We are all pioneers in the world of informatics. Similar to the path left behind Louis and Clark, we are blazing the trail and clearing a path for all of those who follow us. I love being an advocate and resource to help with the dance clinicians face when trying to interact with humans and software. I feel honored to be a nurse and blessed to be in the field of informatics.
Jamie L Wolf MSHI, BSN, RN-BC
Senior Clinical Consultant, Clinical Adoption
As President-Elect I would work towards increasing membership and supporting ongoing collaboration between various organizations. I would like to see a greater footprint in our local area to further grow our collective knowledge base. In addition, expanding our diversity through the collaboration of other local chapters would be an exciting venture. I would like to explore creating a plan to increase member participation through continued education, journal submissions, and presentations.
I have been a member of ANIA since 2016 and have assisted with the coordination of local chapter symposiums throughout my time as a member. I have taught the Nursing Informatics Review Course for the National ANIA Program and supported colleague's certification through study groups. I have been certified in Nursing Informatics since 2014 and a member of HIMSS since 2012. I have presented on a variety of topics throughout the years at multiple conference including Epic UGM, Cerner CHC, and Magnetizing KC.
During my first 4 years as a floor nurse I participated as a subject matter expert for projects as they related to the electronic medical record. I would later joint the informatics team and specialize in case management, inpatient nursing, and inpatient rehab. During this time, I was nominated for Nurse Innovator of the Year and Nurse of the Year for March of Dimes. I would later move to work as a Clinical Consultant for Cerner where I remain today. I have assisted with the implementation of Cerner for a variety of clients with a specialization in behavioral health.