1) Reflect on Miller and colleagues’ research on new graduate preparedness in working with electronic medical records (EMR). What challenges and benefits do you anticipate, or have you experienced, when interfacing with the EMR? What strategies can you implement to ensure that you have a smooth transition in your documentation while using the EMR? . Cite Miller and colleagues’ research/references in proper APA Style. 2) Maintaining patients’ skin integrity decreases hospital-acquired infection rates and reduces patients’ length of stay. 3) Alarms are intended to alert caregivers of potential patient problems. But if alarms are not properly managed, they can compromise patient safety. After completing the assigned readings: • Respond in one strategy per level. • Develop one alarm management and patient safety strategies for each of the following levels of care: Organizational Unit Individual caregiver 4) E. L. is an 88-year-old widow who has advanced dementia. She is a retired secretary and is cared for in the home of her divorced daughter, who is her power of attorney for health affairs. E. L. requires assistance with all activities of daily living. She spends most of the day sitting in her orthopedic recliner (she has had bilateral hip replacements) or lying in bed. She does not speak or acknowledge the presence of others. Recently, E. L. has stopped eating all meals except for small banana slices. She resists a spoon when it is brought to her mouth, and she pockets food in her cheeks without swallowing. E. L. was admitted to the hospital several months ago for influenza and bilateral pneumonia. She was treated in the intensive care unit for three days and then sent home. The possibility of a feeding tube insertion was discussed during her hospitalization. E. L.’s daughter is seeking guidance on artificial nutrition and hydration. • Discussions points should reflect best practices that you will include as you speak with E. L.’s daughter regarding her mother’s end-of-life care. • Cite your references in proper APA Style.