Based on the last question from NR534A, I need you to help respond to the attached 4 peers’ posts in 150 words each. 


Lauren Brown


After reviewing the course 


 and the 

Health IT Evaluation Project

 guideline, I am looking forward to developing a program that can engage both staff and patients alike through a series of “rounding” that nurses will complete with patients.  This will be done through a computer program that will provide visual cues for nurses to ensure that all patients are being rounded on.  This seems like an appropriately sized project for an 11 week course, which can also be evaluated through a small qualitative study through a survey of both patients and staff alike.  
Nursing rounds have been proven time and time again to improve both clinical care, evaluation, and outcomes (Chapman et. al., 2021).  Hospitals have been encouraging nurses to make frequent rounds on all patients and their families for a very long time (and to document on it as well, because it is a billable service) (Close & Castledine, 2005).  With that information, to a nonclinical person it is hard to understand why nurses do not always do every round, every time.  Reality is that time is short and the floors are all very busy with patient care that only nurses can do – is is often times hard to check on all of the patients needs and comfort care every hour.  
Hopefully, a small program that I can develop will give nurses and technicians an easy way to see if and when patients were last rounded on.  This will ensure that all patients are receiving an opportunity to let their needs be known and thus improve patient care and absolutely improve their perception of healthcare.
Chapman, L. B., Kopp, K. E., Petty, M. G., LA Hartwig, J., Pendleton, K. M., Langer, K., & Meiers, S. J. (2021). Benefits of collaborative patient care rounds in the intensive care unit. Intensive & Critical Care Nursing, 63.

Close, A., & Castledine, G. (2005). Clinical nursing rounds part 2: nurse management rounds. British Journal of Nursing, 14(16), 872–874.


Carolyn Gaeckle


Hi everyone,

As the organization I am working for does not have any plans for implementation of new technology, I will refer to a recent change in our system for this project. In November, we switched from Meditech to the Epic System.

Brief Project Description:
This will be an evaluation of the implementation of the new electronic health record system, Epic, effective November of 2021. This was a change from our previous, outdated, electronic health record system, Meditech.

Project Goals:
The goals of this initiative are to improve patient safety; improve timeliness in patient care; improve the user interface for patients accessing their EHR; and improve congruency and continuity of care across our organization.

Evaluation Measures:
To improve patient safety by reducing the number of medication errors through the use of the new system; to improve timeliness of

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