A Senior Project Manager since 2001, Mike Berry wears many hats at HLN: manager, consultant, and software developer.
He has staffed and managed health information systems projects for HLN in Philadelphia, New York City, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Washington. His work is focused on public health registries, connecting public health and Health Information Exchange (HIE), standards-based messaging and interoperability architecture, privacy and security in HIE and person-matching technologies for integrated systems.
He currently leads HLN’s public health systems projects for the Rhode Island Department of Health. He is a subject matter expert on state-level HIE cooperative agreement technical assistance, and a consultant to the Strategic Healthcare IT Advanced Research Projects on Security (SHARPS) project at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Mike is a developer and relationship manager for HLN projects at the University of Pennsylvania.
Previously, he managed Vermont's participation in the Health Information Security and Privacy Collaborative (HISPC), led Public Health Information Network (PHIN) architecture assessments in Rhode Island and New Hampshire, assisted the New Hampshire Department of Health with standards-based Hospital Associated Infection reporting, and was a lead facilitator and editor of the Vermont Health Information Technology Plan.
He also created HLN's web-based project tracking, survey analysis, and systems inventory software, proprietary tools used across public health and non-profit client engagements.
Mike brings a deep technical understanding, as well as crisp written and oral expression skills to any project he undertakes. He holds a B.S.E. in Computer Science Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.