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FOGI: One Idea at a Time: Fixing the World Through Innovation and Documentation with Hiyam Nadel MBA, RN, Director of the Center for Innovations in Care Delivery at Massachusetts General Hospital

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FOGI: One Idea at a Time: Fixing the World Through Innovation and Documentation with Hiyam Nadel MBA, RN, Director of the Center for Innovations in Care Delivery at Massachusetts General Hospital

September 7, 2022

FOGI: One Idea at a Time: Fixing the World Through Innovation and Documentation with Hiyam Nadel MBA, RN, Director of the Center for Innovations in Care Delivery at Massachusetts General Hospital

Informatics, documentation, and innovation go hand in hand.

In this episode of the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern talks with Hiyam Nadel, director of the Center of Innovations in Care Delivery at Mass General Hospital, about innovation and how nurses should think of themselves as innovators who can identify the pain points they’re experiencing and coming up with their solutions. Hiyam explains nurse informaticists’ role as the bridge between technology and innovation and the many opportunities that informatics brings in innovation. She talks about the importance of team collaboration to innovate, as opposed to working in silos, a common healthcare practice. At the Center of Innovation, Hiyam and the team mentor innovators and guide them through their process without placing any parameters, giving creative freedom to flow. She encourages nurses to start somewhere by solving problems and building credibility for themselves. Likewise, she urges employers to pay attention to possible innovative solutions their employees might come up with.

Tune in to listen about why it’s essential to remind nurses that they are also innovators!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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