College of Management and Technology
School of Technology and Applied Science
Doctor of Information Technology (DIT)
Jon McKeeby has been teaching graduate computer science, information technology and health information since 2001. McKeeby's role at Walden is that of an Adjunct Professor. Professional experience has been 28 years with the Federal Government with the last 13 years as the CIO of the NIH Clinical Center managing over 120 staff and 160 systems including the Electronic Health Record for the NIH CC. He is a CPHIMS and CPHI certified as well as a member of AHIMA, HIMSS, and CHIME. He was in the top 100 Federal Health Informaticists for 2018.
ITEC 8203 - Lead IT in Dynamic Environment
ITEC 8150 - Principles Software Engineer
ITEC 6655 - Data Warehousing and BI
ITEC 8145 - Enterprise Database Design
Doctor of Science, George Washington University - Washington, United States
MS, Bowling Green State University - Bowling Green, OH United States
Awards / Honors
Federal Health IT Top 100, 2018
Mckeeby, J. W., Coffey, T. (2018). Chapter 40: The EHR in Clinical Research. .
Mckeeby, J. W., Coffey, P., Starr, M., Lardner, M. (2018). The Role of Information Governance in the Implementation of Patient Portals. Journal of AHIMA.
Mckeeby, J. W., Coffey, P., Postal, S., Houston, S. (2016). Lessons Learned from an Electronic Health Record Down. Perspectives in Health Information Management.
Mckeeby, J. W., PAtel, J. (2018). Patel, J., McKeeby, J. (2018). Pharmacogenomics within the EHR. HIMSS.
Mckeeby, J. W., Rekik , I. (2018). Rekik, I., McKeeby, J., (2018). Building a Security Management Plan for Networked Medical Devices.
Mckeeby, J. W., Rekik, I. (2018). Rekik, I., McKeeby, J., (2018). Is My Organization Ready for a cybersecurity threat? Assessment and setting up plans. . University of Maryland, Nursing School.