"Nursing informatics (NI) is the specialty that integrates nursing science with multiple information and analytical sciences to identify, define, manage and communicate data, information, knowledge and wisdom in nursing practice. For many people, NI, and health care informatics in general, are about technology. This is especially true of electronic health records (EHRs) that are required of all care facilities. That is just one among many aspects of nursing informatics, a distinctive practice specialty that is the focus of this new publication." (American Nurses Association, 2015)

Nursing Informatics (NI) Staff

Marna Flaherty-Robb, MSN, CNS, RN

Chief Nursing Information Officer

Pat Schmidt, MS, RN

Staff Specialist

Manages the program activities of the Nursing Informatics department. She represents the department at hospital committees and other activities ensuring partnerships with hospital-wide groups for systematic and programmatic developments.

Fadi Islim, RN

Clinical Business Analyst Sr

Works with MCIT/MiChart team and Nursing Services to integrate new enhancements within the EHR (MiChart) to improve Nurses ability to document at the bedside and improving overall workflow.

Melissa Manley, MS, RN

Clinical Business Analyst Sr

Leads and coordinate activities related to advancing the integration of CPM across all clinical disciplines. Coordinates and integrates new enhancements to documentation at the bedside to improve overall workflow.

Donna Wilson, RN

Clinical Business Analyst Sr

Works collaboratively with Anesthesiology, MCIT, and Nursing to coordinate and integrate new technology at the bedside while improving overall workflow. Provides in-depth analysis and solutions to improve bedside workflow.









Target Audience: All | Authors/Contacts: Kathy Dunnuck, Lainey Fioravanti, David Jerkins and Rhonda Schoville
Date of last review: November 2015 | Web Publisher for the Nursing Information website is Kathy Dunnuck