Victoria L. Tiase, M.S.N., R.N.
Victoria L. Tiase, M.S.N., R.N., is the Director of Research Science and Informatics Strategy at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Ms. Tiase has over 13 years of experience of giving clinical input to technology projects in all areas, especially regarding the implementation of the NYP electronic medical record. She is responsible for supporting a range of clinical information technology projects related to patient engagement, alarm management and care coordination. She was the nursing lead for the design, implementation and rollout of an institution-developed personal health record (PHR), myNYP.org. She is passionate about finding data-driven, information technology solutions for increased patient and provider engagement in healthcare and leads research efforts to ensure the capture and presentation of data for the use and benefit of clinicians. Ms. Tiase serves on the steering committee for the Alliance for Nursing Informatics and recently completed a fellowship in the ANI Emerging Leaders Program assessing nurse readiness to use health IT tools for patient engagement. She completed her Masters in Nursing Informatics at Columbia University and is currently pursuing a PhD from the University of Utah with a focus on the integration of patient generated health data into clinical workflows. Ms. Tiase was recently inducted into the inaugural class of Fellows of AMIA.