Prasanthi Kodthala

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Prasanthi Kodthala, PharmD

MS Student

I am a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm-D) graduate in India. I worked as a clinical research coordinator and drug information services internDuring my internship, I was collaborated with health care providers and worked closely by rendering clinical services like Drug-Drug Interactions, ADR monitoring, Prescription. Currently am a student at IUPUI, pursuing MS in Health Informatics.

Where are you from?
I was born and brought up from the southern part of India.

Why are you here?
I believe hard work is the key for success to achieve anything. New technology can be an integral part of medicine, and health informatics is no exception. The development and combination of computer and medical science have opened the doors for medical specialists and given patients a better chance at getting the best treatment possible. This drove me to pursue Masters in Health Informatics. I am enthusiastic to figure out how health field consolidated with innovation and informatics can affect patient care. With hard work, in the next few years, I would like to see myself as a clinical analyst or clinical information manager by promoting the effective organization, analysis and use of information in healthcare. My areas of interests include EHRs, Data Analytics.

What do you do?
Currently am associated in and providing my best services to IUPUI. As majoring in Health Informatics, I intend to do lot of data manipulation of health records as a part of my research. I hope my major provides a bridge to my research and my research provides much more knowledge in my ongoing education. I am actively involved in user testing in the current research.

What are your skills?
As stepping into the world of technology, I am still accumulating the needed necessary tech skills to be much more proficient to achieve my goals.

What are your hobbies?
I love reading books. I like traveling to different places and exploring things around. I enjoy doing arts and crafts in my leisure time.


Submitted by prasanthikodthala on Thu, 01/19/2017 - 19:59