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Inform Me, Informatics

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

9/29/2017
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Dr. Dave Ross returns to the show in this special bonus episode to explain that informatics doesn't always have to involve high-tech solutions. He shares a historical story about a health information system built on wood, nails and paint in Sierra Leone. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org.

Duration: 00:10:17


#17: Therese Hoyle on the informatics behind immunizations

8/14/2017
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Therese Hoyle, longtime veteran of immunization information systems (IIS), joins the podcast to share her perspectives on the early days of IIS and how technology has transformed public health systems. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org.

Duration: 00:15:04


#16: Dr. Gulzar Shah on health data challenges

7/25/2017
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Dr. Gulzar Shah of Georgia Southern University's Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health joins the podcast to talk about his personal informatics journey, and to share some data challenges that local health departments face. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: "Mining by Moonlight," Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:17:17


#15: The Tropical Data app and the role of informatics in eliminating trachoma

6/29/2017
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Beck Willis of the International Trachoma Initiative (PHII's sister program at the Task Force for Global Health) describes how her innovative team is working to end a plague with smartphones—and the power of informatics! If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org.

Duration: 00:15:56


#14: NYC Macroscope: A look at EHRs and population health surveillance

4/25/2017
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Sharon Perlman of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene tells the story of Macroscope, an innovative new population health surveillance project. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: "Mining by Moonlight," Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:22:37


#11: Dr. Marissa Fond on how to explain informatics to your friends and family

1/25/2017
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Marissa Fond from the FrameWorks Institute walks us through some evidence-based communications strategies for talking about public health informatics. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:23:00


#10: Whatcom County’s journey toward becoming an informatics-savvy health department

12/15/2016
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Nicole Willis of Whatcom County Health Department joins the podcast to share her agency's path to becoming an informatics-savvy health department. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:17:31


#07- Chicago’s demonstration project for STI electronic case reporting

9/21/2016
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Dr. Marion Tseng and Cristal Simmons from the Chicago Department of Health join the podcast to tell the story of how electronic case reporting transformed their city’s STI surveillance. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:18:26


#06: Health information systems and their role in advancing health equity

8/19/2016
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Megan Douglas from the Morehouse School of Medicine discusses her research at the intersection of health policy and health technology. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:27:37


#05: Call-in show: Dave Ross answers listener questions

6/30/2016
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Dave Ross, Task Force for Global Health President and CEO, returns to the podcast to answer listeners' burning questions about public health informatics. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:22:53


#04: Minnesota success story: working toward health equity using information systems

5/27/2016
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Sudha Setty of the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection joins the podcast to explain how she and her colleagues used data to bridge health equity gaps for Somali-Americans. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:24:30


BONUS: The professional path of Mary Beth Kurilo

4/27/2016
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Oregon state IIS veteran and AIRA leader Mary Beth Kurilo returns to the podcast to share her own professional story and explain what led her to the world of immunization information systems. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:09:54


#03: Exploring immunization information systems with Mary Beth Kurilo

3/1/2016
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Oregon state IIS veteran and AIRA leader Mary Beth Kurilo joins the podcast to explain how state information systems keep the U.S. population healthy and vaccinated. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:21:10


#02- Data sharing and informatics success stories with Dave Ross

2/11/2016
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PHII Director Dr. Dave Ross returns to chat about key topics in informatics, from the benefits of data sharing to making the case for electronic health records. Dave also tells us some of his favorite informatics success stories. If you enjoy the show, please consider rating us on iTunes! If you have suggestions for future episodes, contact Inform Me, Informatics at podcast@phii.org. Music credit: Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech.

Duration: 00:14:58