Name Tutor Course Date Telehealth Balestra M. (2018). Telehealth and Legal Implications for Nurse Practitioners. The Journal For Nurse Practitioners 14(1) 33-39. dx.doi.org Health services which integrate telehealth have grown rampantly. These health services uses telehealth platforms that support automated information and broadcastings technologies in backing healthcare by clinics from very long distances. This has led to cost saving boosted access to patients and resulted to more patient engagement hence good results. The research established that nursing experts who attend to patients several settings can use telehealth to improve healthcare services to places which are not well served. The article also notes the various implications that are caused by telehealth. The researchers advises nurses to put in practice concrete advice and guidelines for using telehealth. Nurses are also encouraged to put in place tactics to manage risk to make sure they offer better health care. Apart from just giving An essential educational component for today's health care setting. Nurse Education Today 32(8) 842-845. dx.doi.org Lister M. Vaughn J. Brennan-Cook J. Molloy M. Kuszajewski M. & Shaw R. (2018). Telehealth and telenursing using simulation for pre-licensure USA students. Nurse Education In Practice 29 59-63. dx.doi.org Sorrells-Jones J. Tschirch P. & Liong M. (2017). Nursing and telehealth: Opportunities for nurse leaders to shape the future. Nurse Leader 4(5) 42-58. dx.doi.org Speyer R. Denman D. Wilkes-Gillan S. Chen Y. Bogaardt H. & Kim J. et al. (2018). Effects of telehealth by allied health professionals and nurses in rural and remote areas: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal Of Rehabilitation Medicine 50(3) 225-235. dx.doi.org Sweeney Haney T. Kott K. Rutledge C. Britton B. Fowler C. & Poston R. (2018). How to Prepare Interprofessional Teams in Two Weeks: An Innovative Education Program Nested in Telehealth. International Journal Of Nursing Education Scholarship 15(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/ijnes-2017-0040 [...]
Instructions are attached is the directions and the grading rubric, and it is due April 13. The topics for the article s can be Health Information Exchange, integrated care, telehealth, electronic health record, social media, informatics competencies in education (To name a few). It can be 6-8 pages but 6 will be just fine.