Dan Feinberg became the director of the interdisciplinary Master of Science in Health Informatics program in 2009. His background encompasses technology, health care, and business, and he has served as the president of the New England Health Information Management Systems Society.
Prior to assuming his current position, he founded several companies, the most recent of which was RetinaCheck, a health-care IT and medical device company. He also had been the project manager for an electronic medical record system for mental health providers. He holds an MBA with a healthcare management certificate from Boston University.
Industry Expertise (1)
Health Care - Services
Areas of Expertise (4)
Healthcare Information Technology
Northeastern University: Ed.D., Curriculum and Leadership 2017
Questrom School of Business - Boston University: M.B.A., Healthcare Management 2006
Brandeis University: B.A., Political Science and Government 1998
Selected Articles (1)
WOMEN’S SELF-IDENTIFIED SOURCES OF STUDENT SUPPORT IN A MASTER’SLEVEL HEALTH INFORMATICS DATABASE COURSENortheastern University
2017 This study examined the supports that female students sought out and found of value in an online database design course in a health informatics master’s program. A target outcome was to help inform the practice of faculty and administrators in similar programs. Health informatics is a growing field that has faced shortages of qualified workers who understand the business, health care, and technical issues involved.