18 January 2012

ISDS welcomes Becky Zwickl!

The ISDS staff extends a warm welcome to the newest member of our team, Becky Zwickl. 

Becky is the new Public Health Analyst and will be working primarily on supporting the Syndromic Surveillance for Meaningful Use: Inpatient and Ambulatory Clinical Care Data project. We are very excited to have her with us, and we are looking forward to all of the work we will accomplish together.

Becky's bioBecky Zwickl joined ISDS in 2012.  Her responsibilities mainly consist of coordinating and assisting with ISDS’s recommendations for public health use of electronic health record data from ambulatory and inpatient clinical care settings relating to implementation of Meaningful Use regulations.

Becky is in the process of completing a MPH at Boston University School of Public Health with concentrations in Health Policy and Management and Epidemiology.  During her time at Boston University she worked as an emergency preparedness support consultant providing preparation assistance to local public health departments.  In her role as a consultant, Becky also wrote grants and reports and provided research support. 
Becky has a BA in psychology from University of Michigan.
Welcome Becky!


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