Hear from Dr. Jane Englebright on healing health systems with meaningful documentation [Podcast]

September 28, 2021 |  Patient Engagement, nurses, Patients, Coronavirus


The movement to relieve clinical burden and give nurses more quality time with patients is in full swing across our industry. Improving the meaningfulness of documentation is one way to make nurses’ lives easier, which I recently discussed on MEDITECH Podcasts with one of healthcare’s most respected leaders, Jane Englebright, PhD, RN.   

Dr. Englebright is the Chief Nurse Executive and Senior Vice-President at HCA Healthcare, a large healthcare system based in Nashville, TN. She also chairs The Joint Commission’s Board of Commissioners, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. She is widely published in nursing, safety and quality, and is a nationally sought speaker in these areas. 

In this podcast, Dr. Englebright shares her view on what makes truly meaningful documentation, versus data collection that may be less critical to improving the patient care experience. In addition, you’ll hear what the pandemic has taught her about responding to rapid changes in clinical practice.  

Listen to this important conversation, using your favorite podcast app. 

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Written by Christine Parent, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

Christine Parent’s well-rounded and smart approach to problem solving has long guided MEDITECH toward stronger relationships across the care continuum. Today, she brings her rich EHR knowledge to the role of associate vice president of marketing--spreading the word on how MEDITECH empowers healthcare organizations, through our company branding, online presence, public relations, and customer events, as well as developing and executing MEDITECH’s “go-to-market” strategy.