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MPH, BS, HL7 V2 Control Specialist
Sr. Data Exchange Consultant
Amanda Payne is an Informatician and trained Epidemiologist who has been working in Public Health and Laboratory Informatics for the past several years. She earned her Master of Public Health degree from Emory University, with a concentration in Global Epidemiology. She also completed a MicroMasters program in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Maryland Global Campus. She currently supports electronic messaging as a terminologist on several APHL projects including the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS), the Antibiotic Resistance Laboratory Network (ARLN), and COVID-19 Electronic Laboratory Reporting (CELR). She also serves as the Lead Trainer on multiple projects including the CSTE Reportable Conditions Knowledge Management System (RCKMS) and APHL Advancement of Electronic Case Reporting at Public Health Agencies.
Amanda has worked in public health informatics at both the federal and state level, and in both surveillance and laboratory settings. She has earned the HL7 Version 2.8 Control Specialist certificate and has experience in ELR validation and onboarding, implementing laboratory order and result interfaces (LOI/LRI), maintaining laboratory information management systems, requirements documentation, user support, and training development.
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