Jim Jellison is a senior informatics analyst with the Public Health Informatics Institute with nearly 20 years of experience evaluating technical and social aspects of health information systems. He is an alumnus of the CDC Informatics Fellowship where he worked with the National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network. Prior to that he was with the Nashville health department in roles related to geographic information systems, surveillance, emergency preparedness, and environmental health. Jim holds a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from East Tennessee State University and a Bachelor of Arts in the Social Sciences from Michigan State University.
Areas of Interest
- Public Health Informatics
- MPH 2009, East Tennessee State University
- BA 1991, Michigan State University
- APHI 525D: Overv. Data Source, Stand.& IS
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