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We can see how health information and technology are quickly evolving to improve accessibility and efficiencies in order to deliver the best care for our patients near or far. Health data is collected, stored, and exchanged along the continuum of healthcare. Managing this data requires safe and secure measures to ensure the right information is accessible to the right providers. Nursing leaders play a role within informatics in ensuring that health solutions such as EMRs, technology, or devices meet the clinical workflow needs of their staff and the care they provide.


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Leadership for Nurses in Clinical Settings Copyright © 2022 by Dr. Kirsten Woodend, Dr. Catherine Thibeault, Dr. Manon Lemonde, Dr. Janet McCabe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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