Chris

Chris Smith works as a clinical analyst consultant with 9 years of experience working in the nursing informatics field. He started this blog to help others learn more about nursing informatics because he got tired of reading a lot of misinformation about this field on the web. You can connect with Chris on Google+

Obtaining a Nursing Informatics Master’s Degree – A Nurse’s Story

Nursing Informatics LectureObtaining a masters degree in nursing informatics has been a goal of mine for almost 18 years. The decision to raise a family thwarted those dreams until my employer imposed mandatory advanced degree requirements. Several of my colleagues were already enrolled at a popular online program and were very happy with the work-life balance the program provided.

Easily persuaded and missing a deadline of a well-respected local program led me to make the hasty decision to enroll along with my colleagues. The enrollment process was fairly easy as an enrollment specialist was assigned to walk me through the admissions process.

Attending part-time, I was able to complete the program in about four years. While the online program offered flexibility and convenience, I did have some reservations once I was done.




Was I prepared for the real world? Did I have the necessary education to be successful in nursing informatics? I will say after investigating other online nursing informatics programs, I did feel a bit cheated. There were a total of 3 nursing informatics courses to satisfy the requirement for the degree while other online programs offered 4 to 6 courses focused on nursing informatics.

Another issue I faced during completion of my program was the practicum requirement. I was challenged with securing a practicum site to complete my practicum. While many students had the luxury of completing practicum activities at their place of employment, my employer did not nor would not secure an agreement with my university.

I was left with the arduous task of finding a practicum site, which proved to be very difficult. I found many of the area hospitals where I reside have existing agreements with local universities and did not provide access for practicum activities for those not affiliated with those universities.

After several months, I became frustrated in my search and requested assistance with site placement from the nursing school. I was met with some resistance as I was told on more than one occasion that it was my responsibility to secure a location. As I wanted to obtain nursing informatics experience, I felt this to be an additional challenge.

Some of my colleagues enrolled in the program chose to complete a practicum topic outside of informatics just to satisfy the requirements of the degree. I was also confused by their ability to choose a practicum that did not have an informatics focus. Was this not a requirement for degree completion? How could the university allow this?




I personally felt this to be a disservice to my future in nursing informatics. What better way to obtain experience in nursing informatics than to perform a robust practicum in the field? I would not only have the opportunity to learn and gain exposure, but to establish relationships and network in my new career.

I again approached the university with a clear argument that I attempted to secure a practicum location. Given the nature of my specialty, the expense of tuition, and the degree requirements, I almost demanded the academic dean assist with my efforts. I was eventually given a choice of 3 facilities. The first was within one-half an hour from my house, however the other two were in excess of 1 ½-2 hours away. The school assured me that I would not be traveling to the location very often, which was not the case. To the contrary, I was onsite at my practicum facility at least once or twice per week for a period of six months. I could not imagine completing my practicum without the time I invested onsite at my practicum facility.

Reflecting on my experience, if potential students are already practicing in nursing informatics but desire an advanced degree, the program I selected would be a great option. However, those wishing to pursue a career change and obtain a masters in nursing informatics without prior experience or exposure, I would suggest selection of a program that offers a program highlighting elements of nursing informatics to prepare students while additionally offering support to secure a mentor and facility within nursing informatics.

Average Nursing Informatics Salaries By State 2014

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Is Nursing Informatics A Specialty For Me?

Is Nursing Informatics For Me?As more electronic clinical applications are being used in clinical settings, nurses and other clinicians might start to wonder, is nursing informatics (or simply informatics if you’re not a nurse), a specialty that I can work in or transition to?

The word informatics alone might make nurses or clinicians think that an informatics position might be for techies or that it might be a boring job because you only deal with computers.

In fact, one of the most popular comments I get from those trying to determine if informatics is a field they might get into is, “I’d like to leave my clinical position and heard about informatics, but I can’t stand the idea of sitting by a computer the whole day!”

No Sitting By A Computer All Day Long

Yes, in the field of informatics we work with computers, but no, we don’t sit in a cubicle typing away in the computer all day long.




“Then what do you do in an informatics job?”  That question alone is another post which I have covered here, but briefly, you participate in all types of meetings about an application (design/configuration/training/support), you meet with users or managers of nursing units to discuss issues/upgrages about an application, you participate in go-lives, you configure/test/support an application, and you might even travel to other locations depending where you work.

Therefore, sitting in a cubicle by a computer all day long is not something that is going to happen daily. Yes, there might be that odd day where you’re testing an issue or configuring an application, and in those days you might be at your desk working on your computer all day long, but even then, it is really strange if you don’t step out and go participate in something else.

And that’s why I’ll say, have no fear, you’re not going to be stuck at a computer all day long all year long.

However, if you’re the nurse that loves to interact with patients, and you actually have the chance to connect with them, then for sure you won’t be doing that in an informatics job because there is zero direct patient interaction in the field.

No Techy? No worries

Another comment I hear often is, “I’m not really a techy person and that’s why I don’t think informatics is for me.”

If you think about your nursing job, the fact that you even deal with an IV pump or even a PCA/Epidural pump is experience enough to be a techy in the clinical world. Ok, maybe I exaggerate, but the answer here is, no, you don’t need to be a computer geek or computer techy to work in this field.

The easiest way to explain this is to think about sending an email. Can you create an email? Can you then send an email? Can you forward an email? Can you delete emails? If you said yes, then you have the intelligence and ability to learn about applications being used in the clinical setting.

Informatics jobs don’t require you to sit there and write an application using a programming language, unless you want to go in a become a programmer, but that’s another story.

Most informatics jobs use applications where you sign in, and you can configure the application using a graphical user interface (GUI) that’s set up in such a way that all you have to do is be trained on how to use this interface to interact with the programs.

Again, think of a common computer application like microsoft word, for example.

Let’s say you want to bold a word and then highlighth it and underline it. You don’t sit there and think, oh lord, let me write a program so i can do this. No, the application already has a functionality that lets you do this and all you have to know is where to click on the application to bold, highlight and underline the word.

And you know that because somehow you learned that in the application. You either trained yourself to learn these commands, or somebody showed you how to do this. And this is how you also learn to use these clinical applications in informatics.

And yes, you do have to have the intelligence to learn the applications and also the logic to solve some problems, but it doesn’t mean you have to be a computer guru to work in informatics.

Are You A Fit For Informatics?

At this point you might be thinking, I don’t have to sit in by the computer all day long, and I don’t have to be a computer guru, so maybe this is a field I can pursue.

But how do I know this field of informatics is for me?

This is a very personanlized question to answer, but the generic response I tell those who approach me about this is, how do you usually react when you have a computer charting problem at work?

Do you immediately think, Let’s see what the problem is, maybe I can figure this out?

Or do you think, oh no, computer is broken, I don’t know what to do, let me get somebody else to help me!

If you tend to try to figure out what the problem might before giving up and calling for help, then most likely you’ll do fine in informatics.

Yes, I know. It is annoying to be trying to go home and you’re trying to chart on the computer on a patient, and suddenly the program doesn’t work. I used to cuss too not only at the computer, but at the idiots who decided it was a good idea to chart electronically instead of doing it on paper.

But every time there was a problem, my response was, “let me see if i can figure this out.”

And usually I think most nurses try to figure out what’s wrong before giving up and calling for help. But again, if as soon as the problem happens you stop cold in your tracks and you cuss the tech world and you then call for help…yea, this field might not be for you.

The best I can tell you is, you can always write to me and tell me your specific concern and I can give you a more specific answer to your specific, personal case.

How About Salaries?

Finally, the universal question I always get is, “does informatics pay beter than (floor/clinical) nursing?”

Yes, usually it does, specially when you have experience.

I have written several posts on this already, but briefly, starting out, you might even take a pay cut, but once you have at least a year of experience in the field, your salary will be definitely higher than what you made as a floor nurse (in the majority of cases).

 

Nursing Informatics Salary Hawaii 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Hawaii.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Hawaii hovers around 64k.

The median average is around 82k, while the high average is around 101k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Hawaii, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for H. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Idaho 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Idaho.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Idaho hovers around 55k.

The median average is around 70k, while the high average is around 87k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Idaho, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Idaho. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Illinois 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Illinois.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Illinois hovers around 56k.

The median average is around 71k, while the high average is around 88k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Illinois, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Illinois. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Iowa 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Iowa.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Iowa hovers around 51k.

The median average is around 65k, while the high average is around 80k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Iowa, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Iowa. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Kansas 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Kansas.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Kansas hovers around 53k.

The median average is around 67k, while the high average is around 83k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Kansas, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Kansas. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Georgia 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Georgia.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Georgia hovers around 54k.

The median average is around 70k, while the high average is around 86k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Georgia, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Georgia. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Kentucky 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Kentucky.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Kentucky hovers around 55k.

The median average is around 70k, while the high average is around 87k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Kentucky, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Kentucky. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary North Carolina 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in North Carolina.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in North Carolina hovers around 56k.

The median average is around 72k, while the high average is around 89k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in North Carolina, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for North Carolina. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Ohio 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Ohio.
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As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Ohio hovers around 57k.

The median average is around 73k, while the high average is around 91k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Ohio, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Ohio. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Oklahoma 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Oklahoma.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Oklahoma hovers around 54k.

The median average is around 69k, while the high average is around 85k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Oklahoma, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Oklahoma. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Oregon 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Oregon.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Oregon hovers around 56k.

The median average is around 71k, while the high average is around 88k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Oregon, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Oregon. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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Nursing Informatics Salary Pennsylvania 2014

Below we see the low salary average, the median salary average and the high salary average for nursing informatics positions across different cities in Pennsylvania.




As explained in my previous post, these averages tend to be lower than what the 2014 HIMSS survey portrays, but yet, these are the type of averages that are more in line with what I see when I’m out implementing projects across the USA.

Looking at the graph below we can see that the low average nursing informatics salary in Pennsylvania hovers around 59k.

The median average is around 75k, while the high average is around 93k.

This means that if you’re an entry level informatics nurse in Pennsylvania, or in other words, you have no experience in the field, there is a high probability that your salary might revolve about the median average salary for Pennsylvania. Possibly a bit higher, but many times, it can also be below the median average.

Also, as I have explained in previous posts: salary depends on experience, location, type of system being implemented and even job title. And indeed, exceptions always exist, and thus the chance that a new candidate got hired a high salary might happen, but that is always the exception to the rule.

But just because the HIMSS survey says that the average salary in nursing informatics is close to 101k, doesn’t mean you’ll go out and start making this type of salary on your first job.

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