The Nursing Informatics Community webinar archive provides a series of informational sessions which targets vital industry topics and emerging trends related to health information technology and the informatics community.
Nursing Informatics Task Force Series
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2015 Nursing Informatics Session Recordings
This webinar will identify organization benefits of a centralized control process for EHR optimization, define the Phase Gate process and lean methodologies for change management and consider approaches to sustaining a chance management process.
This session provides an overview of HIMSS15 and describes the Nursing Informatics “Views from the Top” sessions and how presenting at HIMSS Annual Conference promotes professional development along with the National Patient Safety Partnership education session.
In honor of National Nurses Week, this presentation discusses key factors contributing to the growth of the NI specialty, identifies benefits of the NI role and highlights key survey findings relevant to the informatics nurse.
In honor of National Nurses Week, Susan Newbold, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN, FHIMSS, CHTS-CP will identify the work of innovators and leaders whose work contributed significantly to the development of nursing informatics.
This presentation identifies the known genetic and genomic influences across the continuum of care and discusses the implications it brings for information technology in the electronic health record.
This presentation will define big data principles, explore barriers and challenges and discuss recommendations for using big data in nursing
This presentation will promote better understanding of nursing informatics as a formal, cross-disciplinary clinical/IT specialty, describe progress on a large scale implementation of EPRs in a large acute teaching hospital and raise awareness of difficulties in implementing large-scale EPRs and the nursing role in clinical engagement and widespread adoption of EPRSs
2014 Nursing Informatics Session Recordings
This webinar focuses on factors contributing to the growth of the nursing informatics specialty, highlight key findings from the 2014 Nursing Informatics Workforce Survey.
This webinar will discus the dynamics involved in the rapid cycle change as it relates to Infectious Disease screening, review the approach Texas Health Resources used to address infectious disease screening and notification for staff and discuss the iterative process and interdisciplinary collaboration necessary to create appropriate screening tools.
This webinar will highlight key revisions in the 2015 edition and provide rational for content as well as the nursing informatics standards of practice and professional performance.
This webinar describes the history of retail health clinics, discusses retail clinics' early adoption of health care technology and forecasts the future trajectory of informatics in retail health clinics.
This webinar will identify key takeaways of National Health IT Week 2014, discuss policy summit speaker highlights and review Congressional asks and Hill visits.
This webinar describes PGHD, identifies how it aligns with Meaningful Use objectives and examines how PGHD is being used for data capture, transfer, exchange and review and shared decision making.
This webinar describes the OPENPediatrics knowledge exchange platform, discusses how to leverage technology for interprofessional education and teamwork globally and provides exemplars of global collaboration through technology.
In this presentation, Renee Rookwood, MS, BSN, RN, Beth Halley, RN, MBA, FHIMSS and Sharon Sebastian, MS, RN-BC, PMP, CPHIMS present Open Source Presentation Part I: Electronic Clinical Quality Measures and describe open source tools and resources for electronic specification, testing and certification of clinical quality measures
In this presentation, Winifred Quinn, PhD, Co-Director, Center to Champion Nursing in America presents The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action and provides an update regarding the status and successes of the campaign, informs the audience on its current focus in leveraging nursing leadership and discusses opportunities for further engagement.
In honor of National Nurses Week, this webinar discusses the work of innovators and leaders whose work contributed significantly to the development of nursing informatics.
An overview of the HIMSS Fiscal Year 2015 planning process and insights from the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Committee on proposed FY15 activities.
This webinar discusses Bar Coded Medication Administration (BCMA) and the safety benefits of implementation, describes the IV pump implementation process at Boston Children's Hospital and identify the clinical decision making process and clinical implications for pump library build.
This webinar identifies infrastructure and workforce barriers in rural health and discusses how the Mayborough District Health Service utilized clinical informatics to improve, adapt and overcome these challenges.
The poster will describe how a perioperative nursing language supports quality metrics and patient safety.
Learn how the DoD is incorporating a patient-centered provision focus, and how analytics can be used with ACOs and PCMHs to determine what metrics are important for measuring and monitoring.
In this session, learn how to implement nursing-specific information into an EMR or healthcare information system with the HL7 InfoButton and achieve meaningful use objectives.
2013 Nursing Informatics Session Recordings
Identify how healthcare providers and patients defined PGHD.
This webinar focuses on the current landscape of the LTPAC market, opportunities LTPAC provides to impact health care reform and key roles for nurse informaticists in LTPAC.
An overview of the informatics of PSOs: Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Act, Patient Safety Organizations, AHRQ, and Common Formats
Deepening comprehension of the core components of SNOMED CT, and the relationships between SNOMED CT and other ANA recognized nursing terminologies.
An overview of the MEDCOM Clinical Informatics Comprehensive Workforce Developement Approach and the Clinical Informatics Workforce Development Project, and outcomes.