Background and Aim: The present time should be considered as an intermixture of information and communication. Today with access to modern infom1ation and communication technology and advancement of rapid communication, quick exchange of information has become possible more than in previous times. Utilization of computer sciences in medical professions including nursing due to high sensitivity and ease of action and care... has a special situation. Therefore nurses must in order to better perform their duties and standard professional activities, become familiar with information technology. Present research performs to compare of patient care with traditional and HIS method at Shahrekord hospitals.
Material and method: In this descriptive- analytic research. 150 samples among nursing staff of two hospitals namely Hajar and Ayatollah kashani were selected by convenience sampling. Questionnaire was used as data gathering tool. Questionnaires of this research were distributed and gathered after completion. To achieve objectives, descriptive and inference statistics were used. To determine statistical relation chi square and SPSS software was used.
Result: at Hajar hospital majority of samples were women in 30-39 years old (49%), 65% had less than 10 years record of service and were nurses (70%). 82 % of individuals had passed computer courses and 25% had personal computer.
At Ayatollah kashani hospital majority (52%) of women were in the age group of 30-39 (38° a) past service record of 10-20 years (51 %) and nursing profession (52%). 88% of samples had passed computer courses and 20% had P.S.C
Findings showed that between the HIS method and traditioml methods with satisfaction of patients (P<0.05) decrease of human errors (p<0.05) increased job time sparir:g. and increased productivity there was a significant statistical relationship.
Conclusion: according to HIS method, increased satisfaction of patients, decrease human errors, increased job time sparing, and increased productivity, facilities should be provided that all hospitals become equipped with HIS system.