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Jon McKeeby, DSc


Dr. McKeeby's federal career began in the Medical Record Department while he completed his doctorate in computer science at George Washington University. He went on to head development and web teams for the CC’s information systems department, which eventually split into the Department of Networks and Applications and the Department of Clinical Research Informatics.

McKeeby led the development and implementation of interfaces between MIS, the CC’s original medical information system, and CRIS for other key information systems, including radiology, hospital statistics, nutrition, and surgery.

Since 2005 Dr. McKeeby has taught several courses in Kaplan University’s Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science in Information Technology Program as an adjunct assistant professor as well at the Masters of Science in Information Technology at the University of Maryland University College.

Honors and Awards

Dr. McKeeby has received four team Clinical Center Director’s Awards for his work on SACRED, an automated credentialing system; PACSweb implementation; CRIS implementation; DTI Implementation. An individual Clinical Center Director’s Award for his contributions to the CC. He has shared two NIH Director’s team award for intramural protocol data-management services and the CC Travel Team.

Selected Publications

Cimino, James; Farnum, Lincoln; Cochran, Kelly; Moore, Steven; Sengstack, Patricia & McKeeby, Jon. (2010). Interpreting nurses' responses to clinical documentation alerts. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2010 Nov 13;2010:116-20.

Haerian, K; McKeeby, Jon; DiPatrizio, Gary & Cimino, James. (2009). Use of clinical alerting to improve the collection of clinical research data. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2009 Nov 14;2009:218-22.

Heller, Rachelle S. & McKeeby, Jon W. (1993). Computing Access in Public Spaces: A Case Study. Interactive Learning Environments, 3 (1), 77–89.

King, Jerry; McKeeby, Jon W. & Bayless, Jennifer. (1995). SACRED: An Automated Credentialing System. Topics in Health Information Management, 15(4).

Leventhal, Laura M.; McKeeby, Jon W. & Mynatt, Barbara T. (1991). Screen Keyboards: An Empirical Study of the Effects of Shape and Character Layout. In H. J. Bullinger (Ed.), Human Aspects in Computing: Design and Use of Interactive Systems and Work with Terminals (pp. 108–112). New York: Elsevier Science.

Way, Cynthia & McKeeby, Jon. (2008). Systems Thinking as a Team Building Approach. The Systems Thinker, Volume 19, No. 8, Oct 2008.

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