Session led by: Dr. Deshae Redden
In expert hands, data is one of the most powerful tools in modern health care. Ongoing advances are creating a huge demand for experts who can bridge both worlds and develop new ways to collect, manage and interpret health care data. Sitting at the intersection of information technology and health, Logan’s online Master of Science in Health Informatics prepares graduates for rewarding careers in a variety of health care fields, including research, administration and data management.
Join Logan University’s Director of Health Informatics, Dr. Deshae Redden, for an interactive, free webinar on our nationally rated online MS in Health Informatics program. With projected job growth of 18 percent through 2028, the field of health informatics is a promising career path for people from a range of professional backgrounds. Learn about the diverse opportunities available in this dynamic field. Get an overview of the three concentrations offered in Logan’s MSHI program. Ask questions, and find out if this in-demand degree is right for you.
About Our Host Dr. Deshae Redden
Dr. Deshae Redden is the Program Director of the Health Informatics Program and Continuous Improvement Coach at Logan University.
Dr. Redden joined Logan in November 2015 after earning her Bachelors in Health Information Management from Lindenwood University and a Masters in Leadership and Organizational Development from Saint Louis University. She also earned her Doctorate in Education from Maryville University.
She has 16 years of experience working in healthcare systems, higher education and state agencies, serving as leader and change agent, employing best practices to achieve operational and strategic priorities and initiatives. A certified project manager and continuous improvement professional, Dr. Redden has consulting expertise in healthcare, supply chain, education, information technology, government and non-profit organization. She has also served as an examiner for state quality improvement programs in Missouri and Texas.
As a leader, Dr. Redden believes in inspiring and empowering individuals to use their strengths and unique abilities as tools to achieve their goals. As an educator, she strives to learn from her students to improve her teaching, understanding, and connection with students to enhance their learning experience. Finally, Dr. Redden chairs Logan University’s Leadership Council, and she is a member of the Quality Texas Foundation Board of Examiners and the Hope Dream Center Board.
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