FOGI: Seize the Flexibility and Make an Impact with Medical Informatics with Blake Lesselroth, Vice Chair of Medical Informatics, UO School of Community Medicine
If you’re interested in having a large impact, informatics is a field that will provide a pathway for that.
In this Future of Global Informatics episode, TJ Southern sits down to talk with Blake Lesselroth, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Vice-Chair of Medical Informatics at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa School of Community Medicine. Dr. Lesselroth was interested in education, care coordination, and fixing problems, and medical informatics was the field where he found he could impact an entire patient population by doing all of those three. He talks about how medical informatics has a lot of different niches that allow informaticists to design their career path and find what fits best for them. He discusses the challenges he has seen for innovation in systems and the opportunities that design thinking offers in that area.
Tune in to learn from Dr. Lesselroth about how you can shape your career in informatics!
Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health