Office of Connected Care, Veterans and Consumer Health Informatics U.S. Departm
Kim Nazi is a senior Program and Management Analyst for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), working in the Veterans and Consumer Health Informatics Office within the Office of Connected Care of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).
Kim is a Board-Certified Healthcare Executive and a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). She holds a Masters degree in Strategic Communication from Seton Hall University and a PhD in Sociology with a specialization in Communication from SUNY Albany. Kim’s research interests include technology and personal health records, health communication, organizational sociology, and behavioral interventions. In September 2011, Kim represented the Blue Button team that was nominated for a Service to America Medal by the Partnership for Public Service. In May 2012, Kim was awarded the Warner Slack eHealth Award in recognition of outstanding contributions in helping to define and improve the field of eHealth. In 2018, she received the FedHealth 100 Award in recognition of her role in driving change and advancement in the federal health information technology. Kim is a frequent presenter on the topic of Personal Health Records and has authored multiple journal publications.