Pam Baker, RN, MSN, PCNS-BC

Pam Baker, RN, MSN, PCNS-BC

Chief Nursing Informatics Officer


As Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Baker serves as the strategic liaison for health information technology efforts across the organization, representing nursing and clinician needs. She develops clinical systems strategies to meet clinical and operational needs in collaboration with other senior nursing/clinical and medical informatics and operational leaders. Baker develops the vision for nursing/clinical informatics, develops application implementation strategies, and leverages technology integration for clinicians to improve patient outcomes and operational excellence.

Undergraduate School

BSN: University of Akron, Akron, OH

Graduate School

MSN: Kent State University, Kent, OH

Board Certifications

American Nurses Credentialing Center
Advanced Practice Pediatrics

Associations

American Organization of Nurse Executives
Ohio Organization of Nurse Executives
Society of Pediatric Nursing
Ohio Society of Pediatric Nursing
Ohio Nursing Association
Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Omega Chapter Honor Society of Nursing

Publications

Comparison of Temporal Artery to Rectal Temperature Measurements in Children Up to 24 Months published in Journal of Pediatric Nursing, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 22 January 2010; Authors: Elizabeth A. Carr, Michele L. Wilmoth, Aris Beoglos Eliades, Pamela J. Baker, Debra Shelestak, Kay L. Heisroth, and Kathryn H. Stoner

Initiation and evaluation of an admission, discharge, transfer (ADT) nursing program in a pediatric setting published in Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 31:61-70, 2008 Authors: Lisa Aurilio, Pamela J. Baker, Beth Brienza, Martha Giangulio, and Nicole Twinem.


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