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2013 HIT CNE Webinar Series
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Task force presented by Texas Nurses Association and Texas Organization for Nurse Executives

 

Committee  Members

  • Mari Tietze, PhD, RN, BC, FHIMSS, co-chair
  • Nancy Crider, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, co-chair
  • Mary Anne Hanley, PhD, RN
  • Susan McBride, PhD, RN
  • Molly McNamara, MHA, BSN, RN
  • Mary Beth Mitchell, MSN, RN, BC
  • Ellarene Duis Sanders, PhD, RN, NEA-BC
  • Elizabeth Sjoberg, JD, RN
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Webinar 1
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Mari Tietze
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Donna  Montgomery

February 28, 2013

Nursing Solutions for Common Health IT Challenges

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Presented by

  • Mari Tietze, PhD, RN, BC, FHIMSS
  • Donna Montgomery, BSN, MBA, RN-BC.

When it comes to health information technology, Dr. Tietze’s credentials run long and deep: Board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in informatics nursing, Fellow of the Healthcare Information Management System Society, and associate professor at Texas Woman’s University, College of Nursing – Dallas Center. Dr. Tietze has experience to match. She has taught nursing and informatics, implemented clinical computer systems, and in her role as director of Nursing Research and Informatics for the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council – Education and Research Foundation, she deployed a three-year technology implementation project on behalf of an awarded National Institute of Health grant funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Donna Montgomery is currently system director of Nursing and Patient Care Informatics for the Baylor Health Care System. In that role, she is responsible for providing leadership, consultation and coordination of clinical informatics processes and integration with system-wide clinical information technology strategies. She also provides oversight across the Baylor system of the clinical informatics teams that implement the electronic information systems that support delivery of patient care. Montgomery is board certified in nursing informatics, has held many nursing leadership roles in oncology administration, patient safety, quality and informatics.

 

Webinar 2
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Susan McBride
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Susan H. Fenton

March 28 – Transforming Digital Data into Useful Information

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Presented by a panel of HIT experts: 

  • Susan McBride, PhD, RN
  • Susan Fenton, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA
  • Marisa Valdes, MSN, RN, CPHQ
  • Richard Gilder, MS, RN-BC.
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Marisa Valdes
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Richard Gilder
  • Explain the national agenda for meaningful use of electronic data to drive down the cost and improve quality in the US.
  • Discuss levels of measurement (categorical, continuous scale, or ordinal) and their relationship to importance for correctly analyzing (i.e. “deriving meaningful use from”) health care data.
  • Describe the challenges of utilizing data from the clinical setting and outline specific steps to address those challenges.
  • Describe a specific example of a metric used in a dynamic feedback loop that demonstrates the challenges of transforming data derived from the clinical setting.

 

Webinar 3
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Mary Beth Mitchell
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Donna Montgomery

April 25, 2013

Optimizing Communications with Information Technology: Creating the Environment Conducive to True Progress

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Presented by

  • Mary Beth Mitchell, MSN, RN, BC
  • Donna Montgomery, BSN, MBA, RN-BC.

The purpose of this education activity is to enhance the knowledge base of registered nurses in the area of promoting constructive communication between the RN and IT development team in an effort to decrease barriers and support patient safety and quality initiatives as evidenced by the development of facility-level outcome measurements that evaluate IT project success.

Mary Beth Mitchell is currently chief nursing information officer for Texas Health Resources and oversees for THR the nursing adoption, utilization and optimization of the electronic health record (EHR). At one time an ICU RN, Mitchell has worked in nursing informatics at the hospital level for more than 10 years.  She is a frequently sought after presenter on nursing’s use of the EHR, as well as professional practice in nursing informatics.

Donna Montgomery is currently system director of Nursing and Patient Care Informatics for the Baylor Health Care System. In that role, she is responsible for providing leadership, consultation and coordination of clinical informatics processes and integration with system-wide clinical information technology strategies. She also provides oversight across the Baylor system of the clinical informatics teams that implement the electronic information systems that support delivery of patient care. Montgomery is board certified in nursing informatics, has held many nursing leadership roles in oncology administration, patient safety, quality and informatics.

 

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