HEALTHCARE SECURITY FORUM: A HIMSS EVENT

Boston, MA
Oct. 15-16, 2018

Margarita Gonzalez

Branch Chief, Socio-Technical Systems Division
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

Margarita Gonzalez is a Branch Chief, Socio-Technical Systems Division, at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the applied research arm of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Gonzalez is the Chief of the Policy & Usability Branch in the Socio-Technical Systems Division at GTRI. Her multi-faceted experience is shaped by her involvement in the development and implementation of projects/programs in health education and wellness, mental health, social services, and international development. Gonzalez has an advanced degree in International Affairs from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia with an emphasis in Peace and Conflict Resolution.  

Currently, Gonzalez co-leads a comprehensive, multi-year, multi-million-dollar software modernization and cloud migration effort in support of the U.S Army Community Services (ACS). She is responsible for: (1) Crafting the innovation and integration strategy across the ACS enterprise; (2) Co-leading the multi-disciplinary team comprised of software developers, QA/IA engineers, user experience designers, social scientists, data scientists, content strategists, public health specialists, business and policy analysts; (3) And designing the integration of emerging technologies to support the strategic development of the ACS enterprise (i.e. Data Analytics and Mobile). The ACS is expected to modernize the service delivery for almost 20 social programs in the U.S. Army and revolutionize the overall quality of care afforded to Army families. Additionally, Gonzalez serves as “defacto” Research Strategist at GTRI in identifying opportunities to solve socio-technical challenges at the intersection of healthcare, behavioral health and social services.

October 15, 2018
4:00pm - 4:30pm
American Ballroom

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