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711-11 Informatics and You!

June 1, 2011 — December 31, 2015

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Description:
This five part series will explore key Informatics subject areas affecting laboratory business with several experts.  Topics include:  Information Technology, Meaningful Use, Interoperability, Messaging and Transport Mechanisms, and Terminology.  This overview covers technical mechanics considered vital in laboratory informatics and discusses changes in federal policy affecting the future of health information exchange.  This Podcast series is intended for Laboratorians, IT Personnel and Managers working in Public Health, Clinical, Environmental and Research laboratories.
 
Episode #1 – Information Technology
Episode #2 – Meaningful Use
Episode #3 – Interoperability
Episode #4 – Messaging and Transport Mechanisms
Episode #5 – Terminology
 
Faculty:
Paul Duffey, PhD, HL7 Advisor, Center for Infectious Disease, CA Dept. of Public Health
Jack Krueger, MS, Consultant, Former Director, State of Maine Public Health Laboratory
Garrett Peterson, MBA, Director, IT, Division of Public Health Informatics and Surveillance, Wisconsin State Laboratory
Dari Shirazi, Director, IT, State Hygienic Laboratory at The University of Iowa
 
Moderator:
Roger Tremaine, Media Production, Lexington, Kentucky
 
Audience:
Health officers, administrators and practitioners for local and state public health departments involved in health monitoring and/or epidemiological response activities

Registration Fee:
THERE IS NO FEE FOR THIS PODCAST SERIES 

Continuing Education Credit:
There is no continuing education option available with this course.

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Sessions
There are no additional sessions for this event.