Ginny Meadows is a member of the stakeholder panel for the PCORI-funded DECIDE-LVAD Trial and the implementation project, I-DECIDE-LVAD, which promotes the use of the original trial’s findings and its shared decision making program. She is an experienced clinical informatics professional and registered nurse, with more than 25 years of experience in clinical informatics and more than 30 years working in healthcare. Meadows brings a unique perspective, given her healthcare policy, informatics, and patient advocacy experience.
Currently, she is a Principal in Clinical Informatics at the MITRE Corporation, where she is involved in several healthcare quality improvement initiatives. Meadows has served on several federal advisory committees, including the ONC Advanced Health Models and Meaningful Use workgroup and the NQF Decision Aids expert panel. She is currently participating in the American Heart Association Scientific Statement writing group on “Informal Caregivers and Caregiving for Individuals with Heart Failure.”
Meadows received her Bachelor of Science in nursing at Excelsior College and a master’s degree in health informatics with a focus on user experience and design thinking from University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is also board certified in nursing informatics.