Evaluation Plan Project: Literature Review
Adventurous travelers may see their journey as an investigative effort to identify landmarks on their expedition. Similarly, evaluation is an investigative effort that attempts to identify the landmarks of merit, worth, and significance. Before fully refining the focus of any investigation or research individuals should attempt to determine the current state of affairs in their area of interest.
Researchers attempt to establish merit, worth, and significance applicable to other researchers, practitioners, and the body of knowledge. One of the most common ways to accomplish this is to conduct a literature review. A literature review allows one to take a “snapshot” of the established knowledge in a particular area. Using this snapshot, researchers can determine the merit of their research questions and how they may need to modify their research goals.
Key words: Electronic Health Records, Health Information Technology or HIT, Interoperability, Nursing
Required a 3-page literature review from SIX or more peer-reviewed articles that addresses the following:
· Synthesize the findings in the literature as they relate to the goal of INTEROPERABILITY within the health information technology and various hospitals.
· Explain the original conclusions that derived from the evidence gathered.
· Support the synthesis and conclusions using evidence from the literature.
I have attached few article for your review, but need to find more articles focused to the topic.