Victoria Javier is a Registered Nurse with over 30 years of highly developed clinical, education, supervisory, and informatics experience. She started her nursing career as a bedside nurse in an Adult Cardiac Unit. Over the years, she worked in various capacities in Education, Clinical Informatics, and Administration. Victoria’s clinical informatics career started in 1999 as an Informatics Educator at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. After a few years, she transitioned as an Epic Clinical Systems Analyst when the hospital transitioned to another EMR, Epic. She is certified in two Epic applications, Clinical Documentation and Security Administration. Victoria joined NYU Langone Health in 2011 as a Senior Clinical Systems Analyst, then developed into the role as Lead. In 2012, she became the Director of Clinical Systems responsible for the Epic Clinical Documentation and Stork teams. In her current role as Director, Victoria has led numerous successful implementations in multiple academic medical centers. She was instrumental in the implementation of the Epic EHRs and complex cross-application integration with two medical centers, now referred to as NYU Brooklyn and NYU Long Island through NYULH mergers. She was involved in the implementation of numerous state-of-the-art technologies at the new NYULH Kimmel Pavilion and Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital. Most recently, Victoria led the optimization of EMOLST integration across the NYULH enterprise. This initiative streamlined and significantly improved the workflow for identifying patients with eMOLSTs generated by other institutions, increasing the number of patients with eMOLSTs than previously known. This project also promoted workflow efficiency by improving the time and number of clicks in accessing MOLST within the registry and accurately identifying the correct patient.