Data Analytics and Population Health Management Webinar
Recorded: March 10, 2017
CEU: 1.0 – Clinical Data Management
HIM professionals will learn the challenges and opportunities of using data analytics for population health management. Topics covered will include challenges with combining data, the scope of population health analytics, tools for analysis and data mining. Future frontiers will also be explored. There will be time reserved for questions at the end of the presentation.
Susan Fenton, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA, joined UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics (SBMI) on June 1, 2013 as an assistant professor of biomedical informatics. She came to SBMI from Texas State University in San Marcos, where she was an assistant professor and co-director of the Institute for Health Information Technology. In August 2014, Fenton transitioned into the role of associate dean for academic affairs, taking over the management responsibilities for the Office of Academic Affairs and helping the school acquire health informatics and information management education accreditation from CAHIIM for the applied health informatics program. Effective September 2016, Fenton is now a biomedical informatics associate professor.
Fenton’s research interests include workforce development, data management, ICD-10 implementation and health care associated infections. Her interest in workforce development was limited to health IT professionals, but she sees a huge need to develop new methods for healthcare professionals to learn how to use information technology effectively. As for health care associated infections, Fenton has a new project working with an industrial engineer who identifies failure points that result in HAIs. After the failure points are identified, they will determine the impact of the failure points on EHRs and documentation.
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