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Nursing Adoption of IT

Nursing Adoption of IT
A Look from the Inside Out 2007

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Nursing patient care solutions... How deep? How satisfied? Eighty-eight percent of acute organizations investing in nursing solutions report nursing adoption – but how much more than basic functions are they using? And what about the real tough stuff? Which vendors lead client adoption? What unique challenges do nurses face? And just how satisfied are nurses with their patient care IT solutions?

KLAS set out to find the answers to these and other questions regarding Nursing Adoption in this landmark study. And, while we were prepared to quantify and report results, we were not prepared for the overwhelming energy and attention the subject received from those who care most about it: Nurses.

This nursing study was designed with two goals in mind. First, interview nurses for their candid feedback. Second, find out how many of each vendor’s CIS sites had actual nurse adoption – and how deep was that adoption.

Findings from the Nursing Study confirm that challenges with nurse automation run deep. Nothing demonstrates this more clearly than vendor scores from the “Nurse Adoption” rating, where even the best vendor scored only 23.3 out of 40 possible. Scores like that beg the question: Why have so few sites arrived? Or, in other words: why is adoption so low?

Find out in our exciting new study: Nursing Adoption of IT: A Look from the Inside Out.

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