For this assignment, you will create an annotated bibliography on your chosen to

For this assignment, you will create an annotated bibliography on your chosen topic.
Please locate the CNI Library and conduct a comprehensive search the scholarly literature for at least 3 peer-reviewed articles published within 5 years. This annotated bibliography should provide sufficient background on your topic with current relevance to nursing practice.
Each article in your annotated bibliography should be referenced according to current APA format. After the reference, you will include a summary, assessment, and a reflection.
Summary: Your summary should focus on an analysis of the information within the article. Please avoid simply repeating the article content. Question the main purpose of the article, main arguments, main points, and main focus. Include the type of research was used in the article and the findings or results.
Assessment: The next step after your summary will be your assessment or evaluation. Question the reliability of the information and if the delivery was objective or biased. Question any limitations, strengths, and weaknesses. How was this content relevant to your topic of interest?
Reflection: The last step is your reflection on how this article aligns with your topic interest. How can you use this article to support or show a contrast on your topic? Describe how the information in the article added to your understanding of your topic. Question if the article influenced your perspective on your topic.
Length: 3-4 pages, not including the Title Page. Include 3 scholarly, peer-reviewed resources.
Each annotated bibliography should be no longer than one page. Your submission should include a Title Page. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to CNI College Academic Integrity Policy. Upload your document and click the Submit to Dropbox button in Canvas on Week 6.
Impact of EHRs on Healthcare
Student: Meha Moradi
Course: Nursing Informatic
Institution: CNI College
Dr. Alicia Michele Paulo
Date: 12/15/2022
Impact of EHRs on Healthcare
The incorporation of digital technology is rapidly transforming healthcare processes and
procedures, which has improved patient safety and quality of care. EHRs have facilitated accuracy
and increased the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery through frequent access to
patients’ accurate information and comprehensive medical history. Notably, EHRs have
established a collaborative working practice whereby healthcare professionals share ideas and
offer real-time treatment to patients. EHRs are crucial because they have made patient records easy
to access and read (Robinson & Kersey, 2018). In addition, EHRs have positively impacted the
health and nursing sector by reducing misunderstandings and double delegation of roles and
EHRs have facilitated improved scheduling and billing by ensuring no repetition or double
entry, reducing the risk of miscalculating funds and payments. Another significant impact of EHRs
is that health professionals can help the patient be aware of federal government incentives in
healthcare, for instance, Medicaid and Medicare (Tutty et al., 2019). Notably, EHRs facilitate
physicians to offer patient support and education, which has helped manage chronic diseases.
Patients with chronic illnesses can access educational materials that help control and monitor their
illness, which has led to increased positive health outcomes and recoveries (Chen et al., 2020).
Moreover, EHRs act as reminders for patients and health professionals and ensure that treatment
and medication are administered promptly and appropriately.
Conclusively, incorporating EHRs in health organizations enhances revenue, improves job
satisfaction and motivation of health professionals, and increases the capacity to conduct research
and case studies. It is noteworthy that EHRs increase revenue by reducing billing errors and
eliminating inaccurate coding. The efficiencies brought about by EHRs within the organization
ensure that costs are saved, which is another significant impact of EHRs. Adopting and
implementing EHRs to facilitate cost reduction and quality improvement is critical.
Chen, M., Tan, X., & Padman, R. (2020). Social determinants of health in electronic health records
and their impact on analysis and risk prediction: a systematic review. Journal of the
American Medical Informatics Association, 27(11), 1764-1773.
Robinson, K. E., & Kersey, J. A. (2018). Novel electronic health record (EHR) education
intervention in large healthcare organization improves quality, efficiency, time, and impact
on burnout. Medicine, 97(38).
Tutty, M. A., Carlasare, L. E., Lloyd, S., & Sinsky, C. A. (2019). The complex case of EHRs:
examining the factors impacting the EHR user experience. Journal of the American
Medical Informatics Association, 26(7), 673-677.