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Sep 18, 2018

Danielle Culberson is a Health Information Technology Specialist with the Michigan Public Health Institute.  In this role, Danielle assists providers around Michigan with electronic health record adoption.

“Rural health is one of the most important fields within healthcare, but also one of the most overlooked.” 

A Michigan native, she received her graduate degree in Health Informatics from the University of Michigan in 2017 and is passionate about all things health IT, especially when it comes to data.

Prior to her career at MPHI, she worked at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan as a Customer Service Representative for state of Michigan employees.

During her free time, she enjoys being a foodie, traveling to new locales, and lots and lots of reading.

During our interview, Danielle mentions a couple of websites.

For providers in Michigan, you can go to www.mceita.org.  When you get to the home page, scroll down to the very bottom and you will the a “contact us” form.  Fill that out and submit, and someone will get back to you within 24 to 48 hours.

For providers outside of Michigan, use this website:  www.qpp.coms.gov.gp

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