Member Organizations

HIMSS North America, a business unit within HIMSS, positively transforms health and healthcare through the best use of information technology in the United States and Canada. As a cause-based non-profit, HIMSS North America provides thought leadership, community building, professional development, public policy, and events. HIMSS North America represents 64,000 individual members, 640 corporate members, and over 450 non-profit organizations. Thousands of volunteers work with HIMSS to improve the quality, cost-effectiveness, access, and value of healthcare through IT. Major initiatives within HIMSS North America include the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, National Health IT Week, HIMSS Innovation Center, HIMSS Interoperability Showcases™, HIMSS Health IT Value Suite, and ConCert by HIMSS™.
TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform) is a grassroots initiative focused on education reform and interprofessional community development. The spirit of TIGER is to maximize the integration of technology and informatics into seamless practice, education and research resource development.
The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation determines global standards for health terms, an essential part of improving the health of humankind. We are committed to maintaining and growing our leadership as the global experts in healthcare terminology, ensuring that SNOMED CT, our world-leading product, is accepted as the global common language for health terms.
The MEDITECH Nurse Advisory Committee's (NAC) mission is to advance information technology for nurses throughout health care organizations to enhance the practice of nursing and the delivery of patient care and to promote patient engagement. The nurse advisory committee provides opportunities to discuss industry and institutional initiatives with MEDITECH executives and staff, as well as networking and educational opportunities.
Since 1975, the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) has been transforming how nursing is practiced. We do this two ways: by promoting, disseminating, and using nursing research and by encouraging, supporting, and connecting the next generation of nurse scientists. Today, with more than 1,300 members, MNRS is one of the largest and most influential nursing research organizations in the country, serving individuals in a 13-state Midwest region.
NANDA International will be a global force for the development and use of nursing's standardized terminology to ensure patient safety through evidence-based care, thereby improving the health care of all people.
The mission of NASN is to optimize student health and learning by advancing the practice of school nursing. The vision of NASN is that every student is healthy, safe, and ready to learn.
New England Nursing Informatics Consortium (NENIC) is an organization for clinical informatics networking, education, and information exchange for nurses and other healthcare professionals. NENIC delivers programs to enhance member’s professional development and opportunities to further the profession of nursing informatics.
NENIC Vision: To be the voice of  New England Nurses transforming healthcare through informatics.
As the leading professional organization for North Carolina’s registered nurses, we equip nurses at all stages to thrive in an ever-changing healthcare environment. NCNA helps keep North Carolina nurses on the cutting edge of nursing practice, policy, education, and more. Join us as we work to advance nursing and ensure high-quality healthcare for everyone.
LOINC is a universal standard for identifying health measurements, observations, and documents. The Clinical LOINC Nursing Subcommittee is an advisory group focused on LOINC content for representing observations at key stages of the nursing process, including assessments, goals, and outcomes, and codes for observations that meet the needs for administrative and regulatory data related to nursing care.

 

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