Biomedical and Health Informatics Profile

Nancy Lorenzi


IMIA Board Members at the April 2002 Board Meeting in Innsbruck  L-to-R:  Reinhold Haux, Jan van Bemmel, Batami Sadaan, Marion Ball, Patrice Degoulet, Charles Safran, Nancy Lorenzi, Ian Symonds, Rolf Engelbrecht, Steven Huesing.

(Source: KC Lun)

Dr. Lorenzi with KC Lun, at MEDINFO 2004, San Francisco

(Source: KC Lun)

Cover of 2003’s Managing Technological Change

(Source: Rutgers University Library)

An analysis of why organizations fail in their purpose, from Dr. Lorenzi’s and Dr. Robert Riley’s “Managing Change”, JAMIA, March-April 2000.

(Source: JAMIA)

Dr. Lorenzi addresses Members of Congress at AMIA’s “Capital Hill Day”, April 20, 2011.  The event sought to teach Legislators about the value of Health Informatics in providing health care.  Dr. Lorenzi observed:  “using information available in a clinician’s office, informatics professionals can apply their informatics knowledge and create a system that will allow most people to gain access to their personal health information more reliably, readily, and comprehensively... In addition individuals can couple their personal information with high quality health information to better manage their personal care.

(Source: AMIA)