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Position
Program Director and Clinical Assistant Professor for Health Informatics and Technology
Company
University of Illinois at Chicago
Location
Vernon Hills IL UNITED STATES
Bio

Entrepreneur, Informatics Educator and Healthcare Advisor
ABOUT MIRIAM ISOLA Dr. Miriam Isola is Program Director and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, College of Applied Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her background includes over thirty years of experience in healthcare information technology, operations, and education. In addition to teaching at UIC, she advises health systems, hospitals, academic medical centers, and accountable care organizations as they work to improve quality, population health outcomes and reduce costs. Former roles span both acute and ambulatory care settings as a health center administrator, quality improvement epidemiologist, director of research and analytics, and information technology leader, all with an emphasis on providing value to healthcare organizations through planning, developing business solutions, and the effective use of technology. Research interests: How healthcare organizations develop analytic capabilities and move in the direction of using analytics for strategic decision-making including a focus on population health, patient engagement and organizational change management. - Developing capabilities in population health management and applying analytics to quality improvement initiatives - Defining framework and measurement strategies for improving patient engagement - Organizational change management for implementation and adoption of health information technology and data analytics for healthcare transformation http://ahs.uic.edu/facultyresearch/profiles/name,18352,en.html

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Poster

5:00 PM–6:00 PM Jun 20, 2018

International Ballroom, 16th Floor

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