Patient Privacy

Interoperability and EHR Optimization

Report Writing

Mark H. Johnson, MHA, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, Vice President, Sales and Marketing - iatricSystems

Mark has worked in the healthcare industry for 23 years, with more than 17 years experience within healthcare IT. Mark has more than 10 years of direct patient care experience as a registered nurse. Since joining iatricSystems in 2007, Mark has served in implementation, support, software development, sales and business development roles. Mark is board-certified (ANCC) in Informatics Nursing and was named as a HIMSS Fellow in 2017. Mark currently serves on the board of directors for the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA). Mark’s experiences afford him a unique ability to understand the optimal solutions that can offer true integration of care to iatricSystems customers, and ultimately to patients and family members.

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