explore the informatics and patient records case study below.
Informatics Interactive Case Study
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Week 6 Informatics Interactive Case Study Journal Once you have engaged the course materials for this week, explore the informatics and patient records case study below. Associate what you have learned this week and thus far in the course with the case study, specifically topics such as ethics, closed networks, and HIPAA. Imagine you are nurse Jillian and answer the following questions. What would you have done in this situation when your technology systems were down, and you felt it was urgent to connect with the patient and family? Justify your actions. How do you believe Jillian’s clinic manager, Tom, should handle this situation given his options that were presented at the end? Include at least two scholarly sources in your journal entry. Examples of scholarly sources include professional journal articles and books obtained from library databases, national guidelines, and informatics organizations, published within the last five years.
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