Lisa is currently the National Director of Healthcare Informatics at SAS. Lisa has supported healthcare informatics and analytics for many years, both in acute care settings and private sectors. She is working closely to support federal and state initiatives at SAS by refining and implementing analytic services from a clinical perspective. Lisa collaborates with NC Heath Information Exchange key stakeholders to identify new opportunities for innovative services and programs.
Also, Lisa serves as Faculty at the University of Mary Washington, teaching graduate-level Healthcare Technology and Informatics since 2015.
Most recently, Lisa worked as a Healthcare Executive at Cerner on the Investor Owned and Federal Segment. I was primarily working with VA and DoD on EHR conversion. Primary responsibilities in this role included building strong relationships with leaders at the client site to ensure technology supports evidence-based practice and system adoption.
Prior to my role at Cerner, I worked at Mary Washington Healthcare (MWHC) in Fredericksburg, VA, and have held many clinical and leadership positions. With more than 30 years of clinical experience, I have worked as the Administrative Director of Cardiovascular Service Line as well as the Director of Clinical Informatics.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from George Mason University, dual master’s degrees in Business Administration and Healthcare Management, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from American Sentinel University in Colorado. I also hold certifications in Nursing informatics, Certified Professional in Health Information Management from HIMSS, Certified Nurse Educator.