Lynn Hollar

Director, Clinical Informatics, Ascension
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Hollar

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      Lori Dunivan, MS, BSN, RN

      Lori Dunivan is Vice President, Regional Nursing Informatics Officer (rNIO) at Northern Light Health (NLH) in Brewer, Maine.  Her responsibilities include strategic oversight for clinical informatics at Mercy Hospital , an acute care, non-profit hospital, sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Inland Hospital, a 48-bed hospital founded by group of osteopathic physicians, Sebasticook Valley Hospital and CA Dean Hospital, two of Northern Light Health’s Critical Access hospitals and Acadia Hospital, NLH’s free-standing  psychiatric hospital.  Lori also provides executive oversight for the implementation of new EHR tools and solutions across the system.  Ensuring adoption and performance of best practice workflows following the implementation of new technology is a top priority for Lori and her fellow Regional NIOs as they recognize the importance of increasing time at the bedside to improve patient outcomes.  Lori has a passionate for cultural transformation, large-scale change management, promoting positive patient outcomes.

      Lori has a twenty-nine year career within HLH, with her clinical experience as a pediatric/pediatric intensive care nurse at Eastern Maine Medical Center (EMMC).  Since leaving the bedside she served as EMMC’s nurse recruiter, has project management experience implementing clinical informatics solutions, was an internal senior consultant leading large scale change management projects and led clinical and non-clinical education at Acadia Hospital.  She received her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Maine, her master’s in organizational development from Capella University and completed her Six Sigma Black Belt from Villanova University.

      Bio posted September 2020
      Dunivan

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          Genemarie McGee

          Corporate VP and System CNO, Sentara Healthcare
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          McGee

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              Candice Larson, MSN, RN-BC, ITILv3

              CNIO, HonorHealth
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              Larson

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                  Amy Rosa, DNP, MSMI, RN

                  VP and CNIO, SCL Health
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                  Rosa

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                      Susan Stafford, DNP, MBA, MPA, RN-BC, NEA-BC

                      Assistant Professor of Nursing-Clinical, Department of Graduate Studies

                      Dr. Susan Stafford brings to the Cizik School of Nursing at The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston several years of  nursing, leadership and informatics experience. She has 35 years of nursing practice, nursing informatics and extensive leadership experience.  Dr. Stafford holds two ANCC board certifications as an Informatics Nurse and Nurse Executive Advanced. She has experience as a nurse executive with large academic health systems, and a commercial electronic health record company. Her clinical background includes neonatal intensive care, pediatric intensive care, acute pediatric care nursing, as well as school nursing.

                      Dr. Stafford received her BSN from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. She earned an MBA from the University of Phoenix, and a MPA from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Dr. Stafford earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice in executive leadership from Cizik School of Nursing at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). She is currently an Assistant Professor, Clinical in the Graduate Studies Department.

                      She and her husband and have four children,  10 grandchildren, our dog Nellie and our cat Reecie. Two of our children are military veterans, both having served in Iraq and Kuwait. Our son-in-law is a Captain in the US Army and currently   deployed to South Korea. I enjoy the country and anything outdoors.

                      Bio posted September 2020
                      Stafford

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                          Nicole Gitney, MS, RN

                          Nicole is the Director of Nursing Informatics for BayCare Health System. Ms. Gitney achieved her Bachelors of Science from the University of South Florida and attained her Masters in Healthcare Informatics from Walden University. In 2008, she was selected as a nurse leader to develop the Cerner EMR for BayCare Health System. Nicole has since then specialized in design, workflow, implementation, and optimization of clinical technology systems. Not only has she focused on EMR implementations, she has experience with the implementations of a myriad of programs related to clinical practice, including rounding software, patient engagement and education tools, infusion management integration, nurse call systems and mobile platforms for clinical communication and documentation. Throughout her career, Nicole has worked with individual departments and nurse leaders to create innovative ways to utilize technology in the clinical setting. This has included encouraging data driven decision making, utilizing evidence based practice and encouraging standardization across departments as well as the health care system.

                          Bio posted September 2020

                              Danyale Davis, BSN, RN, PCCN, BRMP

                              Sentara Tenure: 15 years of service
                              Business Partners:  Sentara Nursing, Women’s Health, Behavioral Health & Emergency Service Lines

                              Career Experience Highlights

                              • 2005 – Joined Sentara Healthcare. Since then, professional experience includes 7-½ years Clinical Management experience in addition to 6 years bedside nursing experience. Gained early Operational/IT engagement experience through a variety of opportunities: Super User support for Sentara Epic Go Live; Operational Site Lead for Striking Out Sepsis Campaign; and supported ongoing improvement of patient outcomes and nursing/system processes by serving as chair to several hospital based committees and the system-wide Intermediate Care Practice forum which.
                              • 2015 – Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Society – Helen Henry Excellence of Care Award co-recipient
                              • 2015 to 2016 – System wide API Staff Scheduling Project Site Lead & Facility Site Administer. Post rollout- Key Contributor Award Recipient
                              • 2016 – Sentara CEO Award recipient- Team Patient Safety-Quality category
                              • 2018 – Joined Sentara IT Business Relationship Management (BRM) team
                              • 2018 to Present – Nursing Informatics Representative on System Nurse Executive Council (NEC)
                              • 2019 to Present – Executive Sponsor for Nursing Advisory Council (NAC)

                              Education and Certification

                              • Bachelors in the Science of Nursing, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
                              • Registered Nurse – active license with Virginia Board of Nursing
                              • AACN® Progressive Care Certified Nurse (PCCN)
                              • BRMP® – Business Relationship Management Prepared Certification
                              Bio posted September 2020

                                  Nancy Yates, MS, RN RN-BC

                                  Nancy Yates, MS RN, RN-BC is the Vice President & Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO) for Centura Health in Denver Colorado. Nancy partners with stakeholders to leverage technology in Centura’s health care practices to optimize workflows for our nursing and ancillary clinical areas. She leads the clinical informatics and training teams to help meet the safety, quality, efficiency and clinician-facing goals for Centura Health.

                                  After earning her BS in Nursing at Montana State University, Nancy began her career at St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings, Mont. She served progressive roles in cardiac care, labor and delivery, pediatrics and PICU before moving to informatics. In 2003, she earned her MSN with a minor in clinical systems management. This led her on a journey to improve patient care as she increasingly acquired roles involving executive leadership with a focus on informatics. She served as a CNO, Epic expert and as Group Vice President of Nursing Informatics at Providence St. Joseph Health in Renton, WA before joining Centura Health in 2019.

                                  Bio posted September 2020
                                  Yates

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                                      Trish Gallagher, RN, MSHS

                                      Sr. Director, Clinical Products, Ascension
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                                      Gallagher

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