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Dan is the program manager for Community Connect at Boston Medical Center. In this role, Dan engages and collaborates with local Community Health Centers and FQHC's to integrate their health records into that of BMC. Moving patients' records under one umbrella provides transparency to both the patient and provider and greatly assists the efforts of our Accountable Care Organization.
Dan previously worked as both a team lead and analyst for BMC's Epic OR, Emergency Department and Health Information Management applications. He takes his greatest satisfaction working with Quality and Safety to leverage the EHR for improved patient care.
Dan received his BS in health management and policy from the University of New Hampshire and his MS in international health policy and management from Brandeis' Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
Dr. Annie Shebanow has many years of technology and business leadership experience. She holds a Doctor of Computer Science degree. Annie has worked with doctoral students online as a dissertation committee member and was a lead faculty at Colorado Technical University. She has designed technical courses for various universities — Foundation Data Analytics, Network Security, Advanced Networking Systems, Information Forensic, Data Security, Data Mining, Business Intelligence, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Data Analytics capstone course. On the business side, Annie has founded six technology companies.
Arnold Kamis does research with data analytics on information technology, decision support, online consumer behavior, and healthcare information. He has many publications in premiere journals, including MIS Quarterly, Decision Support Systems, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, and Communications of the ACM. He blends social science and data science to make research contributions that are rigorous, business-relevant, and aiming to make an impact. For example, Arnold and coauthors have developed a stable three-year model of CDC data (n = 1.5M) to model why American adults do not obtain influenza vaccinations. He has designed and taught multiple courses in business/data analytics and data visualization. Arnold has served on many journal editorial boards, including Decision Analytics and Health Systems. He holds a Ph.D. from New York University.