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Facilitators

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TIGER Leadership Development - Facilitators

 

Judy Murphy, RN, FACMI, FHIMSS

Vice President, Information Services

Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, WI

 

For 20 years Judy Murphy has held national prominence as a Health Information Systems executive, leader in the nursing informatics community, and much-sought after speaker for health informatics conferences. She is Vice President, Information Services at Aurora Health Care, a large integrated delivery network in Wisconsin, with 14 hospitals and 26,000 employees. Ms. Murphy oversees all application software supporting clinical and business operations, and is project executive for Aurora’s Electronic Health Record initiative.

 

She has published and lectured nationally and internationally on implementation methodologies, automated clinical documentation, and the use of technology to support evidence-based practice.

 

Ms. Murphy is on the American Medical Informatics Association Board of Directors and the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association Editorial Board. She is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Informatics and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, and was the recipient of the 2006 HIMSS Nursing Informatics Leadership Award.

 

Judy was recently recognized in the November Cover Story of HealthLeaders Magazine as One of 20 People who Make Healthcare Better!  See the excerpt below and the full text article at:  http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/viewfeature/201034.html

 

Judy Murphy, IT leader

 

Judy Murphy symbolizes the perseverance needed by clinical IT advocates. Trained as a nurse, Murphy serves as vice president of information services at Milwaukee's Aurora Health Care, a 14-hospital health system that began its EMR odyssey nearly a decade ago. In addition to barcoded patient wristbands, Aurora has implemented systems that handle results reporting, nursing documentation and medication administration across all 14 hospitals. The system is making headway on computerized physician order entry, which is live in two hospitals. An employed group of 680 physicians rely on an integrated electronic chart. And Aurora is eyeing an EMR for its affiliated physicians. Logging 12-hour days is routine for Murphy, a down-to-earth manager who exudes enthusiasm over IT's potential. "This journey has taken longer than anyone expected," she says. "But we really can make a difference in patient care with automation." A well-known speaker at IT trade shows, Murphy has spread that message throughout the industry. "I feel committed to my colleagues doing the same kind of work," she explains. "This work is way too hard to do it from scratch." Murphy cites improved patient care as her second big motivator. Her mantra: The industry needs to remove the "mystique" around clinical and financial documentation that clouds the patient experience. "When a patient checks in, they need to know what is covered. The computer is an enabler to demystify the patient experience."

 

—Gary Baldwin

 

Dana Alexander, RN, MSN, MBA

Chief Nurse Officer

GE Healthcare Integrated IT Solutions (GEHC IITS)

 

Dana Alexander brings more than 20 years of healthcare system and CNO/CEO experience to GE Healthcare Integrated IT Solutions. As Chief Nurse Officer, she guides nursing strategy across all GE Healthcare IIT businesses, establishes relationships with nursing executive customers, and leverages both professional nursing practice knowledge and health system operational experience to develop strategic planning initiatives and redesign business processes.

 

Ms. Alexander holds a master’s degree in business from the University of Colorado, a master’s degree in nursing in the Nurse Practitioner Program from the University of Texas, and bachelor’s of science in Nursing from Indiana University.

 

She is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) and holds an appointed position on the HIMSS National Nursing Committee, in addition to many other nursing and industry professional affiliations.

 

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