CHAMPS, the Gates Foundation-funded project with a core mission of reducing childhood mortality globally, is preparing to launch sites in Africa in early 2016.
Here at PHII, my colleagues and I often discuss the challenge of explaining our jobs—and the terms “public he
PHII’s Requirements Lab is excited to welcome a new Senior Business Analyst to its team, Wais Said—who has over two decades of experience
“Training allows me to inspire people to learn and improve themselves.” Kristopher Hall is eager to do just that in his new position as PHII’
In this three-part blog series, Sarah Gilbert, Director of PHII’s Informatics Academy, explores how the three focus areas of informatics – people, process, and technology – illustrate the Academy’s approach to training the public health workforce.
PHII’s Informatics Academy advances domestic and global public health practice through informatics education for workforce development. We offer practice-based training sessions, online learning solutions, and downloadable resources, serving the professional education needs of practitioners at ev
The history of health care information technology is a story about finding tasks technology can serve.