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HIMSS honors Elsevier nurse with informatics award

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society honored Michelle Troseth, MSN, RN, DPNAP, FAAN, chief professional practice officer of Elsevier Clinical Solutions, with its Nursing Informatics Leadership Award at the society’s annual conference April 12 in Chicago, according to a news release.

Troseth has more than 25 years of experience co-designing and implementing evidence-based practice and technology infrastructures to support patient-centered care and interprofessional integration at the point of care, and has been at the forefront of nursing informatics innovation, according to the release. “Michelle is an exceptional nurse leader, and through her work, she has made significant contributions to advancing nursing practice through evidence and informatics,” Joyce Sensmeier, MS, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, FAAN, vice president of informatics, HIMSS, said in the release. Troseth is co-chair of the HIMSS Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform Committee.

She served as the TIGER Summit Program chairwoman and co-led a national collaborative on Usability and Clinical Application Design. Troseth has been an active member of TIGER since 2005, and was instrumental in guiding the TIGER transition into HIMSS. She is a member of the HIMSS Nursing Informatics Community, has provided presentations on polarity management and has served as a participant in the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase.

Troseth chairs the informatics and technology expert panel of the American Academy of Nursing and is president-elect for the National Academies of Practice, which promotes excellence in practice of healthcare professionals and quality healthcare for all through interprofessional collaboration in service delivery, research, education and public policy advocacy, according to the release.

“We are extremely proud of Michelle and her many achievements here at Elsevier and throughout the healthcare informatics community,” Jay Katzen, president of Elsevier Clinical Solutions, said in the release. “Michelle leads our efforts to help the hospitals and health systems we serve improve their care quality and coordination. She is deeply involved with our teams and customers as they work towards improving their interprofessional integration efforts.”

Through Troseth’s work at Elsevier, a leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, Elsevier’s CPM Framework and Model has been implemented in more than 300 hospitals across the U.S. and Canada, according to the release.

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