Travis Masonis Headshot

Travis Masonis

Adjunct Faculty

Travis Masonis - tmmscl

Travis Masonis

Adjunct Faculty

Travis Masonis - tmmscl

Bio

BS, Information Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
MS, Healthcare Informatics Administration, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY

Mr. Masonis has worked in various technology support positions for over fifteen years; specializing in health care for the last eight years. Currently, he serves as CIO & Vice President of Information Technology at Jewish Senior Life. He previously worked at Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville, NY, where he had been the Director of IT Infrastructure.

Travis is a member of the advisory panel for healthsystemcio.com; serves on Digital Rochester Board of Directors as Director of Digital Rochester’s IT Leaders Special Interest Group; and, holds a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.

Travis is the lead instructor for the programs Health Care Informatics course. Students site that he provided detailed feedback which “really helped me to know whether I was interpreting material correctly.” They consistently comment on his ability to engaged them in thought provoking discussions that challenge their continued development as health care leaders.

Currently Teaching

HLTH-608
3 Credits
This course discusses the delivery system of health care in the US. Specifically, the course will review the current status of American health care including research into population demographics and health and the concept of wellness and prevention. Following this a review of international health care models will occur to consider best practice as alternative care models for consideration for the US. In addition, the students will develop, for their area of interest and expertise, a strategy for incremental or radical innovation in how we provide health care to our constituents.
HLTH-760
3 Credits
This course is intended to explore current challenges in the health care system, and how the ability to understand and apply health data and associated health care information technology (IT) tools can improve the quality and cost of health care services. Students will learn about regulations, standards, and rules which impact health IT. The course will include a review of current and future health care technology tools and associated data collection, storage and exchange practices; and utilize applied case studies allowing students to demonstrate their ability to use health care information technology systems and data analytics to improve patient and provider outcomes. The role of technology will also be explored as it relates to strategy, adoption levels, care settings, and patient engagement.