NewYork-Presbyterian names 1st chief nursing informatics officer

New York City-based NewYork-Presbyterian selected Rosemary Ventura, BSN, DNP, RN, to serve as its inaugural chief nursing informatics officer.

In the newly created role, Dr. Ventura will oversee and evaluate administrative and clinical software, EMRs, communication tools and all other technologies that support nursing workflow.

Most recently, she was director of nursing informatics at NewYork-Presbyterian. She came to NewYork-Presbyterian from LaGrangeville, N.Y.-based Health Quest, where she served as director of IT clinical services.

Dr. Ventura is certified in nursing informatics by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She also holds a master of arts degree in nursing informatics from New York University.

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