Rogers research focuses on how the use of information technology in complex settings can change the way people work. She is specifically looking at how healthcare practitioners use clinical information management systems and the role of technology in patient safety. Rogers teaches courses in human-computer interaction, healthcare informatics, health information technology design and human factors in engineering. She is also the head of the College of Computing & Informatics' Women in Tech Initiative.
Her professional experience includes serving as a research scientist for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Getting at Patient Safety (GAPS) Center. While working at the center, she applied usability testing and cognitive work analysis to study how electronic medical records affected patient safety and clinicians’ workflow.
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