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Snyder makes appointment to Health Information Technology Commission
December 17, 2014
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Rozelle Hegeman-Dingle to the Health Information Technology Commission.
Housed within the Michigan Department of Community Health, the 13-member commission facilitates and promotes the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of Michigan's health care information infrastructure.
"Rozelle is an experienced professional and I am confident she will effectively serve the health care community,” said Snyder.
Hegeman-Dingle is a medical outcomes specialist for Pfizer Inc. She worked as a transplant pharmacotherapy specialist at the Henry Ford Hospital-Transplant Institute and has more than 24 years of experience in the pharmaceutical profession. Hegeman-Dingle is a member of the Oakland County Pharmacists Association board of directors and the Michigan Pharmacists Association. She earned a doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Michigan. She represents pharmaceutical manufacturers and fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Michael Gardner.
Hegeman-Dingle will serve the remainder of a four-year terms expiring Aug. 3, 2016. Her appointment is subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.