Amy Nordo draws on her experience as a cardiac critical care nurse, clinical research coordinator, certified healthcare quality professional and clinical research informaticist. Amy has worked in a community hospital, an independent academic medical center, and world class academic medical institution. She is currently the Director of eSource Implementation for Pfizer, Inc. Amy’s focus throughout her career has been determining improvements that provide better patient centric care, whether that be developing a visualization for a complex hypoglycemia protocol, developing a transplant quality program or optimizing the use of the electronic health record for clinical research. Amy’s current focus is on clinical trials solutions, which includes eSource; specifically the secondary use of EHR data for clinical research. Amy is Co-Chair of HL7 Clinical Interoperability Council, AMIA’s Scientific Panel Committee, a TransCelerate member and reviewer for many professional journals. Amy received a Master in Management of Clinical Informatics from Duke University School of Medicine and plans to continue her studies in Clinical Research Informatics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
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