A Message from Our President

  

Trends in Clinical Informatics: A Nursing Perspective scheduled for 4/24/2020 - CancelledFor more information, click here.

The NENIC March 2020 Education and Networking lecture, Designing a mobile application to increase health care engagement among a vulnerable and underserved populationpresented by Dr. Holly Fontenot PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, FAAN. This encore presentation is a Members Only  benefit is available to members in the Members Only section of our website - [Scroll down to the Research/ Development section]

We are proud to extend complimentary registration toThe AMIA 2020 Virtual Informatics Summit  and it is open for registration. The Summit takes place March 23-26, the originally scheduled dates of the live meeting, from 11:00 a.m.– 5:30 p.m. EDT. This Virtual Summit is in GoToWebinar format and an open opportunity for anyone. There is no cost to register.

We are always scanning the literature, like the one below,  and speaking with each other about resources. We will typically place them in the "Latest News" section on our web page. 

J Jeffery Reeves, MD, Hannah M Hollandsworth, MD, Francesca J Torriani, MD, Randy Taplitz, MD, Shira Abeles, MD, Ming Tai-Seale, PhD, MPH, Marlene Millen, MD, Brian J Clay, MD, Christopher A Longhurst, MD, Rapid Response to COVID-19: Health Informatics Support for Outbreak Management in an Academic Health SystemJournal of the American Medical Informatics Association, , ocaa037, https://doi.org/10.1093/jamia/ocaa037

The New England Nursing Informatics Consortium is a community. We work to support our members educationally, operationally and continue to transform patient care though informatics.  We understand the profound impact this virus is having on our communities and are working to bring good information to you that transcends organizational and solution provider boundaries. 

On a personal note, we are with you.  Fred Rogers said “When I …. would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people helping’”. It is a privilege to serve dedicated, helping professionals striving to improve patient care.

Best Wishes,     

Diane Menasco MSHI, BSN, RN, CPHIMS ( NENIC President) 

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Messages from the President (Past) 

 

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NENIC Membership Spotlight 

 This spotlight showcases NENIC’s greatest resource—its members. Each profile highlights the diversity of experiences, skills, and knowledge of our membership: the student, the manager, and those at just the beginning of their careers.

Meet Diane Menasco MSHI, BSN, RN, CPHIMS, our current President ! Ms. Menasco is a certified nurse Informatician and holds a Master of Health Informatics from Northeastern University. She has broad experience in both clinical nursing as well as healthcare informatics.

Ms. Menasco is Director of Nursing Informatics at the North Shore Medical Center (NSMC), a Partners Healthcare affiliate.  She provides leadership in creating a framework for Nursing’s unequaled contribution to patient centered care; providing management of clinical system analysis throughout nursing; collaborates with multidisciplinary teams to identify improvement opportunities for clinical workflows, with emphasis on medication safety. In 2011, Menasco’s innovation lead her to establish a New England multidisciplinary group of nurses and pharmacists to safely share barcode medication data for the first time. Within a year, a method to share BCMA data for benchmarking across hospital systems was established, and hospitals from other regions joined the group.

 Menasco has been an active NENIC member for more than a decade and serves on the Planning Committee. In addition, Menasco sits on the Medical Informatics Advisory Board for Brandeis University Graduate Studies. Menasco actively serves as a mentor for nurses in nursing informatics. Professional Memberships include NENIC, HIMSS, Sigma Theta Tau International, ONL, and ANIA.

If you would like to propose we profile a member, please contact  Director of Marketing and Communication or Director of Membership/Recruiting.

For past member spotlights, click here.