Megan Landry

HIT Like a Girl

Megan Landry

Building a team of faculty who share her passion for Healthcare Innovation, Access, and Quality
December 5, 2018

Megan Landry

Megan manages the Health Informatics Programs in the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at the University of New England. Her passion for Health Informatics is a direct result of her earning her Master in Health Administration Informatics from Saint Joseph University and her intensive hands-on work in Emergency Nursing and Clinical Informatics. Her nursing career taught her that at the heart of all care is a need for systems that are skillfully designed for the entire care team – which includes the patient and their support system.

You may also like

Subscribe to #HPN and never miss new Episodes!

Join Our Newsletter

Proudly supported by:

How is Parkinson’s Disease Diagnosed? And How Is a Care Team Created? Parkinson’s disease can’t be diagnosed through a simple blood test or scan. After a referral from a primary care doctor, it often takes visits to a neurologist or movement disorder specialist before receiving a clinical diagnosis.