HIMSS Nursing Informatics - Siemens Healthineers Town Hall Series: Part 2 of 3
As the frontline of patient care, it is well understood that the nursing profession is integral to value-based care delivery. With a current labor shortage, looming generational shift and increasing complexity of patients, this important resource can be better empowered to transform care delivery to positively impact patient outcomes while decreasing organization’s costs. Despite knowledge of this, lack of administrative support and resources have been scarce.
In this three-part series, we will examine topics and supporting information in order to develop a comprehensive business case for digital solutions that empower nursing and enable the transformation of care delivery.
This second installment will explore the topic from a clinical perspective. Webinar objectives include:
1.Illustrating the clinical reasons why healthcare organizations should prioritize digital solutions for nursing operations to increase nurse engagement.
2. How an integrative approach that includes interoperability impacts patient care delivery.
3. Best practices in creating criteria for exploring and evaluating digital options available and how they align with your organizations goals.
This is the second of three nursing informatics town hall virtual events; the final town hall will be held in September. In the final installment, we will add to the business case with a financial argument.
Registration is complimentary.
Mark D. Sugrue, MSN, RN-BC, FHIMSS, CPHIMS, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer and ACNO, Professional Practice, UMass Medical Center
Kimberly Barry, BSN, MS, RN, CMAC, ACM-RN, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Care Coordination and Capacity, UMass Medical Center