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HIMSS: 60% of Execs Say Informatics Nurses Have High Impact on Quality
HealthLeaders Media

Informatics nurses are increasingly recognized as valuable assets to healthcare organizations according to data from HIMSS2015 Impact of the Informatics Nurse Survey. The results were released in conjunction with the nursing symposium at the 2015 HIMSS Annual Conference in Chicago this week.

Of the 576 respondents, which included C-level executives (one in five respondents said their organizations employ a chief nursing informatics officer), clinical analysts, and informatics nurses, 60% reported that informatics nurses have a “high degree” of impact on quality of care.