Sripriya Rajamani, MBBS, PhD, MPH, FAMIA

Sripriya Rajamani

6-174 Weaver-Densford Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
United States

My research interests are in public health informatics, the impact of information technology in public health practice and population health, adoption and use of standards and trying to measure and understand the impact of interoperability. I am also a practicing public health informatician with the Minnesota Department of Health and am involved with Minnesota e-Health initiatives. 



Public health informatics, e-Health, standards and interoperability


Clinical Associate Professor, Population Health and Systems Cooperative

PhD, Health Informatics, University of Minnesota, 2005

MBBS, Stanley Medical College, The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University

MPH, University of Minnesota, 2000

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Research Funding Grants

  • 2015–2017, Brown University, "Leveraging the EHR to Collect and Analyze Social, Behavioral & Family Factors," Co-Investigator


See a full list of publications on PubMed

Select Recent Publications

  • Soderberg K, Rajamani S, Wholey D, LaVenture M. "Health Reform in Minnesota: An Analysis of Complementary Initiatives Implementing Electronic Health Record Technology and Care Coordination," Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, Dec 2016
  • Rajamani S, Bieringer A, Wallerius S, Jensen D, Winden T, Muscoplat MH. "Direct and Electronic Health Record Access to the Clinical Decision Support for Immunizations in the Minnesota Immunization Information System," Biomedical Informatics Insights, Dec 2016
  • Rajamani S, Westra BL, Monsen KA, LaVenture M, Gatewood LC. "Partnership to promote interprofessional education and practice for population and public health informatics: A case study," Journal of Interprofessional Care, June 2015
  • Rajamani S, Bieringer A, Muscoplat M. "Characterizing the Access of Clinical Decision Support Offered by Immunization Information System in Minnesota," Online Journal of Public Health Informatics, Dec 2015



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