Maiko Minami

Maiko Minami brings a diverse experience in public health and healthcare informatics to the HLN team. While currently a project manager, Maiko previously served as a senior business analyst at HLN with a concentration in standards and systems development for public health and health information systems. She has worked in the past to support a variety of national efforts, including facilitating the development of Syndromic Surveillance standards and recommendations for Meaningful Use, and the development of a national Newborn Dried Blood Screening (NDBS) HL7 Laboratory Orders and Results Implementation Guide. In addition, she worked as a project coordinator for the State-Level Health Information Exchange Program, aimed at providing technical assistance for states through the Office of the National Coordinator’s (ONC) State Health Information Exchange Cooperative Agreement Program. Previous projects have included development of Los Angeles County’s Countermeasure and Response Administration (CRA) system. Currently, Maiko is supporting HLN’s work with electronic case reporting and our ICE Open Source immunization forcaster.

Maiko received her Bachelor of Arts at the University of California at Berkeley. She furthered her technical education at Columbia University through the Computer Technology and Applications program, with an emphasis in Database Application Development and Design.