Meet Jazmin Richardson from our clinical staff. She has specialized in critical care and cardiac nursing, and she has a passion for helping nurses develop skills to grow and thrive in their role.
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
- Progressive Care Nursing (PCCN)
- Critical Care Nursing (CCRN)
- Nursing Professional Development – Board Certified (NPD-BC)
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) candidate (2024)
What do you do at SONIFI Health?
As a nursing executive, my main goal is to support customers with their clinical workflow and patient education needs.
I operate in the spirit of open communication and collaboration so I can help customers tailor their SONIFI Health technology and our services to best meet their organization’s needs. Their feedback is key to continuous enhancements, improvements, and innovations.
What’s your background in healthcare?
As a nurse, I’ve provided critical care to patients in ICUs, as well as specialty cardiac step-down care to cardiovascular patients. I’ve also dedicated a lot of my career to nursing education and professional development.
I’m passionate about patient care and inspiring the next generation of nurses. I’ve loved tailoring education programs for adult learners and fostering professional growth to improve clinical competency.
I’ve worked as a nurse professional development practitioner with nursing and ancillary staff, and I’m also an adjunct clinical instructor.
What excites you about your role with SONIFI Health?
I love how SONIFI is committed to making patient education more accessible and effective through technology.
It’s exciting to see all the ways SONIFI’s technology is advancing, and how our team can help improve patient care and staff workflows for our customers.
How do you like to spend your free time?
I love traveling and experiencing new things. I’m also a huge foodie, so I love trying new restaurants.
What’s a big challenge you see nurses facing today?
Nurses are grappling with the strain resulting from a soaring demand for healthcare services amid staffing shortages.
Balancing the delivery of quality patient care with limited resources is an ongoing struggle, underscoring the urgency for effective solutions to address staffing issues and ensure sustainable care.
How do you think technology is changing—or not changing—nursing today?
Technology is revolutionizing nursing by streamlining tasks and improving communications, making it easier for nurses to do their jobs effectively.
Having a technology partner like SONIFI Health available to collaborate can be a valuable resource to help alleviate some of the burdens faced by healthcare professionals.
Yet the core values of nursing, centered on compassion and human connection, remain unchanged. Technology complements but does not replace the essential role of nurses in providing empathetic, patient-centered care.