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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    JCAHO
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    0866884998
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    978-0866884990
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    Joint Commission on; 1 edition (June 1, 1997)
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    193 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Outcome measurement and evidence-based practice are complementary and iterative efforts; both contribute to quality health care. In this article, hemodynamic monitoring is utilized as an example to discuss outcome measurement and evidence-based practice

Outcome measurement and evidence-based practice are complementary and iterative efforts; both contribute to quality health care. In this article, hemodynamic monitoring is utilized as an example to discuss outcome measurement and evidence-based practice. The use of technology, medications, and other interventions ideally would be based on sound scientific evidence of efficacy and effectiveness in clinical practice. Outcome measurement can contribute to the evidence and strengthen the process of appropriate technology use and evidence-based practice.

Routine health outcomes measurement is the process of examining whether not interventions are associated with change (for better or worse) in the patient's health status. This change can be directly measured (. a blood test result). Interventions can be direct (. medication) or indirect (. change in the process of health care like integration care by different specialists)

The outcome is measured prior to nursing interventions to establish a baseline score.

The outcome is measured prior to nursing interventions to establish a baseline score. rated again post intervention to determine a change score for the outcome.

Measurement of Health Outcomes

Measurement of Health Outcomes. Authors: Sue Moorhead Marion Johnson Meridean Maas Elizabeth Swanson. eBook ISBN: 9780323293808.

JCAHO: Nursing Practice Standards. Presented By: Nathan Buchinger Emily Dutmers Melanie Underwood Gerald Vorhies. JCAHO: Nursing Practice Standards.

Chapters discuss outcome measurement in all areas of advance practice nursing, including identifying outcomes in specialty areas and in community and ambulatory settings. The text provides detailed descriptions of how to conduct outcomes assessments, how to locate the most current instruments and measures for APN assessment, and perspectives on international initiatives in APN assessment. Examples of outcomes studies at the DNP level are culled from the most current published projects.

Significant difficulties still remain in identifying outcomes relevant to nursing intervention, measurement techniques and appropriate study designs. However, progress has been made.

Measuring Outcomes in Advanced Practice Nursing. Measuring Outcomes in Cardiovascular Advanced Practice Nursing. The ever-expanding field of outcomes measurement can make conducting an outcomes assessment complex. Anna Gawlinski and Kathy McCloy. Outcome Assessment in Advanced Practice Nursing provides APNs with up-to-date resources and examples of outcome measures, tools, and methods that can be used by APNs in their quest to measure outcomes of care.

The measurement of outcomes has become an important component of evaluating health care

The measurement of outcomes has become an important component of evaluating health care. Although it is clear that measuring outcomes is necessary to establish the effectiveness of advanced practicing nursing, which outcome measures to use and how to conduct an effective outcomes assessment remain unclear

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