Diane Dolezel

EdD, RHIA
Assistant Professor
Texas State University
Dr. Diane Dolezel, RHIA, CHDA is an assistant professor in the HIM department at Texas State University where she teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in informatics, analytics, and data use; healthcare research and data analysis, and quality management. Ms. Dolezel earned a Doctorate of Education with a focus in Instructional Leadership. At the university level she serves on the faculty and student research forum. She has coedited and coauthored an informatics textbook Introduction to Health Care Informatics, 2nd edition, AHIMA Press. She has published several peer reviewed research articles on usability of web-based PHRs, data migration for EHRs, metadata, data analysis relational databases, and other informatics topics. She is a frequent speaker at national and regional AHIMA, HIMSS and TSAHP conferences on relational databases, electronically stored information, informatics, and data analytics. She worked in the information technology field for many years as a senior developer and consultant with significant experience in database programming and systems integration. At the university, she serves on the faculty student research forum. Professionally, she has served on the AHIMA Foundation Council for Academic Excellence, Faculty Development Workgroup, and, was awarded an AHIMA Merit Scholarship as a graduate student.
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