Vice President, Clinical Services


Dr. Jennifer Glen, DNP, FNP-BC is the Vice President of Clinical Services for Point of Care Decision Support (PCDS) responsible for leading clinical services and training for the clinical decision support modules dedicated to long-term chronic disease care and total patient health risk reduction.  She also spearheads innovative approaches enabling healthcare professionals to deliver improved clinical outcomes optimizing patient care.  Recently, as a clinical workflow consultant for PCDS, she has been instrumental in providing an informed and experienced clinical perspective in the development, implementation and training for Point of Care Anticoagulation (AC) clinical decision support software.


Dr. Glen has an impressive clinical resume.  She has been a practicing doctorate prepared Nurse Practitioner with advanced education in healthcare leadership combined with evidence-based care, strategic planning and process improvement.  Along with her role over the last 2 years and a Senior Clinical Consultant for PCDS, Dr. Glen has practiced as an Urgent Care Nurse Practitioner at Salina Regional Health Center in Salina, Kansas; Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Kansas School of Nursing; Emergency Room Nurse Practitioner at Stormont-Vail/Via Christi Emergency Department in Manhattan, Kansas, and as a Major in the United States Army, Doctorate Family Nurse Practitioner at Ft. Riley Kansas.  Dr. Glen also served as the Director of Outpatient Services for the 31st Combat Support Hospital, Camp Dwyer, Afghanistan.


Dr. Glen has a B.S. in Biology and Nursing.  She also received her MS (FNP) Family Nurse Practitioner Degree, and in 2014, received her Doctorate (DNP) in Organizational Leadership from the University of Kansas Medical Center.  She is also a certified Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse.  Dr. Glen is a frequent speaker and presenter on subjects including: outpatient point of care best practices, national trends impacting primary care quality and cost, as well as topics on cardiovascular disease guidelines and the current state of professional nursing, to name a few.  Awards received from the U.S. Army include: Army Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medals, Army Achievement Medal and the Army Surgeon General Provider APLSS Award.