Tiffany Niles-Queensborough is the lead Health Informatician for the Womb Health study. She is a Registered Nurse, BScN, with an executive Masters in Health Informatics (MHI) from the University of Toronto. With a passion for helping others gain health, Tiffany strongly believes that while the health journey is a personal experience it is more prosperous when empowered by the community. She believes we all are our “brother’s keeper.” Tiffany desires to utilize her expertise to enable proactive strategies for holistic health promotion, support, maintenance and sustainability.
Tiffany’s clinical experience spans community home care, palliative care, clinical utilization and patient admitting within the chronic and rehabilitation healthcare sector. In addition, she has extensive experience as a Clinical Applications Specialist who worked within a large Information Management Services (IMS) department within the Sinai Health System (SHS). Tiffany has expertise in electronic medical record (EMR) implementations and the management of health information systems (HIS). Tiffany was a member of the initial team that executed all aspects of the system development lifecycle towards the successful roll out of Bridgepoint’s EMR. She led projects and collaborated with various teams across all areas of the hospital including clinical inpatient and outpatient departments, business departments such as human resources, Organization Development and Education, and Finance. Tiffany also regularly engaged with senior clinical and business leadership as chair of the Clinical Informatics Committee (CIC) and a was a member of the Health Disciplines Advisory Committee (HDAC) and Nursing Advisory Council (NAC). . In 2018 and 2019, Tiffany was the health informatics lead for the successful implementation of eIVF, a specialized EMR software for fertility clinics, at Mount Sinai Fertility. She also led the change management strategy for the clinic.
In 2019 Tiffany founded Queensborough Health Informatics Solutions Incorporated with the vision to enable the development of healthy communities by leveraging technology. With a focus on racialized and marginalized populations, Tiffany is passionate about the ethical use of technology to promote positive health outcomes.