The Stephens College School of Health Sciences has announced that it has selected a new program director for the Health Information Administration program.
Susan Heyde has over 20 years of teaching experience in Health Information Administration and Management. She most recently was Health Information Management Program Director at Georgia Piedmont Technical College, where she facilitated the successful initial CAHIIM accreditation for the program.
Heyde obtained her Bachelor of Science in Marketing/Advertising with a secondary teaching certification from Ferris State University and then went on to complete her Master of Arts in Education at Ball State University and her Master’s in Health Informatics and Information Management at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
“Susan has hit the ground running and I am certain she will lead our longstanding HIA program into renewed excellence,” said Dr. Julia Moffitt, Dean of the School of Health Sciences.
Heyde started June 1.