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Public Health Informatics Institute

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From the Public Health Informatics Institute, this podcast tells stories from the field of public health informatics. Join host Piper Hale as she talks to some of the field's top experts and boots-on-the-ground practitioners to explore what makes this evolving discipline a bedrock of effective public health practice. These stories make this complex field into something a little easier to understand. Learn more about the Public Health Informatics Institute at phii.org.
 
Welcome to DataLab: The Materials Informatics Podcast. In DataLab, we’ll help you navigate the world of Materials Informatics, or MI. We interview leaders in government, industry and academia who are pushing the frontier of materials informatics. We will cover technology issues such as the software infrastructure underpinning MI, as well as human issues such as what kind of team you need to be successful with MI.
 
Robotics and Vision applies AI techniques to the problems of making devices capable of interacting with the physical world. This module introduces the basic concepts and methods and serves as an introduction to the more advanced robotics and vision modules. A podcast from Informatics a School of the University of Edinburgh.
 
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Taste of Informatics

Informatics+, College of Informatics, Northern Kentucky University

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Informatics is about finding human meaning in a world of data. Join us in the Informatics Café as an eclectic variety of experts have coffee with our host to discuss topics across communication, business, technology and science from their unique perspectives. We come to you from the campus of Northern Kentucky University, on a hilltop overlooking the skyline of Cincinnati.
 
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273. Pharmacy Informatics Residency, MHCI, and Finding Your Path feat. Dr. Stacey Lynn English Intended Audience: Everyone What kind of routes are there to get into pharmacy informatics? On today's episode originally recorded in Fall 2020, we spoke with Dr. Stacey Lynn English about her role in pharmacy informatics. She's had a career path that inc…
 
272. Things to Ask Third-Party Vendors Intended Audience: Pharmacy Informaticists What do you do when you're starting to implement a third party solution to your EHR? 🤔 On today's episode, I'll be talking about some of the strategies and questions that I use when evaluating a new project. Having gone through multiple different projects with differe…
 
Throwback - Biomedical Informatics, Pharmacogenomics, & Academia feat. Dr. Moom Roosan Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Moom Roosan regarding her role in pharmacy informatics. Dr. Roosan has a unique background of attaining a PhD in Biomedical Informatics in addition to her pharmacy d…
 
271. Last Week in Health IT for October 25th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. ==========Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Inf…
 
Throwback - Becoming a Director of Pharmacy Support Services feat. Dr. Neil Ratcliff Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Neil Ratcliff and his role at PipelineRx as the Director of Pharmacy Support Services at the time of recording. He discusses how his clinical background and certifica…
 
270. Synthetic Health Data and CodeRx feat. Dr. Joey LeGrand Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode originally recorded in April 2021, we had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Joey LeGrand about synthetic health data and the CodeRx community. CodeRx is the recent winner of the ONC Synthetic Health Data Challenge! CodeRx's project focused on…
 
The coffee you drink passes through 18 different sets of hands before it arrives in yours. It was likely planted, picked, and processed by women who account for the majority of coffee workers, in an industry controlled, managed and monetized by men. Join professor Sara Drabik as she recounts her work with the International Women's Coffee Alliance a…
 
269. Pharmacy Informatics and Clinical Content feat. Dr. Hannah Nguyen Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode originally recorded in Fall 2020, Dr. Hannah Nguyen is interviewed about her career path and what her role is at Kaiser Permanente as an informatics pharmacist focused on clinical content. Dr. Nguyen completed a PGY1 acute care resi…
 
NKU professor Wei Hao discusses cloud computing, providing an overview of what it is, why its important, the reasons businesses continue to transition to it, and the kinds of career opportunities that exist in this rapidly expanding field. You can learn more about cloud computing with a Computer Information Technology degree from NKU.…
 
268. Pharmacy Informatics Education in Canada feat. Professor Marie Rocchi Intended Audience: Everyone Education in pharmacy informatics continues to be a difficult endeavor. On today's episode, we speak with Professor Marie Rocchi about how pharmacy informatics education was attempted to be standardized in Canada. On today's episode, Professor Roc…
 
Throwback - Patient-Centric Health and Technology feat. Dr. Whitley Yi Intended Audience: Everyone Digital Health and consumer-focused healthcare technology is one of the ever-changing and ever-evolving landscapes where pharmacists can make a difference. On today's throwback episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Whitley Yi, a residency-…
 
Students in the Electronic Media and Broadcasting program in the College of Informatics at NKU gain valuable field experience working on shows like Science Around Cincy, and independent production sharing the stories of the people who work in science in the Cincinnati area. Each episode features a different scientist, their work, and their passion.…
 
267. HIMSS21 Highlights Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we cover some highlights from the HIMSS21 conference this year. Keynotes aside, there were a lot of things to talk about. I'll admit, I was not able to get through everything at HIMSS this year because there was just so many great talks. This episode is NOT inclusive of everyth…
 
How do you build knowledge and hone skills that can insure someone can gain the healthcare that they need, by navigating our complex and varied healthcare systems? How do you build community around different ideas related to heath care? And how do you determine what those ideas are at the community level. Dr. Whitney Darnell of the College of Infor…
 
Throwback - A Journey to Director of Clinical Informatics feat. Dr. John Poikonen Intended Audience: Everyone On today's throwback episode, we spoke with Dr. John Poikonen on his varied history and experience in the pharmacy IT and informatics space. At the time of recording, he worked as the Director of Clinical Informatics at Avhana Health and st…
 
266. Importance of Technology and Data in Managed Care feat. Dr. Justin Bioc Intended Audience: Everyone Technology and data continues to be importance in all aspects of healthcare, including the managed care space. On today's episode, we spoke with managed care pharmacist Dr. Justin Bioc about his journey to his current role and how he has seen te…
 
Throwback - Consulting Services from a Community and Pharmacy IT Background feat. Dr. Terri Wang Intended Audience: Everyone All of our experiences help us to get to where we are today! On today's throwback episode originally released on January 22nd, 2020, Dr. Terri Wang discusses her experiences in both the community pharmacy side and the inpatie…
 
265. Last Week in Health IT for July 16th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. ==========Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Inform…
 
Find out how you can dip your toe into the world of IoT with $4 and a smidgen of curiosity, and then go further with formal instruction. Duke Energy's Director of Emerging Technology Steve Hinkel shares his experience outfitting his house with homemade IoT devices, and discusses how the spread of low-cost network connected computers is literally ch…
 
264. Components of an Implementation Plan Intended Audience: Everyone What's in an implementation plan? Quite a lot. Check out today's episode where we talk about some of the common components of an implementation plan: Workflow analysis System configurations/installations Training Conversion/data analysis Communication Go-live preparation Downtime…
 
263. Last Week in Health IT for June 18th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. ==========Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Inform…
 
Sports rivalries are an important and fun part of being a fan. Whether it's the Bengals v. Steelers, Reds v. Cardinals, or FC Cincinnati v. Columbus Crew, the recipe for rivalry has consistent ingredients, but also some unique qualities. NKU Professors Joe Cobbs and Marius Truta discuss their work studying sports rivalries, and how NKU students are…
 
Throwback - A Journey of IT to Pharmacy to Clinical Informatics feat. Dr. Sabrina Bernhart Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Sabrina Bernhart on her unique journey being in the information technology field before pursuing pharmacy school and eventually migrating into the role of a clin…
 
262. Oncology Pharmacy Informatics feat. Dr. Nicholas Bacon Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we delve into the niche world of oncology pharmacy informatics. Dr. Nicholas Bacon shares his experience in how he got into the oncology space and subsequently into the oncology informatics space with his skillset. He discusses what is needed…
 
261. Last Week in Health IT for May 27th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. ==========Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Informa…
 
Throwback - Going Beyond Inpatient: Outpatient Informatics feat. Dr. AJ Teare Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we speak with Dr. AJ Teare on his role and journey into the pharmacy informatics world. Dr. Teare started off showing his passion on his APPE project before moving on to a residency route. Today, he has had experie…
 
260. Algorithmic Matching in Client Registries Intended Audience: Newcomers to Healthcare IT On today's episode, we continue the discussion on client registries. How to client registries actually do the match of patient records? Algorithmic matching becomes essential in how we determine the matches. Some of the algorithms used discussed today are: …
 
Throwback - Clinical to Admin to Technology and Innovation feat. Dr. David Berkowitz Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we speak with current Omnicell Performance Center Field Consultant, Dr. David Berkowitz, on his incredible journey going from clinical pharmacy to pharmacy administration and eventually to his roles recently…
 
The opportunities are not just restricted to those that build AI, but the future also belongs to those individuals that can employ it. Host Mike Nitardy and guest Todd James from Fidelity Investments have a wide-ranging conversation about the transformative nature of artificial intelligence, discussing what AI is and what it isn’t, and how AI is ch…
 
259. About ASHP's Upcoming Informatics Webinars Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, Dr. Suzie Chen joins us to announce ASHP's upcoming webinars that are going to be presented by Dr. Scott Nelson. The webinars are as follows: Medication Data Standards and Operational Applications Interoperability: Fundamentals, Standards, and Terminolog…
 
258. Last Week in Health IT for April 22nd, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Check out this article on "How do providers strike the right balance between in-person care and telehealth?" where …
 
257. Pharmacy Informatics in Australia feat. Daniel Trajkov Intended Audience: Everyone We're going international again with another special guest all the way from Australia to talk about how pharmacy informatics practice is in their area! Daniel's varied role in health technology has included being a senior analyst, application manager, clinical l…
 
256. Data Quality, Metadata, and Standards in Client Registries Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics Last time we talked about what Client Registries are and how they can be used as a method on how to streamline patient record matching. Today, we go into a little more detail about some of the other attributes and potential issues. D…
 
255. Last Week in Health IT for April 7th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Check out more healthcare IT news at www.healthcareitnews.com ==========Interested in learning more about pharmacy i…
 
Throwback - Smart Pumps, Education, and Informatics feat. Dr. Julie Pawola Intended Audience: Everyone On today's throwback episode, we spoke with special guest, Dr. Julie Pawola, on her role in pharmacy informatics and technology. She shares some of her daily job duties as well as her upcoming smart pump bolus project. In addition, she discusses h…
 
254. The Client Registry Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics Last time we talked about unique patient identifiers and today we talk about client registries. How do we get to the perfect identifier? It may not even be possible, which is where client registries come into play. To learn more about client registries, check out the real…
 
Throwback - Next Steps After Not Matching; One Goal, Many Paths Intended Audience: Everyone Today's episode is a THROWBACK to 2019's special episode about next steps after not matching. The four of us have had different stories on what we did after not matching and want to let you know that it's OKAY. There's still Phase 2, there's still other path…
 
Throwback - From Pharmacy Admin to CEO of DocStation feat. Dr. Samm Anderegg Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode, we interview Dr. Samm Anderegg about his unique journey to where he is today. Dr. Anderegg started off with doing a residency in pharmacy administration before working in a pharmacy administration role. He also part…
 
Data, Data, Data! feat. Digital Pharmacist Dr. Ben Moore Intended Audience: Everyone Let's talk about data, data, data! On today's episode, we speak with Digital Pharmacist Dr. Ben Moore on the importance of data and just how fun and useful it can be to learn how to handle large data sets. Dr. Ben Moore is a self-proclaimed Data Nerd Pharmacist who…
 
Types of Unique Patient Identifiers Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics Last time we talked about the perfect/ideal unique patient identifier. Today, we go over some of the examples of the identifiers that are currently in use: Social Security Number Biometric Identifiers Voluntary Universal Healthcare Identifier Since these still …
 
Who Are You? Let's Talk Patient Identifiers Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics What makes a patient identifier good? That's what we're talking about today. Our discussion is about the 6 traits that make the ideal patient identifier: Unchanging Uncontroversial Unique Ubiquitous Uncomplicated Inexpensive If you'd like to learn more,…
 
Throwback - Epic Pharmacy and Oncology Consulting feat. Dr. William Burger Intended Audience: Everyone On today's throwback episode, Dr. William Burger introduces us to the world of Epic consulting through Willow and Beacon. He talks about his pathway to getting into pharmacy consulting as well as providing some advice on how it works and what phar…
 
Last Week in Health IT for March 2nd, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Informatics course at…
 
249. From EHR-Certified Student to PGY1-2 Informatics Resident Intended Audience: Everyone Being open to opportunity will take you places! On today's episode, we speak with Dr. Alex Novgorodov who's had a very unique experience in pharmacy informatics. He's been EHR-certified as a student and been exposed to a lot of pharmacy informatics projects p…
 
Are You Ready for This? Organizational Readiness Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics How do you know if you are ready for change? On today's episode, we discuss some of the factors that tie into why people are resistant to change and what studies have found in terms of getting an organizational to be ready. Article discussed in the…
 
Throwback - BPharm to PharmD to Critical Care to Medication Management Informaticist feat. Dr. Hesham Mourad Intended Audience: Everyone On today's throwback episode. Dr. Hesham Mourad tells us his story of being a pharmacist in Syria and moving to the U.S. to pursue clinical pharmacy, and how that further led him to his current role as a medicatio…
 
Last Week in Health IT for February 16th, 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Interested in learning more about pharmacy informatics? Check out the FREE Introduction to Pharmacy Informatics cours…
 
246. From Retail Pharmacy to Informatics Trainer feat. Dr. Austin Motteler Intended Audience: Everyone How would you move from a retail pharmacy setting into an informatics role? On today's episode, we speak with Dr. Austin Motteler who had a unique experience moving from the retail pharmacy side towards informatics. Topics today include: Retail ph…
 
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