Press Kit for Michelle Currie
Michelle Currie, a highly regarded healthcare leader with a track record spanning two decades in clinical informatics, is the Founder of SavantSolutions4HIT (SOS4HIT). Throughout her career, she has consistently demonstrated the ability to spearhead transformative healthcare initiatives of large scope and high risk. Michelle’s visionary leadership has elevated SOS4HIT as a premier consultancy distinguished for its expertise and prowess in applied healthcare informatics. Her laser focus on strategic planning, clinical experience, and rare ability to translate requirements between diverse business, clinical, and technology stakeholders enables her to identify novel opportunities without precedent. Notably, her work with the Center for Disease Control, the National Quality Forum, and YaleCORE has been instrumental in helping them initiate a strategic pivot to the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard, now acknowledged as the gold standard for data modeling and information exchange in the United States.
Drawing upon her meticulously curated experience, Michelle is currently focused on using clinical data for Clinical Decision Support, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence to improve patient outcomes and decrease provider burden. This strategic pivot underscores her unwavering commitment to remain at the forefront of technological advancements, ensuring that SOS4HIT remains at the vanguard of spearheading innovation within the healthcare industry.
Over two decades of experience in healthcare informatics
Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality
Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems
2001 – Master’s Degree in Nursing Informatics, University of California, San Francisco.
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Can you share with us the inspiration behind founding SavantSolutions4HIT (SOS4HIT) and the journey that led you to become a healthcare informatics expert?
What do you see as the most significant upcoming trends or advancements in the healthcare industry, and how do you envision SOS4HIT contributing to these changes?
How is SOS4HIT making a difference in the healthcare landscape?