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FOGI: You Have the Data. What Now? Creating Healthcare Data Interoperability with Sheena Rogers, Health Informatics and Business Integrations Director at Creative Information Technology

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FOGI: You Have the Data. What Now? Creating Healthcare Data Interoperability with Sheena Rogers, Health Informatics and Business Integrations Director at Creative Information Technology

August 31, 2022

FOGI: You Have the Data. What Now? Creating Healthcare Data Interoperability with Sheena Rogers, Health Informatics and Business Integrations Director at Creative Information Technology

Informaticists are always connecting health and human services!

In this episode of the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern talks with Sheena Rogers, Health Informatics and Business Integrations director at Creative Information Technology. Sheena talks about how informatics has collected massive amounts of healthcare data but must now figure out how to use it meaningfully. She explains Creative Information Technology’s work by extracting data from electronic health records to create interoperability across different systems beyond just one organization and between health and human services. She speaks of moving data from legacy systems to new ones and having a multifaceted team helming said transition, especially using informaticists to traffic the information. She then touches on mentoring, supporting, and highlighting informaticists.

Tune in to listen to learn how informaticists can share ideas and get the right people in the right conversations to drive change!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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