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Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences and Information Technology Update, November, 2022

Computing Sciences and Information Technology Division – CSIT

Community and Regional Event
On November 18-19, the CSIT division hosted CodeDay, organized by Game faculty Alexa Summers and student Ashraf Musleh. CodeDay is a 24-hour computer programming event designed for students of all ages ranging from middle school to college-age. Workshops were hosted by JCCC volunteers in Construct 3, Unity Engine, and Unreal Engine to teach those with no programming experience. A total of 58 students spent the full 24-hours coding and put together presentations for parents on Sunday morning. Awards were given out by judges to the top-rated creations.

Medical Information & Revenue Management (MIRM)

Special Events
MIRM 148: Medical Coding Internship students participated in the CSIT Reverse Career Fair on Friday, November 11, 2022. Students met with local employers, including Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics, Netsmart Technologies, United Health Group, and WellSky. Students had the opportunity to practice their interview skills, including sharing their “elevator pitch,” resume, and LinkedIn profiles. Students concluded the event with new industry connections, much-appreciated advice for the future, and invitations to share their information with company recruiters!

Web Development and Digital Media – WEB

Community Outreach
Johnson County Community College hosted the Olathe 8th Grade Career Expo Event on Nov. 2nd. 8th grade students were given the opportunity to interview individuals representing various industries at the event. The CSIT division had a booth where Whitney Bandel joined other faculty from the division in answering industry questions and providing pamphlets and information about the various programs offered at JCCC.

Whitney Bandel represented the Web Development department at the JCCC CSIT Reverse Career Fair on Nov. 11th. She provided mentorship to students by reviewing resumes, cover letters, and portfolios and answering industry related questions.

Olathe North high school students visited the JCCC campus on Nov. 16th. Web Development chair Whitney Bandel joined CIS chair Suzanne Smith, IT-Networking chair Andrew Lutz, and Game faculty Alexa Summers in giving presentations on their respective disciplines. Students were given a tour of the campus facilities.

Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences and Information Technology Division – CSIT Update – October, 2022

Health Information Systems (HCIS)

HCIS students and employer partners, WellSky and Children’s Mercy, are participating in the CSIT Reverse Career Fair November 11, 2022.  The event is hosted by the JCCC Career Development Center.

Health Information Systems students participated in the virtual HIMSS Workforce Skills and Career Growth Open House.

Medical Information & Revenue Management (MIRM)

Conference Presentations and Accepted Publications

Amanda Kraus participated in the NISOD International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence, May 30-31, 2022, in Austin, TX. Together with Lori Brooks, HCIS, Nan Abbot, HCIS, Jonathan Smith, program mentor, and Amanda Cavner, program mentee, the team presented Building an Academic Division & Professional Organization Mentorship Program: Program Model, Easy Implementation and Sustainability Steps. The presentation focused on the importance of partnering with a local professional organization, how to create a lasting program framework, and program maintenance/sustainability.

Local Recognition

Amanda Kraus has been elected to serve as the Membership Chair for the Greater Kansas City Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) chapter, 2022-2024. This organization works to improve the future of healthcare through connection, collaboration, and learning. Members represent healthcare facilities throughout the Greater Kansas City area, and include providers, vendors, facility IT, educators, and students, to name a few.

Special Events

Medical Coding Internship students participated in a StrengthsFinder workshop with Mary Brady from the Career Development Center on Monday, September 19, 2022. Students examined their “Top 5 Strengths” and learned how each strength coincides with a leadership theme. This class excels in Execution and Relationship Building – getting things done … nicely!

Faculty from MIRM and HCIS conducted a Health IT Bootcamp on Friday, September 23, 2022. This event brought students from Blue Valley, Louisburg, Paola, Shawnee Mission Northwest, and Spring Hill high schools to campus to explore the electronic health record (EHR) from both a patient- and provider-perspective, as well as learn about healthcare reimbursement.

Web Development and Digital Media – (WEB)

Student Employment

Alumni Patrick Hangauer has recently been employed as a Drupal Developer at Forum One.

Community Outreach

Whitney Bandel represented the Web Development department at the JCCC Virtual Networking Fair. She provided mentorship to students as they practiced their elevator speeches and answered industry related questions.


Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences & Information Technology Division Update for May, 2022

Medical Information & Revenue Management (MIRM)

MIRM 148: Medical Coding Internship students participated in the CSIT Reverse Career Fair on Friday, April 22, 2022. Students met with employers and/or JCCC instructors and had the opportunity to practice their interview skills, including sharing of their “elevator pitch,” resume, and LinkedIn profiles. Students concluded the event with much-appreciated advice – and a few with requests to apply for positions!


MIRM faculty participated in the KCKPS CTE Spring Advisory Meeting on Tuesday, April 26, 2022. CTE initiatives and pathway highlights from the 2021-2022 academic year were shared, including presentations by KCKPS students!


MIRM faculty participated in the JCCC STEM Retreat on Thursday, May 19, 2022. Amanda Kraus (MIRM department chair) and Lori Brooks (HCIS department chair) presented a poster presentation re: the Health IT Career Mentorship Program. This program began as a Carl Perkins grant in 2019, connecting new HCIS and MIRM students with local industry professionals. It continues as a semester-long program, creating individualized opportunities for students – and setting them up to appreciate the benefits of career mentorship and professional networking throughout their educational and professional career.


Seven (7) MIRM students completed the Medical Coding Certificate program in May 2022. These students include: Jeanan Brown, Jessica Davis, Jaleh Esfandiary, Chelsea Long, Katherine Mendonsa, Amelie Scheller, Hasina Shahadara. Congratulations!


Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity

Faculty member Andrew Lutz will be presenting at the CAE Symposium in June on Establishing New K-12 Pathways. The department recently developed a pathway with Blue Valley Schools. The pathway provides students the opportunity to complete the JCCC Cybersecurity Certificate program tuition-free alongside their high school education. Successful students will receive both their diploma and Cybersecurity Certificate upon graduation from high school.


The department has partnered with Microsoft to join the Microsoft Learn for Educators Program (MSLE). MSLE provides academic institutions access to official curriculum and teaching tools. Through our Imagine Academy status and MSLE, we are offering our students official Microsoft curriculum and labs this Fall 2022 semester at no cost.

Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences & Information Technology Division

Computing Sciences and Information Technology (CSIT) Division

Computer Science (CIS)

CSIT Hosted Code Day which is a 24-hour, international computer programming event. This event was initiated by JCCC student Ashraf Musleh and supported by CSIT faculty Trisch Price, Alexa Summers and Rachel Singh. Twenty students aged 13 through 25 participated and worked in teams of one to six. Some teams working on creating games others worked on web-based projects. Small workshop sessions were held during the event to teach programming fundamentals. The weekend was sponsored by T-Mobile who provided food and inflatable beds for those who wanted some sleep.

Health Information Systems (HCIS)

Congratulations to Healthcare Information Systems Adjunct Professor Suzie Foley RN, BSN, CEN on her recent success in qualifying as a Certified Emergency Nurse.  Suzie has been an Emergency Department nurse on the front lines of the healthcare defense team during the COVID crisis.  Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN®) Is issued by the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing.

Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity


The Cybersecurity Competition in the IT 239-Ethical Hacking course has concluded, and we have two winners which both selected the CompTIA PenTest+ voucher as their prize. We are supporting students in their effort to attain certification.


Faculty member Andrew Lutz is working on a Carl Perkins grant which aims to help a group of 6 students become CompTIA A+ certified. Passing two exams is required for certification. 5 of the 6 students reported passing the first certification exam. Students will be attempting the second exam within the next month.



Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences and Information Technology Division – Update March, 2022

Health Information Systems (HCIS)

Medical Information and Revenue Management (MIRM)


HCIS and MIRM faculty members Amanda Kraus, Lori Brooks and Nan Abbot were selected to present at NISOD’s 2022 International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence in May 2022.  The title of their presentation is ‘Building Academic Division & Professional Organization Mentorship Program: Program Model, Easy Implementation and Sustainability Steps’.


Cindy Lingerfelt, HCIS Associate Professor, attended the 2022 HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) National Conference in Orlando, FL.


Health IT executive and JCCC HCIS Adjunct Professor Heidi Waldschmidt has a new leadership position with Tivity Health.  Since 2016, Heidi has shared her healthcare IT expertise with JCCC HCIS students. The HCIS program immerses students in a variety of industry relevant topics including the recent addition of our Healthcare Data Analytics course.


JCCC HCIS alumna and HCIS student mentor Somya Sriram passed the Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CAHIMS) exam sponsored by HIMSS. This credential demonstrates Somya’s professional knowledge in healthcare information and management systems to potential and current employers.


Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences & Information Technology Division Update – February, 2022

Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity

Andrew Lutz is working on a grant with Moraine Valley Community College to study existing designation programs nationally at the K-12 level. Results will be used by the NSA/DHS to inform the development of a potential cybersecurity designation program.

The department provided funding for 10 students to compete in the National Cyber League competition for the Spring 2022 semester. The competition provides an online platform where students can practice cybersecurity challenges.

The department is in the early phases of developing a Cloud Certificate. Supported by industry, this will provide students foundational knowledge in major cloud leader such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and Google

Johnson County Community College Update – January, 2022

Computing Sciences and Information Technology Division – CSIT

Health Information Systems – HCIS

National and Local Recognition

HCIS Department Chair Lori Brooks was selected to serve on the (Health Information Management Systems Society) HIMSS National Professional Certification Board, the national industry organization with over 100,000 members.  This board administers the HIMSS certification programs and designs the exams. This group oversees the performance of the exams, reviews and refines test items, develops new editions of the exams, contributes to plans for marketing and promoting the certifications, and provides consultation for maintenance of quality programs.

HCIS Associate Professor Cindy Lingerfelt will represent the CSIT Division at the Kansas Leadership Center Conference in February.

Student Success

A 2020 HCIS graduate was hired as the Statistical Research Specialist with Oklahoma Department of Health.

Local Partnership

The HCIS department has secured two new remote internships:  Atchison Community Health Clinic and Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Medication Information Management Department.


The HCIS Carl Perkins Grant’s resume project had its first student participant hired with the new resume completed through the grant.

The HCIS LinkedIn page gained 60 more followers in Fall 2021 semester.

Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity


The Information Technology-Networking department was recently accepted as a member of the United States Cyber Command Academic Engagement Network. We join 84 other colleges and universities. We are one of 14 community colleges. The goal of the network is to partner with the United States Cyber Command and other institutions to meet cyber educational requirements and workforce needs.


IT Faculty Andrew Lutz and Caleb Ludwick will attend Blue Valley parent night on January 27th to discuss our programs with interested students and their parents.


Hyland – Cloud Support Analyst 1

Cloud Support Analyst 1

Job ID: 2021-8308

Job Locations: Olathe, KS Office

Additional Locations: US-OH-Westlake | US-NE-Lincoln

Welcome to #HylandLife

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The Cloud Support Analyst is responsible for responding to and resolving customer requests for assistance with technical issues related to their solution.

What you will be doing

  • Troubleshoot and resolve basic issues utilizing company systems, utilities and support processes with assistance and direct oversight from team members
  • Provide regular and frequent communication to customer with oversight; ensure customer is fully advised as to the progress or delay to the resolution of their issue
  • Maintain ownership of and accountability for customer requests with oversight; maintain ownership of request and follow through consistently with resolution
  • Monitor and pick up support cases from customers requesting assistance via internal company system with oversight
  • Respond to inbound calls for products to support process or production down needs; create case and route to proper queue accordingly
  • Identifies and submits software defect cases to internal team for review
  • Contribute to internal documentation to fully reflect all activity related to resolution of support request
  • Adhere to the Change Control Policy for Cloud environments
  • Comply with all corporate and departmental privacy and data security policies and practices, including but not limited to, Hyland’s Information Systems Security Policy

What will make you successful

  • Associate’s Degree in Business or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the principal duties of the job
  • Experience in a customer service environment preferred
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Organizational, multi-tasking, and time management skills
  • Collaboration skills, applied successfully within a team as well as other areas
  • Oral and written communication skills that demonstrates a professional demeanor and the ability to interact with others both internally and externally
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  • Attention to detail
  • Sharp, fast learner with technology curiosity and aptitude
  • Ability to work varying shifts on an as needed basis to address customer and partner needs within their business hours
  • Up to 10% travel time required

Please note: The job duties and responsibilities of this role are unable to be performed in the State of Colorado at this time.


401(k) Retirement Savings. Flexible Schedule. Paid Time Off. Medical, Dental, Vision. Volunteer Paid Time Off. Wellness Reimbursement. Paid Parental Leave. Sabbatical Program. Hyland House Program.

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What you can expect next

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Johnson County Community College Computing Sciences & Information Technology Department Update – November, 2021

Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity

Student Success

A former student contacted Associate Professor Andrew Lutz to notify him that that they recently completed the CompTIA A+ certification. This is a valuable entry level certification that helps students increase their marketability.


The Information Technology- Networking department completed their second cybersecurity competition which is done in the IT 239- Ethical Hacking course each semester. Two students achieved perfect scores. The competition aims to provide students practical experience in penetration testing.


Johnson County Community College – Computing Sciences & Information Technology – Update for October 2021

Medical Information & Revenue Management (MIRM)

Special Events

MIRM 148: Medical Coding Internship students participated in a LinkedIn workshop with Ashley Kretzschmer from the Career Development Center on Monday, October 04, 2021. Students learned the importance of a strong LinkedIn profile, including how they are used by recruiters during the hiring process. Students were encouraged to take advantage of free resources, including the photo booth in the JCCC Co-Lab. Follow the JCCC Medical Information & Revenue Management LinkedIn page to connect with these students and view their profiles!


The Medical Information & Revenue Management (MIRM) department hosted its Fall Advisory Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 13, 2021, in conjunction with the Healthcare Information Systems (HCIS) department. Faculty shared current program metrics and proposed curriculum changes. Board discussion focused on employer partnerships, including student internships and the JCCC Health IT Career Mentorship Program. Industry updates were provided by attending Board members, including facility growth and expansion, federal grant funding, and reimbursement guidelines. The next meeting will be scheduled for Spring 2022.


Significant Student Accomplishments

Jacqueline Walsh, MIRM graduate (Fall 2020), successfully passed the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) credentialing examination. This is a nationally recognized certification, awarded by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).


Information Technology-Networking and Cybersecurity

Student Success

A student enrolled in the Information Technology program recently completed the Cisco Certified Networking Associate Certification (CCNA). The CCNA covers networking fundamentals, IP services, security fundamentals, and automation and programmability. It prepares students for entry level roles in networking. We are consistently encouraging students to pursue certification as it increases their marketability.