2021 Nursing Knowledge: Big Data Science Conference
- Join nationally recognized leaders for the Big Data Science Conference in Minneapolis.
- Engage in advancing a national action plan to ensure that nursing data are captured and available in sharable, comparable formats for clinicians, administrators, researchers, policy makers and others to improve health outcomes.
- Learn about the accomplishments of the work groups, their importance to your work and how to build on these in the future.
Molly K. McCarthy MBA, RN-BC
Managing Director, Health Providers and Plans
Chief Nursing Officer
Molly K. McCarthy MBA, RN-BC is the Managing Director, US Provider/Plans and Chief Nursing Officer for Microsoft. With over twenty-five years’ experience in the healthcare industry, Molly is passionate about uniting technology, clinicians, and patients to improve care delivery, safety, and outcomes. Molly joined Microsoft in 2013, and now leads a team of industry subject matter experts across the US to help both health provider and health plan organizations digitally transform.
Molly graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgetown University, and began her career as a nurse in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pediatric Units. Upon receiving her Master of Business Administration from the University of San Francisco, she combined her clinical and business backgrounds within the medical device and clinical informatics industry. Molly started in a product and market development role at Natus Medical, Inc, in Silicon Valley. She furthered her career in a business development roles for the Association for Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), where she was responsible for piloting a benchmark database that extracted data from hospital EHRs in order to provide business intelligence to hospital leadership. Immediately prior to joining Microsoft, she worked with Philips Healthcare’s Patient Care and Clinical Informatics Divisions, where she orchestrated large enterprise system integrations of patient monitoring networks into hospital EMRs.