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Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS, RN, PMP

Shelli-Ann Jackson offers 18+ years of healthcare expertise, currently serving as Digital Marketing Specialist at ROI. Since 2000, she has been fortunate to work in quality healthcare and IT roles. She is a dedicated RN with a proven record of high performance in nursing leadership, informatics, training, full cycle clinical and non-clinical system implementation, and project management. As a Thought Leader for ROI, within Healthcare IT Services, she offers unique perspective that bridges the knowledge gap between clinical, IT staff, and the community. A two- time graduate of Molloy College in NY, Shelli-Ann holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a Master of Science degree in Nursing Administration and Informatics.
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3 Simple Steps to Facilitate IoT Adoption in Healthcare

Oct 24, 2018 8:10:22 AM / by Shelli-Ann Jackson, MS, RN, PMP posted in EHR Adoption, IoT

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The future is unknown. Based on current trends, healthcare IT (HIT) experts can only speculate, at best. The need to continuously change is evident. Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 GA HIMSS Annual Conference, in Atlanta, Georgia. It was interesting to hear the various perspectives on how HIT leaders manage day to day issues; how CIO’s build their enterprise by incorporating advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data; and how collaborative vendor and interpersonal relationships with employees influence the process. So, where are we today?

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