Widely adopted data models and deployed infrastructure such as PCORnet and OMOP have minimal consideration for clinical data sensitive to nursing practice.
Such data are absent in PCORnet and OMOP. The best solution would be to adopt widely accepted definitions of nursing units, such as the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI).
The OMop Dry sweeper cloths, marketed by Method Products, is a disposable dry sweeper cloth similar to Swifter but made from 100% poly lactic acid, a renewable plastic derived from corn, which uses resin from Natureworks.
Designed as a premium product, the OMop, like other environmentally sensitive Method products, is being marketed on the high end of the mass market and is currently available in Target stores where it is reportedly doing well.