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Surveillance des données

avril 2021

Lorsqu'il s'agit de jongler entre l'administration des soins de santé, la technologie de l'information et l'expertise en la matière, la disponibilité à fournir des données aux processus et aux systèmes de collecte de données peut devenir un facteur limitant majeur. L’un des avantages de la portée mondiale de l’IHAB et une incitation à étendre sa mise en œuvre est que l’inclusion de la surveillance des données prêtes pour l’IHAB dans les systèmes utilisés par les établissements de plusieurs pays et régions signifie qu’il y a moins de travail «sur mesure» pour chaque établissement et une excellente comparabilité.

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Alors que j'ai passé la dernière décennie environ en lactation, comme beaucoup d'IBCLC, je suis arrivée dans le domaine de l'allaitement après une autre carrière, dans un domaine apparemment sans rapport. À certains égards, je crois que cela peut être l'une des forces du domaine, car cela signifie qu'il existe une grande variété d'expériences pour enrichir le domaine en dehors des compétences en soins de santé et en counseling que nous partageons tous.

Même avec les meilleurs systèmes de surveillance des données qui reflètent pleinement les besoins de l'établissement de l'IHAB, les données doivent être capturées et stockées - et la toute première étape de cela est généralement les interactions au chevet des patients par le personnel de première ligne. La façon exacte dont un bébé est nourri, même lors d'un court séjour post-partum sans incident, peut être une longue histoire qui nécessite un jugement clinique pour être interprétée dans une case à cocher ou un champ de texte sur un formulaire.

«La bonne nouvelle à propos des ordinateurs est qu'ils font ce que vous leur dites de faire. La mauvaise nouvelle est qu’ils font ce que vous leur dites de faire. » -Ted Nelson

Malgré l'accent mis sur les responsabilités de la direction et des administrateurs pour financer, créer et maintenir des systèmes de suivi des données dans ces domaines, il restera essentiel pour le personnel de première ligne d'avoir les compétences et les connaissances nécessaires pour interpréter correctement les histoires d'alimentation des nourrissons, à la fois pour fournir des des soins de qualité aux patients et de créer des données de haute qualité pour éclairer les soins des futurs patients dans l'établissement et au-delà.

La création d'opportunités régulières pour examiner et améliorer la qualité des données va au-delà des résultats du suivi des données et peut être un moyen direct d'identifier les besoins de formation du personnel et d'améliorer les compétences.

 

Michelle Pensa Branco MPH IBCLC

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References:

Programming Wisdom [codewisdom]. (2018, Feb 11) “The good news about computers is that they do what you tell them to do. The bad news is that they do what you tell them to do." - Ted Nelson [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/CodeWisdom/status/962740265311141889?s=20

 

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PERSONAL INFORMATION WE COLLECT

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We use the Order Information that we collect generally to fulfill any orders placed through the Site (including processing your payment information, arranging for shipping, and providing you with invoices and/or order confirmations). Additionally, we use this Order Information to:

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Last Updated: September 2018