Michelle Zancan is a registered nurse with over 28 years of experience in adult health. She has worked in many healthcare settings including Johns Hopkins Hospital, NIH, and multiple local care settings. Early in her career, she specialized in oncology from bench research and clinical trial management to in-patient, outpatient, bone marrow transplant, and oncology critical care.
In the last 10 years, Mrs. Zancan has branched out of the traditional healthcare setting to work with the Primary Care Medical Home project by CareFirst, a health care consulting to individual providers to align their clinical workflows with federal and third party payor initiatives, quality improvement consulting covering clinical workflow and electronic documentation for optimum patient care and metric reporting; practice transformation consulting under the GPTN grant from CMS; consulting under the HIE Connectivity Grant from DHCF as a technical assistant to the behavioral health providers of the District of Columbia; and most recently as Clinical Analyst for Zane Networks where she is assisting in software development of technology to be used in both the healthcare and human services care of a person. In addition, she was elected as a co-chair on the HL7 HSS work Group where she is helping to further the use of the FHIR standard in both healthcare and human services settings.