Nursing Informatics Symposium

Monday, March 9, 2020 | 8:30am - 4:30pm

Location: Room W311B
Cost: $350 (Early Bird) | $350 (Advance) | $400 (Standard) Additional Registration.

The Year of the Nurse: Honoring the Past, Enabling the Future

Nurses are integral to everything that's happening in health information and technology, both inside and outside the hospital. As we move through the continuum of care, informatics nurses are essential to guiding the best use of industry tools and resources. Explore the intersection of nursing practice with health information and technology. Hear from informatics experts on timely topics, including documentation burden, the impact of big data, innovative leadership and more.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe how to improve care outcomes by standardizing nursing knowledge information models
  • Outline the important steps for successful implementation and adoption of a clinical communications platform
  • Identify leadership tactics for reducing documentation burden

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Nursing Informatics Symposium Poster Sessions

Offered during the Nursing Informatics Symposium, these poster sessions will highlight the impact of nursing informatics from a variety of scientific, practical and topic oriented methodologies. Presenters will be on hand to interact with attendees throughout the symposium.  

To view poster sessions, registration to the Nursing Informatics Symposium is required. Posters will be on display on Monday, March 9 at 8:30am-4:30pm in Room W311B.

A National Nurse Identifier: Updates from the NKBD Workgroup
Whende Carroll, MSN, RN-BC
Founder, Nurse Evolution

A Network Initiative to Decrease Inappropriate Healthcare
Julie Tanhauser, RN BSN
Clinical Informatics Nurse, St. Luke's University Health Network

A Universal Model for Efficient, User-Centered EHR Training
Nurse Consultant (Informatics), National Institutes of Health
Kim Stevens, DNP, MSN, RN
Supervisor Nurse Consultant (Informatics), National Institutes of Health

Defining the Value of Nursing Informatics In Your Organization: You Can't Afford Not To!
ACNO Office of Nursing Informatics, Cleveland Clinic

In the New, Out with the Old: A collaborative approach to impact Nursing EHR Documentation
Jenny Horn, MHA, MSN, RN-BC
Regional Nurse Executive, Cerner

MyStrengths+MyHealth App: Improving Social Determinants Reporting across the Continuum of Care
Karen S. Martin, RN, MSN, FAAN
Health Care Consultant, Martin Associates
Robin Austin, PhD, DNP, DC, RN-BC
Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

The Nurse Informaticists Role in Change Management
Lisa Harrison, BSN, RN-BC
Nurse Informaticist, UCLA Health
Claire Jost, BSN, RN
Clinical Informaticist, SCL Health

Understanding the role of human caring science in technology acceptance
Nancy Beale, MSN, RN-BC

Virtual Assistant for Home Wound Care based on artificial intelligence
Amadeu Sa de Campos Filho
Dr., Federal University of Pernambuco
Geicianfran da Silva Lima
Catholic University

Creation of Nursing Competencies at the Department of Veterans Affairs
R. Clark Campbell, MSN, RN-BC, FHIMSS, CPHIMS
Informatics Nurse Specialist, Veterans Health Administration
Toni Phillips, MSN, RN-BC
Deputy Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Office of Nursing Informatics, Veterans Health Administration

What does Mobility look like for the 21st Century clinicians.
Anita, Wong, RN, BAS, MBA,
Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, HCA Healthcare
Timothy Condon, RN, BSN, MS
Division EHR Consultant, Clinical Informatic, HCA Healthcare

Eliminating Unnecessary Nursing Alert Interruptions
Chanda Ronk, BSN, RN-BC
Nurse Informatician, Geisinger
Andy Schmid, MHA, BA, RN
Program Director, Geisinger

Nursing Informatics Practice Applications and Innovations in Healthcare
Heather Carter-Templeton, PhD, RN-BC
Associate Professor, The University of Alabama
Lynda R. Hardy, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Professor, The Ohio State University

Teaching data visualization to nurses who dread the word “STATISTICS.”  PRECON CFP Submission
Eleanor Hunt, DNP, RN-BC, CNE
Program Chair, MSN Nursing Informatics, Western Governors University

Remove the Guess Work: Auto populate Inpatients Influenza Vaccine Eligibility
Kaysie Campbell Lloyd, RN, BSN
Clinical Informatics Analyst, Hartford HealthCare
Julie Michaelson
Director of Clinical Informatics, HartfordHealthCare