University of Cape Coast

  • Daniel Kwame Kwansah Quansah is an accomplished professional with over 10 years of experience in information technology and health information management. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Information Technology at KNUST, he holds an MPhil. in Information Technology from KNUST and a BSc. in Information Technology from UCC. As an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Health Information Management at UCC, he teaches courses on computing, system analysis and design, data communications, programming, and Information security and compliance. Daniel's research interests include interoperability in health information systems, the impact of health IT on patient outcomes, privacy and security in health IT, and the adoption of health IT in resource-constrained settings. He has published notable papers on telehealth and network intrusion detection systems. Daniel actively contributes to the academic community through his involvement in curriculum development, course assessment, and undergraduate research supervision. He is also engaged in community service, examination moderation, and academic internships. In his leisure time, he enjoys reading, playing musical instruments, and pursuing photography.