Nursing Informatics Pioneers: Ida M. Androwich

Dr. Androwich is a Professor of Nursing at Loyola University Chicago teaching graduate courses in Health Care Informatics, Systems, and Population-Based Infection Control. She earned a BSN (Magna cum Laude) from Loyola University Chicago, a MS in Public Health Nursing and a PhD in Public Health from the University of Illinois. Dr. Androwich has published and presented internationally in the area of Health Care Informatics. She has had funded research related to national efforts to standardize health care vocabularies and serves in leadership roles including the ANA’s NIDSEC Committee, the AMIA-NIWG Leadership Group, AONE Technology Task Force, TIGER, the Vanderbilt Terminology Summit Steering Committee, and Co-Chair of Walmart’s Consumer Awareness of HIT Committee. She is a member of the American Academy of Nursing Workforce and Technology Commission, was Co-Chair of the Expert Panel in NI and on the National Alliance of Health Information Technology Board.


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