An epidemiologist by training, Natalie has over five years of experience working in public health informatics at both state and local government agencies. As an epidemiologist, Natalie has experience working on reportable disease surveillance activities, outbreak response, and case management. She holds her Master of Public Health degree from Indiana University, and graduated from the first class of CDC’s Informatics Training in Place Program (I-TIPP) fellowship. She is a certified HL7 Version 2.7 Control Specialist and has used these unique skill sets to meet the needs of communicable disease experts using the National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS).
Through her work on system design and development projects, electronic laboratory reporting (ELR), and NEDSS, Natalie brings her experience with public health standards and vocabularies to her role at JMC.