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Stacie Kreinbrink

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Stacie Kreinbrink, Instructor
Health Information Management, Teaching and Learning Coordinator
College of Health Professions
M.Ed. from University of Toledo, 2013
MBA from University of Toledo, 2010
Online Campus
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With over a decade of professional experience in healthcare information management and cancer registry, Stacie Kreinbrink serves as both an instructor and a teaching and learning coordinator for the Health Information Management programs in the College of Health Professions. Instructor Kreinbrink obtained a Master’s in Business Administration with a focus in leadership and development in addition to a Master’s in Education with a focus in educational technology. Instructor Kreinbrink holds the current credentials of Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR).

Instructor Kreinbrink brings extensive experience to the classroom from various roles working with the electronic health record, oncology data development, privacy and security as well as healthcare compliance. These roles took place in hospital acute care settings, outpatient settings, as well as independent consulting. Instructor Kreinbrink has also overseen the HIM department at a large teaching and academic hospital while leading the document imaging implementation project as part of the digital hospital initiative. Instructor Kreinbrink brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom.

Instructor Kreinbrink’s philosophy of teaching is based on the fundamental principle that students are at the center of everything that she does, and are equally involved in the learning process. In addition to ensuring that students learn and retain the fundamental concepts and learning objectives of the courses that she teaches, her goal is to also facilitate the students acquisition of lifelong learning skills, enhance their development of problem solving skills, and prepare them to be high functioning as health information practitioners in the industry. The students that she serves today will be the professionals of tomorrow that help to shape the future of the Health Information industry.

Ensuring that today’s students are offered a learning experience that will equip them with the knowledge, skills and abilities to be successful in the industry is a task that instructor Kreinbrink is proud to have. To ensure that she is always striving to reach her personal teaching goal, she practices continual reflection of the following two questions: “What impact is my teaching making on the students and their learning?” and “How are my students going to impact the industry upon graduation?”