Hi, I'm Max Saber
I'm a Systems Engineer and an Adjunct Professor of Healthcare Administration and Business
I'm a clinical informaticist and healthcare information system engineer with more than ten years of specialized experience with niche market electronic health record systems, system architecture, and clinical/technical project management. I'm typically best placed in a room to bridge knowledge gaps between clinical, technical, and administrative teams and translate needs, requirements, and expectations between the three groups. I have been awarded the Innovative Solutions Award in 2019 for implementing new clinical EHR technology in an academic setting while managing a diverse project team of clinical and non-clinical staff and faculty.
Additionally, I also hold adjunct faculty appointments with both the School of Healthcare Business and the School of Pharmacy at MCPHS University. In these two departments, I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in data visualization, health informatics, human factor technology design, and statistical data analysis.
I received my Doctorate in Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Information Systems and Leadership from the Medical University of South Carolina where I worked with Dr. Kit Simpson, DrPH (chair), Dr. Annie Simpson, Ph.D., and Dr. Daniel Brinton, Ph.D.. My dissertation on expected medical events of falls, fractures, confusion, and delirium for patients taking Beers' Criteria medications was completed and successfully defended in November 2020.