All of the ANIA video interviews are available as podcasts for download or streaming.
We now have seven interviews on the COVID-19 situation with nursing informatics leaders from across the country. Henry Ford Health System, Epic, Cerner, Texas Tech & UMC, Inova, join the interviews from Vanderbilt and UCSF. The interviews have been viewed over a 1000+ times already. At least two more will be available next week soContinue reading “ANIA’s Expert Interviews Grows!”
Thanks to Kelly Aldrich DNP, MS, RN-BC, Informatics Nurse Specialist, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer at Center for Medical Interoperability for this resource! Coronavirus (COVID-19) Partner Toolkit | CMS The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is taking action to protect the health and safety of our nation’s patients and providers in the wake of theContinue reading “CMS COVID-19 Partner Toolkit”
Thanks to Dr. Patty Sengstack at Vanderbilt for sharing links to to two new FAQs that have been posted on Joint Commission’s website. The first one addresses, “Documentation Challenges when Providing Care while Operating under an Emergency Operations Plan.” The second FAQ addresses the “Use of ASCs as Alternative Care Sites for Hospitals.” They areContinue reading “TJC’s FAQ Documents”
It has been my pleasure to interview nursing informatics leaders this week to help share their learnings and experiences around the COVID-19 pandemic. It has been so informative to hear the creative solutions are being implemented in the field! Please check out the videos at ANIA’s YouTube channel or you can download the podcasts. MoreContinue reading “Two New Interviews: UCSF & Cerner”
by Cheryl D. Parker, PhD, RN-BC, CNE – 2020 ANIA President: On Tuesday, 3/31/20 at 4:42 PM (CT), Dr. Patty Sengstack, my friend and colleague, reached out to me in my role as the 2020 President of the American Nursing Informatics Association. She asked for help in getting information about what they are doing atContinue reading “Rapid Response: Sharing Informatics Knowledge & Processes”