Skyler Stone is a nurse working in VANCOUVER,WA. As a nurse, Skyler works in the healthcare sector, interacting directly with patients to ensure that they receive quality care, understand physician instructions, and have access to the services needed to maintain optimal health. Skyler holds an active license to practice, and continues to take an all-encompassing role in supporting a patient's wellbeing.
Education and Training
Gonzaga University Nursing 2010
Washington State University Nursing 2004
- Healthcare in a networked world.
- Impact of a Web-based clinical information system on cisapride drug interactions and patient safety.
- Nitrosylmetalloporphyrins. II. Synthesis and molecular stereochemistry of mitrosyl-alpha, beta, gamma, delta,-tetraphenylporphinatoiron (ii)
- Ubiquitous computing.
- A method for publishing genomic maps.
- Medical informatics in academic health science centers.
- State and community-based efforts to foster interoperability.
- The health of the computer-based patient record.
- Comments on return on investment (ROI) as it applies to clinical systems.
- Estimated financial savings associated with health information exchange and ambulatory care referral.
- Mapping laboratory test codes to LOINC for a regional health information exchange.
- Reducing HIE costs through real-time data feed visualizations.
- Health information technology: one step at a time.
- Health information exchange in Memphis: impact on the physician-patient relationship.
- User perspectives on the usability of a regional health information exchange.
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