Greco Johnson serves as a project team lead for PHII’s Requirements Lab. He first came to the PHII as a senior business analyst, a role he served in for just over 4.5 years. In this role, he facilitated PHII’s Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology (CRDM) and software development activities to define information system business processes and requirements on various projects, including USAID’s Neglected Tropical Disease Information System (NIS) in conjunction with the NTD Support Center, Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS), Medical Nutrition Therapy for Prevention (MNT4P) and the Puerto Rico Department of Public Health Zika Response. Greco brings 20+ years of work experience in supporting the successful implementation of information technology solutions to support large-scale public health, clinical health, and academic informatics initiatives.
Prior to joining PHII, Greco worked as business analyst for the Emory School of Medicine. In that position, he was responsible for the analysis, assessment and documentation of institutional business processes and technological system requirements. Greco’s past work experience also includes acting as the project lead/business analyst for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National ALS Registry project. On this project, he led an application development team charged with developing a registry to determine the incidence and prevalence of ALS in the United States.
Greco earned his Master of Public Health (MPH) in applied public health informatics from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and Bachelor of Science (BS) in information technology (IT) from Kennesaw State University.