Judy Murphy

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    If you have'nt heard: "In a huge validation for nursing informatics, and a historic career shift for her as well, Judy Murphy, former vice president of electronic health-records applications for 12-hospital Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, is now in Washington serving as the deputy national coordinator for programs and policy."

    Read more: http://www.modernhealthcare.com/arti...NVhrWUpiU3A%3D













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    That's great but is a job in nursing informatics sustainable? Are you working in the field? From what I've read it sounds like it will be a short term gig for a lot of nurses on a contract basis and after it is over they will end up needed a lot less regular staff. Am I wrong on this? Curious re your opinion and what you've seen in this field?
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    Quote from rninformatics
    If you have'nt heard: "In a huge validation for nursing informatics, and a historic career shift for her as well, Judy Murphy, former vice president of electronic health-records applications for 12-hospital Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, is now in Washington serving as the deputy national coordinator for programs and policy."

    Read more: http://www.modernhealthcare.com/arti...NVhrWUpiU3A%3D


    It is great that the leader of the ONC is recognizing that nurses have a stake in IT and has called one of our own to the table. Congratulations to Ms. Murphy. Her appointment should elevate the status and recognition of nursing informatics and give credence to those who enter nursing informatics that this area of practice is indeed valid and necessary.
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    "Sustainable" Myself and several thousand have been practicing in the specialty for over 20 years. "Contract basis" doing what?


    Quote from brandy1017
    That's great but is a job in nursing informatics sustainable? Are you working in the field? From what I've read it sounds like it will be a short term gig for a lot of nurses on a contract basis and after it is over they will end up needed a lot less regular staff. Am I wrong on this? Curious re your opinion and what you've seen in this field?


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