Create a Concept Map that Details a Process for Receiving Electronic Mediation Orders
Computerized Physcian Order Entry (CPOE) systems Concept Map Assignment
Create a concept map that details a process for receiving electronic mediation orders. In your concept map be sure to address the following:
-Identify appropriate technology used with Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) systems
-Identify the steps necessary to enter order
-Identify who receives and processes order
-Identify the steps within the process the order must flow through
-Be sure to proofread paper and eliminate all spelling and grammar errors
Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) Systems Concept Ma
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A risk management mind-set guided by the principle of ‘do-no-harm’ is required to determine which technologies should be used when, where and why during different phases of a mediation process and in accordance with the mediation strategy.
To mitigate risk and potential harm to the mediation effort, mediators need to increase their digital literacy and deepen their awareness of digital safety and security issues associated with digital technologies. They also need to include digital technologies and the management of associated risks in their planning and budgeting processes.
Our growing connectivity and dependence on digital technologies will continue to expand in the coming years, bringing significant changes to many aspects of conflict and politics, including how we mediate peace processes. In this changing environment, mediation experts need to understand the risks associated with digital technologies, how they impact our work and the actors we engage with. The DPPA’s Mediation Support Unit, together with CMI – Martti Ahtisaari Peace Foundation and the CyberPeace Institute, released an open access Cyber Hygiene and Digital Risk Management E-Learning Platform for Mediators. This new tool was developed with a focus on the specific and distinct risks for mediators posed by the use of digital technologies. It seeks to build awareness of these risks and the capacity to mitigate and manage them.
Digital technologies increase the volume, variety and velocity of information that can be gathered for conflict analysis. They also provide innovative means for managing and organizing it. Data derived from digital sources should, however, be triangulated with other sources of information to ensure a more informed analysis.
As for the content of conflict analysis, mediators and their teams need to consider additional factors such as the digital ecosystem of a given setting and the power dynamics of conflict parties. This includes, for instance, the competition for control or disruption of critical internet resources. Mediators also need to consider the safety, security and reputational risks associated with collecting and storing the information used for conflict analysis.