Next Event: May 9, 2014, Trends in Clinical Informatics
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May 9, 2014 - Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective
Tiger Leadership Collaborative Report is out! Please read about the vital role that nurse leaders play in the adoption of Health IT in the TIGER Leadership Collaborative Report. This series of papers assists nurse executives in all areas of healthcare as they integrate technology into practice to maximize opportunities and balance the competing demands of providing quality care, engaging patients in their care, reducing costs, and implementing the population health model.
NENIC is happy to help distribute the weekly HIMSS NI Snapshot news email called Be in the Know with HIMSS Community Collaborators. These emails highlight clinical informatics items from HIMSS as well as its collaborating partners. For more information about HIMSS, click HIMSS Nursing Informatics.
We look forward to seeing you May 9!
NENIC Membership Spotlight
Congratulations to Sharon Bouyer-Ferullo DNP, RN, MHA, CNO, Patricia Dykes DNSc, RN, FAAN, FACMI (AMIA), Theresa Jasset RN, MSM, CNOR, and Mary Kennedy RN, MS for their contributions to the recent TIGER Leadership Collaborative Report.
Mark Sugrue, one of NENIC’s national representatives, Chair of the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Committee, and new CNIO of Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, has authored the article Technology, Transformation, and the Nursing Workforce in the November 2013 issue of American Nurse Today.
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Coming Soon--ENCORE CE!
Coming soon will be independent study modules developed from our annual Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective. The research, wisdom, and insights, provided by lectures from leading Nurse Informaticians, will be made available for CE credits.
The Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI) advances nursing informatics leadership, practice, education, policy and research through a unified voice of nursing informatics organizations. ANI is a collaboration of organizations that represents nurse informaticists and brings together nursing informatics groups globally. ANI crosses academia, practice, industry, and nursing specialty boundaries.
The ANI Pledge to Support Consumer eHealth!