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Attached is assignment due, You will be responding to post by student by making a substantive contribution must be at least 1 1/2-2paragraphs in length with a minimum of 2 peer-reviewed references in APA Format. No Wikipedia, BLOGS with ads from yahoo.com or google.com, as they present biased opinion. Use peer-reviewed articles to support your thoughts!

You will respond as if you are speaking to student, for example: Great post Cynthia, 

I like that you  mention…….i would like to add…based on your discussion…etc or you can even concur if you do not agree with everything indicated by student. 



Attached is school library log in, must use peer reviewed articles as your references (min of 2 references) 

Question by Professor:

How can technology enhance the effectiveness of CQI?

What are some of the challenges that prevent technology from fully being integrated in CQI?

Student 1: Natasha Sandifer

Hello Professor and Class,

Staff and supervisors considered the innovation to adequately uphold continuous QI endeavors by giving opportune admittance to dependable information. The worth of the innovation was related with an unmistakable need to utilize existing information in QI. The quickest obligation that information advancement can make to redesign the idea of clinical benefits is to furnish the clinical benefits units with better information about the patient and clinical issue reachable, and elective tests and medications for that issue, ideally at the inspiration driving consideration (Tolf et al., 2020). This would empower clinicians to pick assists that with evening rapidly and enable them to try not to conceivably paralyze mistakes.

Some challenges that prevent technology from being fully integrated are:

At the point when the innovation is taken on to further develop the interaction then it turns out to be exceptionally confounded.

It requires very mastery to run the CQI. It is undeniably challenging in beginning timeframe.

It is undeniably challenging to foster a completely widespread framework.

It requires cost in the underlying timeframe and again keeping up with is an errand.


Johnson, J. K., & Sollecito, W. A. (2020). McLaughlin & Kaluzny's continuous quality improvement in health care (5th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Tolf, S., Mesterton, J., Söderberg, D., Amer-Wåhlin, I., & Mazzocato, P. (2020, September 1). How can technology support quality improvement? lessons learned from the adoption of an analytics tool for advanced performance measurement in a hospital unit – BMC Health Services Research. BioMed Central. Retrieved December 13, 2021, from https://bmchealthservres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12913-020-05622-7.

Student 2: Lavina Owen

The purpose of continuous quality improvement programs is to improve health care by identifying problems, implementing and monitoring corrective action and studying its effectiveness. The most direct contribution that information technology can make to improving the quality of health care is to provide the clinician with better information about the patient and health problem at hand, and alternative tests and treatments for that problem, preferably at the point of care. This would enable clinicians to choose services that are more effective more quickly and help them avoid potentially tragic errors.

The most relevant technologies include:

• electronic patient records

• structured data entry

• advanced human-computer interface technologies

• portable computers

• automated capture of data from diagnostic and monitoring equipment

• relational databases with online query (key-word search and retrieval)

• knowledge-based computing

• computer networks

Technology Development

As impressive as their applications are, the usefulness of clinical decision support systems can still be hampered by incomplete, inaccurate, or inaccessible information—problems that advanced information technologies could help overcome. However, the capabilities of many of the information technologies employed in CDSSs remain limited and their costs remain high, posing substantial barriers to their widespread use.

Clinical information content

In theory, clinical decision support could also benefit from further development of standards for clinical information content—mainly common medical nomenclatures and uniform coding systems for diagnoses, procedures, and test results—to help ensure that all needed information is present and accurate. Some analysts believe the development of a universal clinical nomenclature and coding system is critical to the effective use of information technology to improve the quality of health care. However, developing a truly universal system is a difficult task, given the wide variation in existing systems and the intensity of institutional commitment to those systems. Indeed, some analysts question whether a truly universal system can ever be developed, contending that “terminology evolves in a context of use” that cannot be supplemented.


Johnson, J. K., & Sollecito, W. A. (2020). McLaughlin & Kaluzny's continuous quality improvement in health care (5th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Gowen, Charles R., I.,II, McFadden, K. L., & Settaluri, S. (2012). Contrasting continuous quality improvement, Six Sigma, and lean management for enhanced outcomes in US hospitals. American Journal of Business, 27(2), 133-153. http://0634jy5sx.mp02.y.http.dx.doi.org.prx-keiser.lirn.net/10.1108/19355181211274442

Higgins, T. C., Crosson, J., Peikes, J., R McNellis, Genevro, J., & D Meyers. (2015). Using Health Information Technology to Support Quality Improvement in Primary CareT. AHRQ Publication.


Finding Academic Scholarly Articles

Academic literature is very important to your graduate work. You will want to limit the use of the Web, and instead increase the use of scholarly literature. Note: Wikipedia is not an acceptable source for graduate-level work.

All of your opinions should be backed-up with academic scholarly peer reviewed articles whether they be in discussions or in papers. Your textbook alone as a source is never enough.

To find this academic literature all you need to do is go to your online library. The link and instructions on how to log in are located under Course Home. I would suggest you begin with ProQuest database at the LIRN area of the online library. Within the ProQuest database you will want to be sure that you check the two boxes at the bottom of your keyword search: you want to check full text and you want to check the box for scholarly peer-reviewed work (these are academic). On the ProQuest site you'll see a little graduation tassel to indicate this will render academic scholarly journals and literature.

ProQuest says of academic articles:

"Scholarly Journals, including peer-reviewed

A publication is considered to be scholarly if it is authored by academics for a target audience that is mainly academic, the printed format isn't usually a glossy magazine, and it is published by a recognized society with academic goals and missions.

A publication is considered to be peer reviewed if its articles go through an official editorial process that involves review and approval by the author's peers (people who are experts in the same subject area.) Most (but not all) scholarly publications are peer reviewed. Some trade publications are actually peer reviewed, but ProQuest does not consider them when filtering on peer reviewed. This is because getting results from trade publications instead of academic journals can be frustrating to researchers. Instead, ProQuest excludes these peer reviewed trade publications and only considers publications that are scholarly in terms of content, intent, and audience."

Enjoy exploring the library. It is one of the great joys of academic research!



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