Become a member to access the video recordings of these NENIC education program offerings. Peruse the following sections: Leadership, Implementation, Research, Quality, Other.

 

Description
Speaker Access

Leadership     

The New Nursing Informatics Scope and Standards of Practice (2015)

Dr. Parker introduces the 2015 Nursing Informatics Scope and Standard of Practice to NENIC membership. 

Cheryl D. Parker, PhD, RN-BC, FHIMSS Members Only

Trends in Clinical Informatics (2014)

Ms. Johnson describes the clinical informaticist role, a role based behavioral profile, and a governance structure and framework for empowering patients and clinicians through healthcare IT.

 

 Liz Johnson, MS, FCHIME, FHIMSS, CPHIMS, RN-BC

Revolutionizing and Innovating leaders [TIGER Report] (2014)

Ms. Bell discusses how innovative nurse leaders are knowledgeable about how information technology can help redesign practices and processes so that they are standardized, evidence-based, and results can be mined to provide cost-effective outcomes.  Enjoy this summary of best practices.

Beverly Bell RN, BS, MHA, CPHIMS, FHIMSS

Implementation

On to Clinical Optimization after your EHR Implementation (2015)

Ms. Pollack, discusses UCLA Medical Center's governance model for approving and prioritizing clinical optimization initiatives and a method for allocating optimization resources  after an EHR implementation.

Ellen Pollack MSN, RN-BC Members Only 

 

 

Boston Medical Center: An EPIC Big Bang (2014)

Geralyn Saunders, BMC's CNIO, and the informatics leadership  team describe their implementation process and lessons learned from the implementation of an EHR.

Geralyn Saunders MSN, RN
Cathy McDonough McGrath MS, RN
Renee Rolfe MSN, RN, CNL

mHealth for Vulnerable Populations (2013)

Dr. Abbott discusses her Mobile Heath (mHealth) research in Central America. She describes how technology is used to improve personal health using low cost, available technology.
Patricia A. Abbott PhD, RN, FAAN

Analytics and Decision Support

Driving Analytics to the Point of Care

On April 12, 2017 Mr. Mark Sugrue MSN, RN-BC, FHIMSS, CPHIMS the CNIO at UMass Memorial Medical Center presented "Driving Analytics to the Point of Care". The program described the following: 1) cognitive computing as a method for enabling decision making at the point of care , 2) the importance of capturing health and care data in a structured way to achieve clinical outcomes measurement and 3) natural language processing and the future role in nursing documentation . 

 

Mark Sugrue MSN, RN-BC, FHIMSS, CPHIMS,  CNIO,  UMass Memorial Medical Center 

 

2016 Nursing Clinical Decision Support: Governance,Life Cycle and Implementation at the Bedside.

On November 3, 2016 NENIC invited Denise Goldsmith MS, MPH, RN, FAAN and Karen Bavuso MSN, RN  to describe  Nursing Clinical Decision Support (CDS): Governance,Life Cycle and Implementation at the Bedside.  The  program provided an overview of the implementation of Nursing Clinical Decision Support (CDS) in the Electronic Health Record (EHR). CDS governance structure, processes, and lifecycle, as well as the communication, roll out strategy and the impact of nursing CDS at the bedside were presented

 

Denise Goldsmith MS, MPH, RN, FAAN - CNIO Brigham and Women's Hospital 

Karen Bavuso MSN, RN - Partners, Knowledge Management Team Leader

 

Research

What’s New In Nursing Informatics Research (2012-2013)

Dr. Dykes provides an overview of current nursing informatics research and its application to current practice.

Patricia Dykes PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI Members Only

What’s New in Nursing Informatics Research (2013-2014)

Dr. Dykes and Dr. Collins provide an overview of current nursing informatics research and its application to current practice.

Patricia Dykes PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI
Sarah Collins PhD, RN

What’s New in Nursing Informatics Research (2013-2014

Dr. Dykes and Dr. Collins provide an overview of current nursing informatics research and its application to current practice.

Patricia Dykes PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI
Sarah Collins PhD, RN

What’s New in Nursing Informatics Research (2015-2016)

Dr. Dykes and Dr. Collins provide an overview of current nursing informatics research and its application to current practice.

Patricia Dykes PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI
Sarah Collins PhD, RN

Quality

The Genomic Evidence to Improve Quality

Dr. McCormick a senior practitioner, researcher, and policy executive in health informatics, bioinformatic and gerontology, spoke about Genomics. She has worked for the last 17 years in industry to support the NIH, DOD, CDC in genetics, genomics and bioinformatics.

Kathleen McCormick PhD, RN, FACMI, FAAN, FHIMSS

Members Only
E.H.R’s, Interoperability and Quality Reporting (2013)

Dr. Warren describes the relationship between informatics standards, care documentation, quality reporting, and evidence-based nursing practice. She synthesizes these elements into the components of a knowledge model for Nursing Informatics.

Judith Warren PhD, RN-BC, FAAN, FACMI

Members Only

We Save Lives: Nursing Informatics Impact on Quality and Safety (2015)p>

Ms. Mitchell discusses her role as CNIO at Texas Health Resources. She also discusses unintended consequences of implementing an EHR, and how informatics improves  safety and quality care.

She also describes the way Texas Health Resources used the EHR to better manage detection of Ebola patients by redesigning their Emerging Disease Screening Tool.  

Mary Beth Mitchell MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS

Other     

Big Date: Implications for Nursing

Dr. Westra discuses as it is used in nursing, health care, and other sciences. She explores the sources of nursing big data and the potential it has for patient care research.

Bonnie Westra PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI

Associate Professor, University of Minnesota; Director, Center of Clinical Informatics 

 

Open Access

The Internet of Healthy Things

Dr. Joseph Kvedar discusses how the Internet is transforming health care, consumer behavior and personal health. 

Joseph Kvedar MD

 
Using Simulation to Educate Interprofessional Teams in Oral Systemic Health

Dr. Maria Dolce, Dr. Mylott, and Dr. Usler discussed  experiential education, simulation, clinical informatics, interprofessional collaborative practice and advanced clinical practice.

Maria Dolce PhD, RN, CNE, NEA-BC, FACHE
Laura Mylott RN, PhD, ANP BC
Jaime Usler LPD, ATC

 
Health IT and Patient Safety: Implications of the Recent IOM Report
Dr. Bates describes the IOM report Health IT and Patient Safety: Building Safer Systems for Better Care. This IOM report builds on previously published reports and explores the role healthcare IT plays in safe patient care delivery. Click here for audio.
David W. Bates MD, M.Sc
A Reflection on Informatics in the 21st century by Florence Nightingale  Kathy Duckett RN, BSN