Implementing a triage system improves patient prioritization and emergency care

Implementing a
triage system improves patient prioritization and emergency care efficiency,
though it requires high costs and extensive training. Clinical vocabularies
standardize documentation and enhance data analysis but are complex to
implement and maintain (Hettinger et al., 2021). RFID technology improves
patient tracking accuracy, reducing misidentification risks, yet raises privacy
concerns and requires significant investment. I recommend prioritizing the
triage system for its immediate impact on patient safety and emergency care
effectiveness, aligning with Ecclesiastes 3:1, “There is a time for
everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens” (Bible,
2011). Stakeholders include emergency department staff, IT personnel, hospital
administration, and patients. Engaging them early, explaining benefits, and
providing comprehensive training with continuous support minimize resistance
and promote ownership. Setting up feedback mechanisms ensures continuous
improvement (Jacob et al., 2023). Proverbs 15:22 says, “Plans fail for
lack of counsel, but with many advisers, they succeed” (Bible, 2011),
emphasizing stakeholder involvement for successful implementation. To enhance
patient safety, decision support tools like clinical decision support systems,
automated medication dispensing systems, and e-prescribing are essential (Kruse
& Ehrbar, 2020). These tools provide real-time alerts, reduce medication
errors, and improve prescription accuracy, aligning with Proverbs 11:14,
“For lack of guidance a nation falls, but victory is won through many
advisers” (Bible, 2011). 
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answer following questions:
Although your facility has a state-of-the art electronic health record (EHR), it lacks specific functionality to address the needs of emergency care. In the interest of patient safety and to integrate activities into the EHR your team has been tasked to explore the following three options: (1) implement and integrate a triage system; (2) incorporate clinical vocabularies in the EHR to support nursing and physician documentation requirements; and (3) implement RFID technology for patient tracking.
Discussion Questions:
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each option? Which option would you recommend implementing first and why?
Your team and the Vice President of Patient Care Services are working together to address the needs of the Emergency Department. Who would you identify as stakeholders in the implementation of each solution and why? What steps would you take to minimize user resistance?
The EHR is not fail-proof, and human error is an issue. Discuss potential decision support tools and functionality that could be implemented to increase patient safety.