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noun arrangement, artificium, classification, formula, logical process, manner, means, method, modeof management, operation, order, orderliness, orderly combiiation, organization, pattern, plan, policy, practice, procedure, process, program, recipe, regime, regimen, regularity, scheme, settled procedure, state of order, strategy, technique, way
Associated concepts: commercial system, governmental system, judicial system, legal system, retirement system
See also: arrangement, array, avenue, bureaucracy, codification, complex, contrivance, course, development, device, doctrine, form, guide, hierarchy, institute, means, method, mode, modus operandi, opportunity, order, plan, practice, procedure, process, program, rule, scheme, strategy, usage
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Understand The Feasibility Of Using The Omaha System To Document Outcomes, Needs & Services For Children Reported To Mdh With Hearing Loss Or Included In The Birth Defects Information System;
The WHO initiative "Systematically Reviewing the Evidence on Nursing and Midwifery Services" will develop a preliminary global framework that could be used along with the ICNP for cross mapping terms to the: (a) Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED), (b) North America Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA), (c) Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC), (d) Nursing Sensitive Patient Outcomes Classification (NOC), (e) Omaha System, and (f) Home Health Care Classification (HHCC) (Cote, 1998; Johnson et al.
For Nursing Interventions: The University of Iowa's Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC), The Omaha System, and HHCC;
The Omaha System is a research-based documentation system originally developed for home care nurses in the 1970s.
The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association's Approved List of Nursing Diagnoses (NANDA), The Omaha System, and Georgetown University's Home Health Care Classification (HHCC).
These nursing directors developed an action plan, selected the Omaha System as the standardized language for multidisciplinary staff, and agreed that the use of an electronic health record (EHR) was essential.
16-18 "The Omaha System International Conference: A Key to Practice, Documentation, and Information Management," presented by Martin Associates at University of Minnesota School of Nursing, in Eagan, MN; www.
Participants from 15 states and six countries attended the Omaha System International Conference in Eagan, MN on April 7-9, 2011.
The Omaha System Intervention Scheme (10) is also used along with a taxonomy that classifies nursing diagnoses according to the following categories (9):