Open House for Health Informatics and Information
The Department of Health Services & Information Management will be having a floating open house session for the Master of Science in health informatics and information management program on Thursday, April 3 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. This session is for people interested in the Master of Science in Health Informatics and Information Management. Information about the course of study will be available. A brief overview of the application process, funding, scholarship and financial aid will be provided. We plan to have a live stream online and also a recorded session available for those cannot attend in person. The links for these sessions will be sent out in March. If you plan to attend, please complete the registration form at: https://ecu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_77fASgz9Jzptvj7. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Susie Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Health Services Management online program ranked as "Best Buy" by GetEducated.com
The Bachelor of Science degree in health services management offered by the Department of Health Services & Information Management was ranked first by GetEducated.com as the "Best Affordable Online Bachelor's Degree in Health Science" for students seeking a high quality, affordable online degree. Eight programs in total from ECU were included in the list.
Dr. Celluci Publishes Textbook
Dr. Leigh Cellucci, associate professor in the Department of Health Services and Information Management, has recently published a textbook entitled "Healthcare Marketing: A Case Study Approach" by Health Administration Press. The book information could be find here.
Dr. Susie Harris Serves on Discussion at Health Informatics Fair
Dr. Susie Harris from the College's Department of Health Services and Information Management served on a panel discussion, Transitioning into Health Informatics, at the Health informatics Career & Internship Fair on Friday, October 11, 2013, at the UNC Charlotte’s Center City Campus. The panel also included educators from Health Informatics graduate programs at Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC Charlotte.The bi-annual Health Informatics Career Fair was hosted by five of the state’s prominent universities, East Carolina University, Duke Center for Health Informatics, North Carolina Central University, University of North Carolina Charlotte, and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, in the field, and also featured the industry’s leading employers who discussed the incredible job opportunities available today.
Dr. Campbell has journal article published
Robert J. Campbell, associate professor,has an article published in the October 2013 issue of the Journal of American Health Information Management Association [Vol.84 (10) 42-47] titled, The Five Rights of Clinical Decision Support: CDS Tools Helpful for Meeting Meaningful Use".
2013 Dean's Awards Announced
The ECU College of Allied Health Sciences held its annual Faculty and Staff Convocation on Monday, August 19, 2013. Annual awards for outstanding performance in the areas of Teaching, Service, Research, and Outstanding Staff Personnel were given by Dr. Stephen Thomas, Dean. Two of the four awards were given to faculty in the Department of Health Services and Information Managment. Awards were presented to:
Outstanding Teaching - Dr. Michael Kennedy, Dept. of Health Services and Information Management
Outstanding Service - Mrs. Myra Brown, Dept. of Health Services and Information Management
Outstanding Research - Dr. Jamie Perry, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Outstanding Staff Personnel - Pattie Wilson-Brown, Dean's Office
The awards were largely based on work done over the last year (July 1 - June 30) with consideration given to work completed in the preceding three years. Congratulations to our award winners!
Bonita Sasnett, EdD and Robert J. Campbell, EdD have an article published in the Spring 2013 edition of the Journal of Health Administration Education titled "The Utility of the Team Notebook as a Teaching Tool for Team Learning" Vol. 30(2) 89-112.
The following excerpt was written by the editor of the Journal Of Health Administration Education:
Sasnett and Campbell (2013) have an original article in which they share results of an exercise designed to stimulate team development skills in students through the use of a service learning project. Given the heightened interest in team work on the part of the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education and the need for these skills in day-to-day management activity, this article is a must-read.