Sample Analysis of Key Messaging: Digital Technologies and the Future of Nursing

This presentation provides a broad overview of the emerging patterns in digitally enabled care. It provides a great deal of specific information on how the roles and responsibilities of nurses and other clinicians will be changing as a result of advancements in technology. It does explain enough that a common person will be conversant with terms such as AI or deep learning. As such, the projections pointed out in the presentation are expertly designed. Along this line, one of the projections is that in five years’ time, market tractions are likely to confirm consumer preference and clinical resource efficiency of technologies such as telehealth and artificial intelligence. The prediction is accurate because a lot of evidence based resources such as Allen Institute for AI supports the assertion that there will a drastic change in healthcare efficiency using complex technologies in the next five years.

The presentation gives a glimmer of hope with a compelling example of a chatbot that can yield presumptive diagnosis. In fact, chatbots with artificial intelligence will be essential in the transformation of nursing as they will minimize unnecessary routine of health care officials (Chinn, 2015). While artificial intelligence is far from being understood by everyone in the healthcare sector, its components and features are making it possible for a progressive step towards aligning nurses to a different type of care (Grossman & Valiga, 2017). The given graphical illustration of consumer acceptance and structural designs also indicates that the future of nursing is almost hitting the notch. Thus, from the presentation, it is clear that the nursing role is evolving and there is need to put in place mechanisms for continual adjustment of the healthcare sector. Specifically, more focus should be on in efficiency of the healthcare system to ensure that the demerits do not outweigh the benefits.

 

References

Grossman, S., & Valiga, T. M. (2017). The new leadership challenge: Creating the future of                        nursing.

Chinn, P. L. (2014). The future of nursing. Frederick, Md: Aspen Publishers.