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Rebecca Fein

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Rebecca Fein is a long-time healthcare informatics leader with over 10 years of experience in assisting organizations with their health informatics needs. she has a deep understanding of health informatics practice from the early days to modern data management in a constantly evolving, complicated healthcare data landscape and how these practices fit together to improve outcomes for healthcare.


Rebecca earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Hope College, her Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management from the University of Phoenix, her Master of Science in Applied Health Informatics from Bryan University and her Doctorate of Health Science in Global Health from A.T. Still University.

Professional Background

Rebecca is currently serving as the Senior Medical Policy Research Consultant for Blue Cross Blue Shield Minnesota via Hollstadt Consulting. Previous to that, she was Population Health Data Analyst at The North Carolina Health Information Exchange Authority, where she oversaw complicated population health data projects including chronic disease management, maternal health, and controlled substance reporting.

Rebecca built the health informatics program from the ground up at Laboratory Informatics Institute. She is the recipient of the Coronovision Gold Award for 2020 along with her colleague, Dr. Leila Kalanakesh.

Motivation for Teaching

Rebecca believes very strongly in mentoring the next generation of informatics leadership and is very passionate about finding opportunities to lift others up. Her time in informatics has taught her that the better equipped the next generation is to meet the challenges of modern data management, the better and she hopes to play an instrumental role in providing this knowledge.

Helping Students Be Successful

Rebecca teaches her students about health informatics practice with storytelling of real-life examples, and provides hands-on opportunities at every turn. Rebecca believes strongly in a collaborative approach where students are encouraged to come up with solutions to complicated problems. She sees her role as a guide on a student’s journey to knowledge.