Leitheiser, Robert

At UW-Whitewater

University - Faculty/Staff
Office Phone
(262) 472-1468
Office Location
HH 3410

Management Information Systems
University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
BS - Engineering
Industrial Engineering
University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee

Association of Information Systems Professionals
September 2009 - Current
IEEE-Computing Society
September 2001 - Current
Society for Information Management
October 1991 - Current
Association for Computing Machinery
September 1980 - Current

Information Exposure Model: A Framework for Individual Assessment of Risk and Benefits from using a Website.
Roger Yin
Big Data?
Careers in IT: Looking Back and Looking Ahead
Data Behind the Doctor: Health Care Data Management
Making Business Intelligent:Using Data effectively to Avoid Becoming an Oxymoron.

Information Exposure Model: A Framework for Individual Assessment of Risks and Benefits From Using a Website
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 16 Iss. 3 Pg. 99-107
Determining Information Requirements for Mobile Users in a Knowledge Economy
ACM SIG OSRA - Organizational System Research Association
Vol. online Pg. 12 pages
Teaching the Process of Requirements Analysis: Using Comparative Experiments to Inform Teaching Practice
International Conference on Informatics Education Research (ICIER)

The Water Council
Developed specifications for an information system expansion to support a new technology commercialization initiative of the Water Council.
Community Connect
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Developed a plan and facilitated the implementation of crucial reporting and dashboard features for an integrated healthcare system to participating independent private practices.
ProHealth Care
Supported the roll-out of executive and operational dashboards as part of a major system installation.
ProHealth Care
Develop a strategic plan for enterprise-wide reporting for the organization.
ProHealth Care - Reporting
Developed reports for a new healthcare integrated system.
Shorewood School District
Shorewood WI
Working with community members and district employees to design and create a data warehouse to support external reporting and internal decision making.
ProHealth Care
Research and analyze the data storage and reporting requirements for a new Accountable Care Organization. Develop recommendations for the new organization.
ProHealth Care
Develop a plan to merge clinical and business data from two separate clinic systems. A merger of the clinics resulted in changes in health record and practice management information systems and necessitates a new architecture for data warehousing.
ProHealth Care
Developing a detailed proposal for a datamart for the Waukesha Elmbrook Health Care independent physicians organization. The data would come from multiple sources and be cleaned and integrated into a single reporting database.
ProHealth Care
Created extract processes for generating extract files for multiple external users including Center for Disease Control and Thomson Analytics.
ProHealth Care
Created extract processes for generating extract files for multiple external users including Center for Disease Control and Thomson Analytics.
ProHealth Care Inc
Converted process for loading data into a data warehouse from low level scripts to a high level ETL environment.
ProHealth Care
Waukesha Wisconsin
Analyzed, designed, programmed, tested and implemented a process to extract data from an operational clinical health care system and load it into a data warehouse to support decision making.
ProHealth Care
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Evaluated a new high level software tool to automate the design, creation and monitoring of ETL processes. Began conversion of existing process to new process.
Wisconsin Office of Rural Health
Did an information needs survey for the office. More than 20 hours.
ProHealth Care
Developed business intelligence reporting and developed data quality monitoring and improvement processes. Required over 480 hours.
ProHealth Care
Supported the conversion of a data warehouse to a new source system. A major effort requiring 360 hours.

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