I actually have 20 plus years in business at the executive level with extensive experience in process development, software development, and hardware development, as well as capital management, ect. I am a new grad BSN student now (sold last company (tech company) and could not work in industry for 5 years) and believe that, in some respects, the cart is pulling the pony in regards to the process interaction between the nursing process, daily activities and the current development of the EMR software. I am also interested in new technology and a few of the obvious things about nursing informatics. I'll graduate with a BSN, a minor in healthcare management and a finance minor. I could get an MBA in a year...but that would not really help me out much in terms of experience vs degree honestly.
Obviously I don't know what I don't know which is the main reason I am going forward with a Masters degree. ANd, back to the previous question, looking at both Duke and CU to obtain that.