2015 New England HIMSS Showcase Event

August 25, 6:00pm, EDT - 8:00pm, EDT
University of Massachusetts Club
225 Franklin Street
33rd Floor 
Boston, MA


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Join us for our sponsor and volunteer recognition event at the UMass Club on Tuesday, August 25th. This event will offer a chance to visit our sponsor showcase, network with industry professionals, and enjoy some food and beverage.  

We are also very excited to have Marcie Brostoff, MS, RN, NE-BC, joining us for this event and will be giving a presentation titled, "Engaging patients and families in the Pediatric setting: Using technology to improve care." Her BIO is below and we hope to see you there!

Sponsors and those interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact ne.sponsors@himsschapter.org to reserve your spot at the sponsor showcase.

Brostoff_Bio_PicMarcie Brostoff MS, RN NE-BC is Chief Nurse Informatics, Senior Director of Clinical Education and Informatics at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). She is a visiting scholar for Boston College and the executive liaison to 31 schools of nursing throughout New England for BCH. For the past 25 years her career has been devoted to advancing nursing education in her roles as a baccalaureate nursing instructor, school nurse, staff development specialist and director. Marcie developed and implemented a high-fidelity simulation program for new graduate pediatric nurses. This nationally recognized program has prepared 400 new graduate nurses over 6 years. She co-authored a successfully awarded proposal to secure funding for a Nursing Career Lattice Program. This program is an innovative approach to increase the racial and ethnic diversity of the nursing workforce at Children’s Hospital. She is a nationally recognized pediatric nurse educator and considered an "Edge Runner" in executing and evaluating education, technology, and informatics to bolster the competence and practice of the pediatric nursing workforce. In her current role, Marcie provides strategic and operational nursing leadership in the selection, development, deployment, re-engineering, and evaluation of technology, education and professional development of clinical staff.