Leslye Rauth


Leslye Rauth, MPH, RDN, FAND

Clinical Informaticist

United States Public Health Services

Indian Health Service (IHS)




Current Roles

  • Clinical Informaticist, United States Public Health Services
  • Interoperability and Standards Committee, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Work Group Chair - 2021, 2022, member since 2016
  • Nominating Committee Chair-elect, Nutrition Informatics DPG, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2020-2021

Previous Roles

  • Nutrition Informatics Dietetic Practice Group (DPG), Treasurer 2019-2020
  • eNCPT Toolkit Workgroup Volunteer, (Academy)
  • Clinical Application Coordinator, Great Plains Area, IHS
  • Diabetes Coordinator and Diabetes Educator, Nebraska, IHS
  • Supervisory Dietitian, South Dakota, IHS
  • Public Health/Community Nutrition DPG, WebEx and CPEU Coordinator
  • Diabetes Care and Education DPG, CPEU Coordinator
  • Dietitian, Unites States Naval Hospital, Guam

Career Path

My path to Clinical Informatics was a bit circuitous but definitely facilitated by a commitment to lifelong learning and a passion for efficiency. My early experience as a data reporter of health care priorities and disparities exposed me to how patient data was captured for agency reports. When EHR was deployed in the Great Plains Area in 2006, I was happy to be appointed to lead the effort on behalf of Winnebago Hospital and to later assume the lead role for North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Today, my role reaches well beyond nutrition and includes coordination of ancillary patient care services of clinics, emergency rooms, inpatient, and community health settings. I am currently working with a dietitian team to implement IDDSI guidelines, inpatient RDN nutrition-related ordering privileges, and RDN telehealth services for inpatient nutrition services.


  • AMIA 10x10, Oregon Health & Sciences University and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Masters of Public Health, Walden University
  • Dietetic Internship, University of South Dakota
  • Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

A Day in the Life

8:00 AM

Meet with team and review error reported and work with clinic staff to resolve EHR issues.

10:00 AM

Work with EHR stakeholders – Nursing, Dietitians, Providers, Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Dental, Diabetes Program, Clinic, Emergency Room and inpatient staff to review current patient care process and assess EHR improvement needs.

1:00 PM

Weekly Configuration Control Council meeting with 18 facilities’. Coordinate communications and end user training via SharePoint and Adobe Connect.

1:00 PM

In the role of elected secretary of National Informatics Council coordinate documentation and activities of the Council.

4:00 PM

Weekly meetings of facilities Clinical Informaticist to share knowledge and learn together.