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Moving toward informatics savviness: a tale of two health departments

The recent efforts of Detroit and Chicago's health departments to build informatics capacity provides a useful case study for other health departments looking to do the same.

Bonus podcast: Dave Ross on low-tech informatics and the "box of rocks"

In this podcast bonus, Dave Ross illustrates how a successful informatics solution can be built with some nails, planks of wood and paint.

Introducing Critical Success Factors for Informatics Projects

Is your agency in the process of becoming more informatics-savvy? Learn how to improve the success of your informatics projects!

Podcast: Therese Hoyle on the informatics behind immunizations

Therese Hoyle joins this episode of the podcast to talk about immunization information systems (IIS), including some lessons learned from the early days of IIS.

Podcast: A Conversation with Dr. Gulzar Shah

Dr. Gulzar Shah of Georgia Southern University's Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health joins the podcast to talk interoperability and informatics at the local level.

Podcast: Tropical Data and the role of informatics in eliminating trachoma

In this episode, Beck Willis describes the work ITI and its partners are doing to treat and eliminate trachoma worldwide.

The Informatics Academy welcomes Senior Training Consultant

The Informatics Academy is pleased to welcome Michelle Bonkosky, MS, on board as Senior Training Consultant.

CRDM™ with the City of York Bureau of Health

Sheereen Brown recently wrapped up a project with the City of York Bureau of Health that she calls the “bread and butter” of Requirements Lab work.

PHII welcomes new CHAMPS Data Manager

CHAMPS, the Gates Foundation-funded project with a core mission of reducing childhood mortality globally, welcomes Data Manager Joanna Boyles, MPH.

Podcast: NYC Macroscope, EHRs and population health surveillance

Sharon Perlman of the NYC health department joins the podcast to talk all about Macroscope, the innovative population health surveillance project.