Clinical Informatics

Clinical Informatics

Alfred Cecchetti, PhD, MSc, MSc IS

Clinical Informatics Data Architect

The Clinical Informatics Core Facility has been created to establish an informatics infrastructure to support clinical and translational research in Appalachia West Virginia. Our mission is to transform the health and healthcare of West Virginians through leading-edge clinical informatics technologies.

What is Clinical Informatics?

  • Clinical Informatics is a multidisciplinary profession on the cutting edge which utilizes Information Technologies and Information Management techniques and integrates them into the health care arena.
  • The ultimate goals are to:
    • Improve the quality of healthcare
    • Reduce costs
    • Increase efficiencies and productivity in all areas of health care

Services Offered

The Clinical Informatics Department offers a variety of services that can assist you or your department with Clinical and Translational Research. To request access or additional information on the services provided, please click on the boxes below.

Faculty/Graduate Assistants

Cecchetti
Alfred Cecchetti, PhD, MSc, MSc IS
Clinical Informatics Data Architect
DCTS

Phone: (304) 691-1834
cecchetti@marshall.edu

Schafer
Christopher Schafer, CHTS-PW
Data Integrity Analyst
DCTS

Phone: (304) 691-1842
schafer4@marshall.edu

Schafer
Niharika Bhardwaj
Graduate Assistant
Systems Analyst

Schafer
Raj Kodali
Graduate Assistant
Programmer/GPS

Schafer
Gouthami Kothakapu
Graduate Assistant
Programmer/RedCap/i2b2/SQL Specialist

Schafer
Debra Stinson
Graduate Assistant
Systems Documentation/SQL Specialist