal to improve the quality of patient care and healthcare services.

 

Target Audience:

Useful for nurses and other healthcare professionals.

 

 
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