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Shalayne Green

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Registered Nurse


A self-motivated, self-directed individual seeking a position suited for a mature professional eager to grow and become an integral team member and leader within a rising company in the healthcare industry. Passionate about providing  appropriate healthcare in an effort to increase the quality of life of the customer/patient and maximize re-imbursement for the healthcare provider. This includes prevention of recurrent  ER/hospital admissions by providing direct patient care and education, "tele"- care and education, case  management and review, chart audit, etc..


  • Experienced Emergency Room and  Intensive Care nurse; active RN license in AZ
  • Reliable, honorable, mature professional
  • A natural leader that leads by example
  • Self-motivated, self-starter, organized and efficient use of time and resources
  • Dedicated work ethic, committed to quality results
  • Proactive problem solving skills and attention to detail
  • Effective written, oral, and listening communication skills
  • Respected by peers, management, providers, corporate leadership
  • Not afraid to ask questions and take on new opportunities
  • Motivated by opportunity to learn and advance within a company
  • Proficient in Meaningful Use and Core Measure requirements
  • Comprehensive knowledge of several CPOE/EMR systems including EPIC, Cerner, McKesson, PICIS, T-Systems
  • Proficient in the use of WebEx and other applications to conduct business meetings and conference calls

Work History


Registered Nurse

Banner Health
  • ICU and Emergency Room RN on-call /per diem to all Banner facilities throughout the Valley
March 2015Present

Registered Nurse

Arizona General Hospital
  • Emergency Room RN at Arizona General Hospital and associated free-standing Emergency Rooms
  • Proficient in triage, assessment, and directed treatment of individuals seeking emergency services
  • A leader to all staff members of this small working environment, directly collaborating with providers to determine patient care and decision making.
Apr 2004Mar 2015

Registered Nurse

Scottsdale HealthCare

System Specialist II (July 2011 to March 2015) 

  • Builder of McKesson-based CPOE system including Physician Ordersets
  • Key role in implementation of CPOE for Scottsdale Healthcare at 3 campuses
  • Project Manager for Emergency Room software (PICIS) upgrade

Registered Nurse (April 2004 to July 2011) 

  • Staff nurse in ICU, trauma team member, Critical Care Certified
Aug 1993Apr 2001

Sr Manager/Project Manager

Southwest Student Services Corporation
  • Implementation of loan servicing system including development, testing, and training
  • Quality Assurance and Process Efficiency including development of  process standards
  • Development and implementation of online BillPay system
  • Management of Claims department responsible for recovery of Federally Insured Student Loans 


Jan 1997Dec 1998

Associates Degree

Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale, AZ

Associates degree in nursing; worked as an LPN during last year of nursing studies

Aug 1983Dec 1987

Bachelors of Science

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Emphasis on Sports Medicine and Nutrition studies


ICU/ED skills and knowledge gained over an 18+ year career

Use of EPIC Health Systems software for EMR documentation.  Also certified in EPIC Inpatient Orders and Clinical Documentation build (2014 release version)

Cerner Millennium Health Software

Use of Cerner Millennium software for EMR documentation.

McKesson Health System

Use of McKesson Health Systems software for EMR documentation. Also knowledge of McKesson products from a build and maintenance perspective.  Proficient iForm builder for CPOE interface.


Add various javascripting effects to basic HTML code to create dynamic and interactive order forms.

Dreaweaver Software

Create interactive order forms for McKesson interface