Research Paper | Nursing | Indonesia | Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021
Analytical Comparison between Nursing Informatics Competencies and Nursing Information Management System
Gusrina Komara Putri | Moh. Heri Kurniawan
Abstract: Nursing informatics competencies are important and it should be followed by a good quality of nursing informatics system so that quality of nursing care will be delivered with a high quality. In hospital setting, there are two main classification which are governmental and private hospital with difference characteristics between those institutions. This study aim was to do analytical comparison between the nursing informatics competencies of nurses and the quality of the nursing informatics management system in both governmental and the private hospital. A cross sectional study design was used. Questionnaire distributed are the Self-Assessment of Nursing Informatics Competencies (SANIC) and questionnaire of Delone and Mc Clean model. Statistical analysis established used SPSS version 26 and SmartPLS version 2 tools to do the Structural Equation Model (SEM) followed by the Multi Group Analysis (MGA). Result for this research are namely: there are correlation among age, working experience and career ladder with nursing informatics competencies. Whereas there are no correlation between quality of nursing management system with the age, working experience and educational background. With SEM model it is found that nursing informatics competencies of nurses and the quality nursing management system are correlated in both governmental and private hospital. It can be concluded that there is correlation of nursing informatics competencies with age, working experience and nursing career ladder. Furthermore, this study reflects that nurses in both hospital have quite the same nursing informatics competencies and the quality of nursing management systems also quite similar.
Keywords: nurses, nursing informatics, nurses informatics competencies, nursing information management system
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 1, January 2021,
Pages: 1080 - 1084
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