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Taste of Informatics

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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 Mike Nitardy of Frost-Brown-Todd, 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.
 
Informatics Pharmacist, Tony Dao, hosts this podcast series that discusses different aspects and topics in the pharmacy informatics and technology space and how leveraging the IT tools in the healthcare landscape can ultimately improve patient care and satisfaction. ** Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which speakers have been, is now, or will be affiliated. **This podcast is NOT monetized or supported by affi ...
 
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Inform Me, Informatics

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Inform Me, Informatics

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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295. Last Week in Health IT for Friday, July 1st, 2022 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. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any enti…
 
How death is discussed before the proverbial final course is served is an area Dr. Andrea Lambert South researches. As a family communication scholar, her research focuses on learning and telling the stories of families and family dynamics, and how communication plays a role in who we are and how we interact with each other. So what has she, and he…
 
294. The Pharmacy HIT Collaborative and Healthcare's Digital Transformation feat. Executive Director Shelly Spiro Intended Audience: Everyone The future of healthcare IT relies on the development of standards today!🏥💻 On today's episode, we speak with Executive Director of the Pharmacy HIT Collaborative, Pharmacist Shelly Spiro, on what the group i…
 
293. Last Week in Health IT for June 13th, 2022 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. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with…
 
292. Managing Medication Technology feat. Dr. Matthew Farley Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we had the opportunity to interview Dr. Matthew Farley, Senior Manager in Medication Technology at Fresenius Kabi USA. Prior to his role at Fresenius Kabi USA, he gathered many different experiences and skills in his roles as informatics pha…
 
Throwback - A Pharmacist, a Technologist, and a Lawyer feat. Dr. Robert Stein Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode originally published in February 2020, we had the pleasure of speaking with one of the pharmacists that was there at the beginning of pharmacy computer systems! Dr. Robert Stein, PharmD, JD started his career as a p…
 
Since the 2000 election, the United States has made the move to electronic balloting for elections. However, with this switch came concerns about cybersecurity and the safety of our votes. Dr. James Walden from NKU's Center for Information Security joins us to talk about election security in Kentucky, Ohio, and the rest of the United States. Learn …
 
291. A Journey from Technology to Pharmacy and Informatics feat. Pharmacist Anna Dreger Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we had the opportunity to speak with Anna Dreger, an informatics pharmacist with a very unique pathway to get into what she's doing today. Recently recognized with a Distinguished Service Award from ASHP SOPIT, she…
 
Have you ever wondered if you could control the cursor on your screen with just the movement of your eye? Students in the Applied Software Engineering Program are doing just that. NKU Associate Professor Nicholas Caporusso and students Trung Cao and Brett Thaman join host Mike Nitardy to share about the Applied Software Engineering Program, and the…
 
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. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which speakers have been, is now, or will be af…
 
289. Public Health Informatics at the CDC feat. Dr. Kevin Lan Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, Dr. Kevin Lan, Public Health Informatics Fellow at the CDC, is our special guest and shares the missions and goals of the CDC as well as talks about his journey to get to where he is today. Included on today's topics: Dr. Lan's early career…
 
In this episode of Informatics in the Round we have a small but MIGHTY team. Sarah Bland, a leader in Vanderbilt’s Center for Precision Medicine is here, and offers her usual insight coupled with wit! We’re happy to introduce you all to Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, who is the Senior Associate Dean and Director of the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowme…
 
288. What is Blockchain? Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics and Blockchain Today's episode is not purely about healthcare, but going over just what is blockchain? It's a technology that's been talked about a lot, but do most people understand what it is? Tony attempts to explain this in an introductory manner, and then mentions so…
 
Throwback - One Goal, Many Paths: Next Steps After Not Matching feat. Drs. David Vu, Brian Fung, Beju Shah, Tony Dao 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 …
 
287. The Role of Informatics Pharmacists in Innovation and Voice Technology feat. Dr. Ghalib Abbasi Intended Audience: Everyone Innovation in pharmacy informatics comes in many forms. On today's episode, we had the chance to interview Dr. Ghalib Abbasi, Systems Director of Pharmacy Informatics. In his career path, he's gone through many facets of i…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Taste of Informatics podcast. Digital transformation (DX) is more important than ever now that we're in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the lines between the physical, digital, and biological worlds are becoming ever more blurred. In this episode, author and digital transformation thought-leader Tony Saldanha chat…
 
286. Last Week in Health IT for March 7th, 2022 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. Using AI and people power to combat sepsis: https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/using-ai-and-people-power-combat-s…
 
285. A Pathway to Pharmacy Informatics in Canada feat. Dr. Daniel Chan Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, Dr. Daniel Chan discusses his journey into pharmacy informatics and its practice in Canada. Dr. Chan went into the pharmacy informatics space in a nontraditional way, so he shares his journey and advice on what he's been able to do…
 
Rebroadcast: ZotRx - Pharmacy Informatics and Technology with Dr. Tony Dao Several months ago, Pharmacy, IT, & Me host Tony Dao was interviewed by Ryan Kwok on the UCI Pre-Pharm Society ZotRx podcast. Today's episode is a rebroadcast of that episode. Host Tony Dao went to undergraduate at UC Irvine, Class of 2008. Disclaimer: Views expressed are th…
 
283. Data Science and Some Applications During the COVID-19 Pandemic feat. Dr. Dalton Fabian Intended Audience: Everyone Data science can be applied to clinical decision support, but how has data science been used during the COVID-19 pandemic? On this episode, returning guest and now data scientist Dr. Dalton Fabian talks about the use cases of dat…
 
282. Barcoding Effect on Medication Safety - Journal Club On today's episode, we're looking at a review article that was published in 2021. LInk: https://journals.lww.com/journalpatientsafety/Fulltext/2021/04000/The_Effects_of_Bar_coding_Technology_on_Medication.25.aspx?casa_token=DCLS3LqzUHQAAAAA:o9Ww_JC8ETJ6QtLnUo4I0llDnn8YG9yyW-WjEBF3Ns5MwwL6m_-…
 
279. Cosmas Health, Pyrls, and Pharmacists in Software Development feat. Dr. Derek Borkowski Intended Audience: Everyone What can a pharmacist do in software development? On today's episode, we speak with Pyrls creator and Cosmas Health founder Dr. Derek Borkowski. Dr. Borkowski is a pharmacist by training but was able to take his interest in codin…
 
278. Last Week in Health IT for January 17th, 2022 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. ========== New to LinkedIn and not sure where to start? Download my free ebook, "Professional Networking Unlocked…
 
277. Kitcheck Bluesight Insights and Data Integration feat. Dr. AJ Rivosecchi Intended Audience: Everyone How does the future of data integration look like for the pharmacy profession? On today's episode, originally recorded in early 2021, we had the opportunity to speak with Dr. AJ Rivosecchi, Product Manager and Director of Clinical Solutions at …
 
Hello and welcome to Informatics in the Round, a podcast designed to help everyone become a part of the dialog about topics in biomedical informatics. I’m Kevin Johnson, a physician and informatics researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. @kbjohnsonmd on Twitter, www.kevinbjohnsonmd.net on the web! In this episode of Informatics in the Round I…
 
276. Top 10 Most Listened To Episodes of 2021 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to 2022 and Happy New Year! On today's episode, we look at a recap of the most listened to episodes of 2021 on the Pharmacy, IT, & Me Podcast. Pharmacy Informatics in Australia feat Daniel Trajkov From Retail Pharmacy to Informatics Trainer feat. Dr. Austin Motteler O…
 
275. PGY2 Informatics and Applications in Transitions of Care feat. Dr. Raymond Chan Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we spoke with Dr. Raymond Chan on his career path and thoughts on informatics applications in healthcare. He shares his story of how he got to where he is today, as well as some memorable moments in his career. Topics…
 
274. The Importance of Data Integration for Clinical Practice feat. RxRevu Founder Carm Huntress Intended Audience: Everyone Data is becoming increasingly important in every day life, but how exactly does it impact clinicians in healthcare? On today's episode, we speak with RxRevu Founder and Chief Innovation Officer Carm Huntress about his company…
 
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…
 
Hello and welcome to Informatics in the Round, a podcast designed to help everyone become a part of the dialog about topics in biomedical informatics. I’m Kevin Johnson, physician and informatics chair at Vanderbilt. @kbjohnsonmd on twitter, www.kevinbjohnsonmd.net on the web! ------------------- In this episode of Informatics in the Round, we get …
 
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…
 
Summary In this episode, we talk in a bit more honest detail about clinician burnout and the role electronic health records are playing in taking the joy out of health care for some professionals, and in the case of some patients, making it completely unclear what is changing with their own health. For those of you who are regular listeners to this…
 
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…
 
This episode is a bit of a departure from our norm. I set up this team with the intention of discussing physician burnout from EHRs and what we are doing to improve it. It happened to be our first all-female team, plus me. In the wake of our post-pandemic attempts to return to normalcy, and some of the conversations I’ve heard from my colleagues, I…
 
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…
 
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