Kaija Saranto

Kaija Saranto

University Of Kuopio, Department Of Health Policy And Management P.o.box 1627, Fin-70211 Kuopio, Finland.

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Kaija Saranto has direct influence:

nursing documentation
technology-induced errors
cognitive failures
discharge education
paramedic field supervisors
user age
ehealth indicators

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Kaija Saranto has influence:

nursing informatics
safety incidents
cognitive strain
workplace discrimination
ehr flowsheet
user age
inpatient portal

Prominent publications by Kaija Saranto

KOL-Index: 47 In this chapter, the previous research priorities and defined topics are used to determine the present state of the art of applied nursing informatics. The aim is to describe how recent publications support previous nursing informatics research agendas. The Scopus database was searched to find studies focusing on Nursing Informatics and eHealth in the context of applied clinical informatics. ...
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Areas Defined | Publications Future | Support Nursing | Focus Applied
KOL-Index: 39 BACKGROUND: The implementation of a technology such as health information exchange (HIE) through a Regional Health Information System (RHIS) may improve the mobilization of health care information electronically across organizations. There is a need to coordinate care and bring together regional and local stakeholders. OBJECTIVES: To describe how HIE had influenced health care delivery in ...
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Appointments Emergency | Influenced Delivery | Technology Exchange | Examinations Number
KOL-Index: 37 The use of information systems and electronic documentation has become a central part of a nurse's work, and it is expected to increase the quality of documentation and patient safety. However, errors related to documentation have been identified as a significant risk for the quality and safety of care. This study examined whether information system's support for documentation and nurses' ...
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Accurate Documentation | 3610 Nurses | Systems Support | Electronic Record Functions
KOL-Index: 37 AIM: The study aims to describe the impacts of different data structuring methods used in nursing records or care plans. This systematic review examines what kinds of structuring methods have been evaluated and the effects of data structures on healthcare input, processes and outcomes in previous studies. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Retrieval from 15 databases yielded 143 papers. Based on ...
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Records Plans | Methods Retrieval | Model Classifications | Nursing Process
KOL-Index: 35 OBJECTIVES: The use of IT in health care has merged advanced knowledge and skills for health care professionals. Former studies indicate that basic skills in computer use are no more than comprehensive competencies to manage electronically stored information in health care. The purpose of this paper is to review the literature focusing on the concept information literacy in the field of ...
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Literature Concept | Synonym | Endnote Bibliographic Software | Skills Computer
KOL-Index: 30 Finding the factors contributing to the successful implementation of Health Information Technology (HIT) can help relieve the stress on healthcare systems worldwide caused by e.g. aging populations. This research reviewed the existing literature and identified 16 success factors for HIT implementation, of which one, the influence of external environment, was not found by prior reviews. This ...
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Government Policy | Technology Hit
KOL-Index: 30 BACKGROUND: Nursing informatics competences (ie. knowledge and skills in electronic and structured documentation) have become a necessary prerequisite for nurses to carry out their professional roles. Therefore, there is a global need to integrate nursing informatics into nursing curricula. In Finland, the requirements to increase nursing informatics education were noted in eHealth ...
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Nurses Educational | Graduation | Nursing Informatics Education | Competence Items
KOL-Index: 29 BACKGROUND High expectations have been set for the implementations of health information systems (HIS) in health care. However, nurses have been dissatisfied after implementations of HIS. In particular, poorly functioning electronic health records (EHRs) have been found to induce stress and cognitive workload. Moreover, the need to learn new systems may require considerable effort from ...
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Training Sris | Nurses Implementation | Transition Periods | User Involvement
KOL-Index: 28 Factors influencing the reporting of patient safety incidents that result from health information technology (HIT) failure are poorly understood. We examined whether organizational justice is associated with the non-reporting of HIT system-related safety incidents among registered nurses. Cross-sectional survey data were collected from nurses (N = 1399) who reported encountering a HIT ...
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Registered Nurses | Fair | Reason-Specific Likelihood | High-Justice Environment
KOL-Index: 27 BACKGROUND: It is assumed that the implementation of health information technology introduces new vulnerabilities within a complex sociotechnical health care system, but no international consensus exists on a standardized format for enhancing the collection, analysis, and interpretation of technology-induced errors. OBJECTIVE: This study aims to develop a classification for patient safety ...
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Mature Electronic Records | Commonly Recognized Error | 6-Month Period | Classification Reporting

University of Kuopio, Department of Health Policy and Management P.O.Box 1627, FIN-70211 Kuopio, Finland.

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