HIMSS Management Engineering and Process Improvement (ME-PI) Community presents

Introduction to Healthcare Systems Engineering

Presented by










Hisham Nabaa

Professor of Practice
Director of Healthcare Systems Engineering Program

Digital Imaging and Robotics

Integrating scientific values of systems engineering to determine the most efficient and optimal methods to manage healthcare systems and support patient care

April 4, 2014 - 11:00AM Central

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By attending a ME-PI Community Meeting you will receive 1.0 CEU credits for CPHIMS and CAHIMS certifications. 








Mr. Nabaa was appointed Professor of Practice in Industrial and Systems Engineering and Director of the Healthcare Systems Engineering Program in May 2011. As a new director, Hisham was responsible for developing and launching the HSE program. Presently, he works with Lehigh faculty to coordinate research projects between the healthcare delivery organizations and HSE, teaching new healthcare systems courses, and organizing and supervising student projects in the program’s capstone course.  He also establishes relationships with industry leaders, such as Mayo Clinic, Bayada Home Health Care, Highmark, Capital BlueCross, Welch Allyn, FDA and other government agencies.  In addition, Hisham establishes and works with the HSE Industry Advisory Council providing direction for the program.

Mr. Nabaa earned a Master’s of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Wilkes University in1996, focusing on digital image processing and robotics. He has served as manager of design/test engineering at PRIMUS Technologies, and as director of MIS for Mercy Health Partners Wilkes-Barre. More recently, he served as Director of Engineering Operations and Strategy for Wilkes University’s division of Engineering & Physics. His skills and experience include systems consulting, client relations, healthcare IT, streamline programs, reducing processing time, and producing creative management reporting tools.