Informatics Training in Place Program (I-TIPP)
The Informatics Training in Place Program (I-TIPP) is a pilot program aimed at addressing public health informatics (PHI) training needs at CDC and in state and local health departments. I-TIPP is designed to build informatics knowledge and skills of workers while they remain on their jobs. I-TIPP fellows gain access to an array of CDC resources and informatics subject matter experts, and apply new information directly to projects while on-the-job.
Benefits to I-TIPP Fellows
- Achieve informatics competencies through case-based learning
- Gain experience in solving problems related to Meaningful Use, electronic health records, and electronic laboratory reporting
- Gain access to training resources related to CDC informatics projects
- Complete an I-TIPP project related to Meaningful Use of electronic health records, electronic laboratory reporting, or integration of public health and health care information systems
Benefits to CDC and State and Local Health Departments
- Build capacity to implement projects related to Meaningful Use, electronic health records, and electronic laboratory reporting
- Enhance integration of public health and health care information systems
- Develop partnerships within and outside CDC that contribute to sustainable informatics workforce development
- Cultivate an environment that supports lifelong learning for the informatics workforce
For more information about I-TIPP, email ITIPP@cdc.gov.
For more about CDC's Public Health Informatics Fellowship, visit http://www.cdc.gov/phifp/.
- Page last reviewed: August 30, 2013
- Page last updated: August 30, 2013
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