Put Your Degree to Work: Career Paths in Health Informatics

February 18, 5:00pm, EST - 6:30pm, EST

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Put Your Degree to Work: Career Paths in Health Informatics

Calling all rising student leaders, early career searchers and graduates in Healthcare Informatics! Interested in learning about ways to put your degree into practice in the real-world? In this interactive webinar, participants will learn how to leverage strategies to raise their visibility and value in the workplace. The webinar will provide relevant tips & tricks from current health informatics students and alumni, the latest insights from industry advisors, and Q&A with attendees. Learn from our panelists who have helped shape their organizations and represent a variety of healthcare sectors in the New England area.

 

Moderator:

 

Monique Czulewicz

Epic Analyst at Mount Auburn Hospital, Alumni from Northeastern University's Master of Health Informatics Program and Student Activities Chair of New England HIMSS

 

Monique Czulewicz is a certified Epic Resolute Analyst who enjoys working hands-on with hospital billing systems. Her role at Mount Auburn Hospital is focused on technical build and training end users on Epic’s Electronic Health Record. Monique currently serves Student Activities Chair for the New England HIMSS Chapter. For two consecutive terms in 2019 and 2020, she pursued the NEHIMSS Treasury role and has previously volunteered with the NEHIMSS Programs Committee. She has over 10 years of experience in the Financial Services and Healthcare IT industry. Monique holds a M.S. in Health Informatics and a B.S. in Business Management & Management Information Systems (MIS) from Northeastern University.

Speakers:

 

Jigar Kadakia

Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer at Mass General Brigham

 

Jigar Kadakia has served as Vice-President and Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer for Mass General Brigham since 2014.  Mr. Kadakia comes to his role having spent more than 20 years in consulting delivering, developing and managing privacy and cyber security implementations for large complex healthcare companies.  He is leading the cybersecurity and privacy program implementation at Mass General Brigham.  The program focuses HIPAA/HITECH compliance, GDPR compliance, Identity Management, cybersecurity training and awareness, EHR risk analysis, third party risk management, privacy incident response and analysis.

Mr. Kadakia earned a B.S. Chemical Engineering with Honors from University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Xavier University.  Mr. Kadakia is a managing board member of the H-ISAC and speaks national on cyber security and privacy related topics.  Mr. Kadakia also holds certifications for security and privacy (CISSP, CIPP, CRISC).

Aldonille Campo

EpicCare Inpatient ClinDoc Specialist at Yale New Haven Health & Sacred Heart University Alumni

 

After graduating from the UConn School of Nursing in 2012, Aldo worked as a nurse at the Hospital of St. Raphael as a cardiac nurse. When she began her career, she learned a hybrid method of charting with both paper and the Quadramed EHR. Just 6 months into working, St. Raphael’s became a part of Yale New Haven Hospital and began their journey towards a fully electronic health record: Epic. After volunteering to be her unit’s super user, her interest in informatics grew, leading her to join, and eventually be the chair of, the YNHH Nursing Informatics Council. In 2018 she transitioned into her new position as nurse application specialist on YNHHS’ Epic ClinDoc team and shortly after completed her masters in healthcare informatics.

When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her cats & chinchillas, powerlifting, and reading.

Sara Khalil

Graduate Student & Teaching Assistant at Northeastern University’s Health Informatics Program, NEHIMSS Volunteer

 

After earning my bachelor’s degree in Biology from Trinity College, I spent two years doing translational medical research at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. There, I became fascinated by the applications of scientific research and how discoveries got translated into medical practice and public health actions to improve healthcare. I decided to pursue a graduate degree in biomedical sciences to get more formal training in biomedical research. I joined Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s graduate school where I earned my master’s degree. Shortly after, I decided to integrate my research background with informatics so that I could address more global and practical problems. I am currently a full-time student at Northeastern University’s Health Informatics program, scheduled to graduate in Aug 2022. After graduation, I would like to work as a data analyst delivering innovative data-driven insights to decision-makers in the healthcare industry.

 

Katie Flynn

Senior Account Executive at Queen Consulting Group and the NE HIMSS Programs Chair

 

Katie currently serves as a Senior Account Executive at Queen Consulting Group and also as the New England HIMSS Programs Committee Chair. She has over 10 years of experience in the Financial Services and IT Healthcare staffing world. Her main responsibility in her current role is to provide her clients with IT Healthcare contractor and direct hire resources specifically catered to their project needs. Prior to New England HIMSS and her role at Queen Consulting Group, Katie worked in London and New York City in the Financial Services industry supporting Compliance, Risk Control and Finance functions from an Operational perspective.

Deb Gogliettino

Associate Dean Business/Human Resources Southern New Hampshire University Global Campus

Deb currently serves over 150,000 students worldwide.

Deb has 25 years of human resource leadership experience at the C-Suite level and also works with small business owners, startups and not-for-profit organizations in addressing HR practices and coaches emerging leaders. Deb has completed four strategic human resource redesigns in health care systems ranging in employee size of 600 to 3700 and has over 20 years of teaching experience in higher education.

Deb brings great passion, enthusiasm, new thinking to the growth of HR leaders and
workforce development. In addition to a Masters in Non-Profit Administration from Western Connecticut State University, Masters in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University and graduate education in human resource development and research, Deb holds the designation of SPHR from the Human Resource Credential Institute (HRCI).

Deb resides in Connecticut and enjoys hanging “virtually” with family and friends.