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Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health Information Technology

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The Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT) is a new interdisciplinary research and development center at Johns Hopkins. CPHIT seeks to improve the health and well-being of populations by advancing the state-of-the-art of Health IT across public and private health organizations and systems.


CPHIT currently has an open Assistant or Associate Faculty position within the Health Policy and Management Department.

For a full job description and information on how to apply, CLICK HERE.


Exciting opportunity to take FREE Health Information Technology Training

JHU CPHIT has partnered with the Office of the National Coordinator to jointly offer e-Learning courses designed for busy, working adults to upgrade their skills in the transforming healthcare industry. The courses are open-access and free to the public, and are an opportunity for workforce development.

The instructional materials are in five areas relevant to improved care delivery: population health, care coordination and interoperable health IT systems, value-based care, healthcare data analytics and patient-centered care.

Courses are available directly at Learn HIT.


Watch the ONC Training Videos on YouTube

For more information on course structure and components, click here.






This is an exciting time for the health IT and e-health fields!  Few areas of technology are evolving as rapidly, and over the coming decade, few domains are expected to have a greater impact on public health and health care practice.


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View our most recent presentations and lectures here.

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