Julie Meek, PhD, RN
Community & Health Systems
Center for Academic Affairs
Director of DNP Program, Clinical Professor
Phone: (317) 278-6148
Nursing E429, Indianapolis
MSN, Indiana University
BSN, Ball State University
Prior to joining IUSON as faculty in 2008, Julie A. Meek, PhD, RN was founder and CEO of The Haelan Group, a predictive modeling and health coaching company that she founded in 1995. Under her tenure, Haelan achieved best-in-class healthcare cost control for their employer clients and significantly impacted the health management industry by developing high-risk predictive modeling (U.S. Patent, 2009) and health coaching methods. Haelan, a key start-up for Indiana's emerging life sciences industry, was the first entrant and successful graduate of the Indiana University Emerging Technology Center, bringing 60 new jobs to central Indiana and winning 11 awards for growth, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit. Dr. Meek joined IUSON in 2008, quickly becoming part of the core team that developed and earned approval and grant support for the start-up and accreditation of the DNP program. She continues to direct the DNP program as evaluation and health systems liaison. Dr. Meek was awarded the IU Trustee Teaching Award in 2012. Her research interests include predictive modeling and pedagogical reform including ePortfolio, online quality standards, and the impact of service learning and reflection on student learning.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA D09HP22618). (July 1, 2011-June 30, 2014). Developing clinical nurse experts and leaders through a DNP program.
Teladoc, LLC. (December 20, 2010-December 31, 2013). Predictive model development related to use of telephonic primary care services.
Fathauer, L., & Meek, J. A. (2012). Initial implementation and evaluation of a Hepatitis C treatment clinical decision support system (CDSS): A nurse practitioner-driven quality improvement initiative. Applied Clinical Informatics, 3, 337-348.
Meek, J. A. (2012). Accountable care organizations: Predictive modeling challenges and opportunities for case management. Professional Case Management, 17(1), 15-21. (Selected for CE credit by Editor).
Meek, J. A., Lee, M., Jones, J., Mutea, N., & Prizevoits, A. (2012). Using podcasts to help students apply health informatics concepts: Benefits and unintended consequences. Computers, Informatics and Nursing, 30(8), 426-439.
Meek, J. A. (2009). Creating organizational soul in a small business. In R. Bellingham (Ed.), Creating organizational soul: The source of positive change and transformation (pp. 35-41). Amherst, MA: HRD Press.
Meek, J. A. (2008, April). What every high-growth company should know about managing health care costs. InBiz Magazine, 44-45.