APHI Nexus 2021

Toward Public Health 3.0: Cultivating the Culture of a Data-Driven Learning Organization

After reviewing the expectations and capabilities of a  Public Health 3.0 mindset, the session focuses on changes in organizational culture needed to fully embrace the analytic potential of Public Health 3.0 and seeing health departments as mission-driven learning organizations.

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BREAKOUT C FACILITATOR:

Jonathan Ong 

Jonathan Ong, BS, PMP; Senior Health Manager, Public Health Informatics Program, Mecklenburg County Public Health

Jonathan Ong is currently the Senior Health Manager of Mecklenburg County Health Department. He oversees applications, analytics and data strategy and provides guidance on health informatics, innovation and strategy. Prior to moving to North Carolina mid-2018, Jonathan provided analytics, business intelligence and strategy for St. Barnabas Hospital (SBH) Health System in the Bronx area of New York. His first year managing the Analytics department contributed in generating over $4 Million in a managed care quality incentive payments. Jonathan is seasoned in the field of program management and organizational development with more than fifteen years of experience as a consultant, program manager and trainer. His dynamic experience in facilitating seminars and trainings includes topics in leadership, health care processes and Total Quality Management (TQM) to name a few. Jonathan is a Project Management Professional (PMP Certified). Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and Certified Health Technology Specialist (CHTS [HIT Pro]) as an Implementation Manager and Trainer.

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BREAKOUT C FACILITATOR:

Franck Diaz Garelli

PhD, Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences, UNC Charlotte

Dr. Franck Diaz Garelli, PhD, MS, is an assistant professor at UNC Charlotte in the Public Health Sciences department. His research interests include minority and disadvantaged populations, health disparities, chronic diseases, and global health, health informatics, large dataset analysis, quantitative methods, and simulations.