50 hospital and health system CMIOs to know | 2017

Health IT is becoming increasingly important for hospitals and health systems to manage data gathering, reporting, patient security and clinical improvement. Here are 50 physicians who lead clinical IT and analytics efforts at hospitals and health systems across the country.

Note: Members of this list do not pay and cannot pay for inclusion. The list is arranged in alphabetical order. Please contact Laura Dyrda at ldyrda@beckershealthcare.com with questions or comments on this list, or with recommendations for future CMIO lists.

Ranjit Aiyagari, MD. CMIO of Michigan Medicine (Ann Arbor). Dr. Aiyagari is the CMIO of Michigan Medicine in the office of clinical informatics. His clinical practice focuses on pediatric cardiology and his research includes improving end-of-life care for children with untreatable heart disease. He oversaw the implementation of MiChart electronic health record at Ann Arbor-based C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. Dr. Aiyagari earned his medical degree at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in Farmington and completed his pediatric cardiology fellowship with the University of Michigan Health System.

Gregory Ator, MD. CMIO of University of Kansas Hospital (Kansas City). Dr. Ator's tenure has been characterized by using patient data to improve the hospital's clinical and financial performance, as well as developing and implementing systems that give providers access to relevant and actionable information at the point of care. He is also an advocate for engaging physicians in the health IT implementation process.

Sameer Badlani, MD. Vice President and Chief Health Information Officer of Sutter Health (Sacramento, Calif.). Dr. Badlani is vice president and CHIO for Sutter Health, responsible for enterprise analytics, data management and clinical informatics. He focuses on using technology for clinician engagement, social psychology and generating actionable analytics in clinical and business processes with the goal of automating workflows. Dr. Badlani earned his medical degree from the University of Delhi in India and completed training in biomedical informatics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He previously served as CHIO of Intermountain Healthcare.

Colin Banas, MD. CMIO of Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center (Richmond). Dr. Banas has been a hospitalist at VCUMC since he completed medical school in 2002. In July 2010, he took on CMIO duties as well, and since then has led the development of several tools that help VCUMC clinicians use data to provide better patient care. These include a dashboard that pulls EHR data to alert nurses to high-risk patients and an early warning system that displays a "sickness score" using vitals to flag deteriorating patients before alarms go off.

Michael Blum, MD. Associate Vice Chancellor for Informatics at UCSF and CMIO of UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco). Dr. Blum has been the CMIO for UCSF for more than 12 years. During his tenure, he has been responsible for the implementation of clinical information systems, data warehousing and analytics. In May 2013, he was named the association vice chancellor for informatics. Additionally, Dr. Blum is a professor of cardiology at the UCSF School of Medicine specializing in inpatient and ambulatory cardiology practice.

Todd Burstain, MD. CMIO of Ochsner (New Orleans). Dr. Burstain is CMIO of Ochsner, responsible for physician adoption and optimization of the health system's EMR and clinical workflows. He leads the development and improvement of physician metrics and training programs, and coordinates physician leadership programs. An internal medicine physician by training, Dr. Burstain supports the internal medicine residency clinic on the health system's main campus. He has spent more than 15 years as a clinical professor of medicine with expertise in medical informatics, EMR and obesity treatment.

Louis Capponi, MD. CMIO of Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Capponi became the CMIO at the Cleveland Clinic in October 2014 after serving as the CMIO for more than 10 years at NYC Health + Hospitals (formerly New York City Health and Hospitals Corp.). He was a primary care physician and medical director at Gouverneur Healthcare Services in New York City starting in 1994. At the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Capponi is responsible for planning, implementing and governing electronic health records.

Henry Chueh, MD. Chief of the Division of Biometical Informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston). Dr. Chueh is the chief of the division of biomedical informatics. He is also the director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Lab of Computer Science. In his position, Dr. Chueh is using biomedical informatics to help innovate the health information systems at the hospital. Dr. Chueh has been a fellow with the American College of Medical Informatics since 1999.

Brian Clay, MD. CMIO of Inpatient and Hospital Affiliations of UC San Diego. Dr. Clay joined UC San Diego's division of hospital medicine faculty in 2003 and became the CMIO in 2012. He is also an associate program director for the internal medicine residency training program and a member of the IT leadership and education committee for the Society of Hospital Medicine. As CMIO, Dr. Clay coordinates and participates in several quality improvement projects and supports physician EMR documentation. He completed his medical degree at UCSD School of Medicine.

Bruce Darrow, MD. Vice President of IT and CMIO of Mount Sinai Health System. (New York City). Dr. Darrow has been the CMIO for Mount Sinai Hospital since February 2012. During his tenure as SMIO, the Health Information Management Systems Society awarded the hospital the 2012 Davies Enterprise Award for excellence in health information technology and use of electronic records to improve quality of care and patient safety. Dr. Darrow is board certified in clinical informatics by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. In addition to his CMIO honors, Dr. Darrow was a four-time nominee and the 2012 winner of the Attending Physician of the Year Award by the hospital's department of nursing.

Bimal Desai, MD. Assistant Vice President and Chief Health Informatics Officer of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. As assistant vice president and chief health informatics officer of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Dr. Desai helped create the hospital's digital health program, which covers telemedicine, research and exploring partnerships outside of the CHOP Care Network for clinicians to access patient information across organizations. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Desai co-founded Haystack Informatics, a company spun out of CHOP's "Open Campus" innovation competition in 2014 using EMR and healthcare employee patterns to protect patient privacy. In May, the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies honored Dr. Desai with the Healthcare Innovator award.

Nicholas Desai, MD. CMIO of Houston Methodist Hospital. Dr. Desai is the CMIO at Houston Methodist. Before accepting the position, he was the system medical director of information technology. While at the hospital, Dr. Desai has implemented a health information exchange mechanism to manage health IT across the systems' various facilities.

Peter Schuyler Greene, MD. CMIO of Johns Hopkins Medicine (Baltimore). Dr. Greene was appointed CMIO of Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2006. He implemented both a provider order entry and a clinical documentation system. He also developed a single portal for clinical e-learning across the hospital. In his professional field, Dr. Greene has served as the chair of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons Information Technology Committee. He is also the founder, executive editor and key architect of the Cardiothoracic Surgery Network, an online community of 40 professional cardiothoracic surgery societies. He has more than 15 years of experience in the information technology field.

C. William Hanson III, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Penn Medicine (Philadelphia). Dr. Hanson is the CMIO at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, where he has been a faculty member for the past 27 years. Dr. Hanson has extensive experience in medical informatics and was a visiting professor in the Princeton University department of computer science from 2002 to 2005. He is also a practicing internist, anesthesiologist and intensivist. His specialty is in cardiac anesthesia.

Marvin Harper, MD. Senior Physician in Medicine and CMIO of Boston Children's Hospital. Dr. Harper is the senior associate physician in medicine as well as CMIO of Boston Children's Hospital and maintains an associate professorship in pediatrics at Boston-based Harvard Medical School. He has a special interest in infectious disease, emergency medicine and clinical informatics. Dr. Harper earned his medical degree at the University of California, San Francisco and completed fellowships in pediatric infectious diseases and pediatric emergency medicine at Boston Children's Hospital.

Maia Hightower, MD. CMIO of University of Iowa Health Care (Iowa City). Dr. Hightower became the CMIO of University of Iowa Health Care in 2015. She serves as a bridge between the medical and IT departments, assisting in the design and integration of IT systems in the medical departments and training physicians on new software use. She also works with the health system's senior leadership on strategic IT planning. Dr. Hightower has previous experience as associate medical director for Stanford Health Care—University HealthCare Alliance in Menlo Park, Calif. In addition to her role as CMIO, Dr. Hightower is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine.

William Holland, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Banner Health (Phoenix). Dr. Holland is responsible for a team of physician and nurse informaticists who are working on Banner's information systems. He is focused on integrating the consumer, patient and provider experience across all venues of care, leading projects that include developing new care delivery models and MACRA preparedness. Dr. Holland is a family medicine physician by training and has board certification in clinical informatics. He earned his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

Julie Hollberg, MD. CMIO of Emory Healthcare (Atlanta). Dr. Hollberg began her internal medicine practice in 2007and has since become the CMIO of Emory Healthcare and assoicate professor in the division of hospital medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. In her current role, Dr. Hollberg provides medical direction and governance for EMR and related clinical applications, focusing on increasing collaboration between clinicians and Emory Healthcare Information Services. She attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and completed her residency at St. Joseph's Hospital in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Allen Hsiao, MD. CMIO of Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven (Conn.) Health System. Dr. Hsiao was named CMIO for Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Health System in January 2015. He is responsible for data and analytical services for quality improvement and cost-effective patient care throughout the health system and Yale Medical Group. In addition to his CMIO responsibilities, Dr. Hsiao remains in clinical practice with Yale New Haven's Children's Hospital and serves as a HIMSS Analytics Site Surveyor for Stage 6 and Stage 7 candidates.

Stan Huff, MD. CMIO of Intermountain Healthcare (Salt Lake City). Dr. Huff has been CMIO of Intermountain since 2006 and is responsible for the architecture and functionality of all of the organization's clinical information systems. He has been a pioneer in the medical database architecture field for more than 20 years and is currently the chair of Health Level Seven International, the interoperability and standards committee, and a member of HHS' Health IT Standards Committee. He is also a professor in the biomedical informatics department at the University of Utah School of Medicine, focusing on medical vocabulary and data exchange standards.

Gregory Hutteger, DO. CMIO of Methodist Health System (Omaha, Neb.). Dr. Hutteger joined Methodist Health System as a family medicine physician in 2006 and was appointed CMIO in July 2015. He is responsible for working with informatics, analysts, staff and physicians to implement and improve the health system's EHR. Dr. Hutteger earned his doctorate of osteopathic medicine at A.T. Still University Kirksville (Mo.) College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a residency in Michigan.

Brian Jacobs, MD. Vice President, CMIO and CIO of Children's National Health System (Washington, D.C.). Dr. Jacobs serves as the executive director of the Center for Pediatric Informatics for Children's National Health System as well as vice president, CMIO and CIO. He directs the Children's IQ Network, a pediatric health information exchange in the D.C. area. Dr. Jacobs has previous experience as the director of technology and patient safety at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, where he oversaw EMR implementation and was the winner of a HIMSS Davies Award. Dr. Jacobs is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and serves on the HIMSS board of directors.

John Kairys, MD. CMIO of Jefferson Health (Philadelphia). Dr. Kairys is co-director of the Thyroid and Parathyroid Center and CMIO of Jefferson Health. With more than 20 years in practice, Dr. Kairys has published extensively on physician pioneers and melanoma treatment. He completed his medical degree, internship and residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.

Brent Lambert, MD. CMIO of Carolinas HealthCare System (Charlotte). In 2010, Dr. Lambert joined Carolinas HealthCare System as its first CMIO. He was previously CMIO at the seven-hospital Carilion Clinic system in Roanoke, Va., where he oversaw an enterprisewide EHR implementation as vice president of informatics.

Donald Levick, MD. CMIO of Lehigh Valley Health Network (Allentown, Pa.). Unlike many other CMIOs, Dr. Levick has avoided moving his health system onto a single IT platform, preferring best-of-breed solutions and combining products to make the optimal infrastructure for LVHN's specific needs. It's worked: In May, the health system was recognized with HIMSS Analytics' Stage 7 award for the ambulatory and inpatient areas. Dr. Levick has also served on the board of the Pennsylvania eHealth Initiative, an advocacy group, and the Delaware Valley chapter of HIMSS.

David Liebovitz, MD. CMIO of University of Chicago Medicine. Dr. Liebovitz is a general internist and serves as the CMIO of University of Chicago Medicine. His research focuses on EMR improvement for patient safety, quality care and application usability. He has previous experience with automated learning strategies for safeguarding patient protections and providing decision support tools for medication safety, lab follow-up and problem list optimization. Dr. Liebovitz completed his medical degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago and has served as a principal investigator for informatics privacy and security-related grants from the National Science Foundation and HHS.

CT Lin, MD. CMIO of UCHealth (Aurora, Colo.). Dr. Lin has been the CMIO of the University of Colorado Health system since July 2012. He previously served in the same position for the University of Colorado Hospital for 17 years. He has received several national honors during his tenure, including being named a Healthcare IT Innovator by Healthcare Informatics, and an Electronic Physician of the Year by Allscripts. A presentation he gave on improving electronic healthcare readability was awarded an Epic Classics recognition.

Davin Lundquist, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Population Health at Dignity Health (San Francisco). Dr. Lundquist has been CMIO of Dignity Health since July 2013. One of his most interesting projects has been incorporating Google Glass into patient care using an app from Augmedix that puts information pulled from the video stream of a patient encounter directly into the EHR, allowing physicians to keep their attention on patients. He also works to engage the system's affiliated physicians with Dignity Health's IT efforts, including a health information exchange that currently has 7,000 physician members.

John Luo, MD. CMIO of UC Riverside School of Medicine and UCR Health (Riverside, Calif.). Dr. Luo became interim CMIO of UC Riverside School of Medicine and UC Health in 2016 and was promoted to permanent CMIO in July 2017. He provides leadership for the development and implementation of UCR's information systems. Dr. Luo completed a fellowship in medical informatics at UC Davis and fellowship in medical education at UCLA. Prior to joining UCR Health, Dr. Luo was the senior physician informaticist with UCLA Health System and director of psychiatric informatics at UC Davis.

Keith Moss, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Riverside Medical Center (Kankakee, Ill.). Dr. Moss is the CMO and CMIO at Riverside Healthcare. He stepped into the position in 2015 after serving as the vice president and CMIO of the hospital. During his tenure, Riverside implemented Epic Systems throughout its organization in 2016. Early reviews from Epic are that the hospital has had a positive experience. In addition to his administrative duties, Dr. Moss has a long-standing practice in Bourbonnais, Ill., and he is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Dennis R. Niess, MD. CMIO of Wheeling (W.Va.) Hospital. Dr. Niess has been Wheeling Hospital's CMIO since 2009. Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Niess is respected for his ability to work with physicians from disparate specialties. His excellent rapport with clinicians has allowed him to modify the hospital's EMR system in a way that improves physician workflow while also improving quality measures and patient outcomes.

Michael Oppenheim, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Northwell Health (Great Neck, N.Y.). Dr. Oppenheim is the vice president and CMIO at Northwell Health. He is responsible for overseeing the clinical aspects of EMR rollout and optimization as well as aligning clinical IT efforts with Health System strategic clinical initiatives and priorities. His job additionally has a special focus on decision support, interoperability, and data warehousing and clinical analytics. In 2010, he won an award from the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems, recognizing his excellence in the field of applied medical informatics.

Natalie Pageler, MD. CMIO of Stanford Children's Health (Palo Alto, Calif.). Dr. Pageler is the CMIO of Stanford Children's Health, a position she's held since 2016, as well as the associate program director of the clinical informatics fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center. Throughout her career, Dr. Pageler has coupled her pediatric critical care medicine practice with physician leadership and informatics. She previously spent two years as the medical director of Palo Alto-based Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, from 2012 to 2014, where she led efforts to implement the Epic EMR system. Dr. Pageler earned her medical degree at Stanford University School of Medicine and completed her residency and fellowship at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.

Brian Patty, MD. Vice President, Clinical Information Systems and CMIO of Rush University Medical Center (Chicago). Dr. Patty became vice president of clinical information systems and CMIO of Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center in 2015 after spending time as vice president and CMIO at the HealthEast Health System in St. Paul, Minn. He is responsible for the strategic oversight of Rush's EMR and clinical analytic solutions. Dr. Patty has previous experience overseeing EMR implementation and revenue cycle improvements. He earned his medical degree at the University of Minnesota Medical School.

Steve Peters, MD. CMIO of Mayo Clinic (Rochester, Minn.). Dr. Peters is an internist, pulmonologist and critical care specialist with a background in IT and population health. He earned the Excellence in Leadership Award from Mayo Clinic in 2010 and currently serves as co-chair of the health system's EMR Convergence Steering Group. He also has experience as president of the National Association for Medical Direction of Respiratory Care and served as president of the Office and Councilors of Staff for Mayo Clinic Rochester committees.

Eric Poon, MD. Chief Health Information Officer of Duke University Health System (Durham, N.C.). Since 2014, Dr. Poon has served as CHIO of Duke University Health System, where he works with hospital leadership to ensure technology solutions are well-aligned with the organization's overall objectives. As CHIO, he also oversees the optimization of Duke's Maestro Care, an EHR based on Epic's platform that was fully implemented in 2014. Dr. Poon also practices internal medicine at the Durham (N.C.) Medical Center and serves as a professor of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. Previously, he served as vice president and CMIO of Boston Medical Center and was an associate professor of medicine at Boston University School of Medicine.

Andras Sablauer, MD, PhD. CMIO and Chief of Imaging Informatics at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (Memphis, Tenn.). Dr. Sablauer serves as CMIO and chief of information imaging systems at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and an associate member of the St. Jude faculty. His research interests include mathematical models of cancer behavior and imaging-based tumor biomarkers. Dr. Sablauer earned his medical degree in Budapest, Hungary.

Luis Saldaña, MD. CMIO of Texas Health Resources (Arlington). Dr. Saldaña was promoted from associate CMIO of Texas Health Resources to CMIO in August 2013. He is an expert on clinical decision support implementation and was a co-author of "Improving Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support," which won HIMSS' annual Book of the Year Award in 2012.

Christopher Sharp, MD. CMIO of Stanford (Calif.) Health Care. Dr. Sharp has been the CMIO for Stanford Health Care since 2013. His clinical focus is in medical informatics and internal medicine. Before accepting the administrative position, he served as the associate chief medical information officer and the medical director for clinical informatics. He earned his board certification in clinical informatics in 2014 by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Sharp helps run the Arbor Free Clinic in Menlo Park, Calif., where he helps educate and care for underserved patients.

Peter Solberg, MD. CMIO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock (Lebanon, N.H.). Dr. Solberg became CMIO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock in 2015 after spending three years as the medical director of information systems. He works with the vice president of information systems to oversee the health system's information technology with a focus on the clinical tools. Dr. Solberg has experience participating in EMR selection and is board-certified in the new medical informatics subspecialty. Dr. Solberg is a hospital medicine physician by training, with a particular interest in HIV care.

S. Andrew Spooner, MD. CMIO of Biomedical Informatics at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. A general academic pediatric physician by training, Dr. Spooner is the CMIO for Cincinnati Children's Hospital, where he is also actively involved in patient-centered research. Along with his research group, Dr. Spooner created a data warehouse focused on medication alerts going back five years, into which the team built several user alert-response behavior metrics. The warehouse is now used to answer questions about how clinical users manage decision-support alerts and detect potential harmful overdose errors. His group is examining several ways to improve clinical decision-making and reduce alert fatigue.

Dirk Stanley, MD. CMIO of UConn Health (Farmington, Conn.). Dr. Stanley is the CMIO of UConn Health. He accepted the position in May 2016 after an eight-year tenure at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in the same position. At UConn. Dr. Stanley uses information to help guide clinical technology, informatics and health IT development. He was named Clinician of the Year in 2010 by the New England chapter of HIMSS.

Terri Steinberg, MD. Chief Health Information Officer and Vice President of Population Health Informatics for Christiana Care Health System. Dr. Steinberg earned a spot as one of the "75 Most Powerful Women in Health IT" by Health Data Management earlier this year. She is chief health information officer and vice president of population health informatics for Christiana Care Health System, where she led the design of the health system's population health efforts that overhauled treatment strategy for 20 chronic disease states. She has spent more than 30 years in medical informatics as a clinician and software developer, and served on the board of directors for the Delaware Health Information Network.

Srinivasan Suresh, MD. CMIO of Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Dr. Suresh joined Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh as CMIO and medical officer, quality and patient safety in September 2014 and continues to serve as CMIO. He has previous experience as CMIO of Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, where he was responsible for planning and executing the hospital's IT vision and supporting long-term objectives. He played a role in implementing an ambulatory EMR and led the clinical transformation team in troubleshooting the inpatient EMR. An emergency medicine physician by training, Dr. Suresh has experience as chairing the medical informatics SIG of the Academic Pediatric Association.

Paul Testa, MD, JD. CMIO of NYU Langone Medical Center. Dr. Testa is an assistant professor in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine and CMIO of NYU Langone Medical Center. He is board certified in emergency medicine and preventative medicine, clinical informatics. He leads efforts between physicians and IT teams to collaborate on clinical quality, data management and informatics research, working closely with physician and nursing informatics groups.

Randy Thompson, MD. CMIO of Billings (Mont.) Clinic. Dr. Thompson is an emergency physician by training and CMIO for Billings Clinic, where he is responsible for bridging the gap between clinical and IT staff. He joined Billings Clinic in 2008 and is particularly interested in air, disaster and wilderness medicine. Dr. Thompson earned his medical degree from the University of Illinois at Peoria.

Keith Woeltje, MD, PhD. Vice President and CMIO for BJC HealthCare (St. Louis). Dr. Woeltje oversees analytics and business intelligence, clinical decision support, clinical quality abstraction and reporting as well as data governance and clinical information systems for BJC HealthCare. He also serves as professor of medicine in infectious diseases at the Washington University School of Medicine and oversaw the medical dicection of the BJC Epic implementation. Dr. Woeltje served as director of healthcare informatics in the BJC Center for Clinical Excellence for five years before becoming vice president and CMIO in 2016.

Sajjad Yacoob, MD. CMIO of Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Yacoob is an attending physician and CMIO of Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, where he serves as a key advisor in creating and formulating plans for clinical use of IT. He is also responsible for executing business strategies to maximize IT systems, and has experience as a physician champion of the hospital's integrated EMR. Dr. Yacoob also serves as a clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at Los Angeles-based Keck School of Medicine of USC. He completed his medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City.

David Yut-Chee Ting, MD. Associate Medical Director for Information Systems at Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts General Physicians Organization (Boston). Dr. Ting served as the associate medical director for information systems at Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts General Physicians Organization beginning in 2010 before being promoted to CMIO in 2014. Dr. Ting earned his medical degree from Durham, N.C,-based Duke University, and then completed an internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the Harvard Combined Medicine-Pediatrics program at Massachusetts General. Dr. Ting is an advocate for continued innovation and encourages informatics teams at MGH to collaborate between their departments in efforts to reap the most benefit.

Vinay Vaidya, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Dr. Vaidya started as the CMIO of Phoenix Children's in 2009. During his tenure, he has worked to develop medical informatics systems for pediatrics. The idea that his work on informatics can help to affect a much broader patient base is what drives him throughout his career. He has a patent on a system that presents critical patient information without human interaction.

Robert Warren, MD, PhD. CMIO of Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston). CMIO of Medical University of South Carolina since 2011, Dr. Warren oversaw major EHR upgrades across the four-hospital system and orchestrated a successful "big bang" of new enterprisewide patient access, revenue cycle, inpatient clinical systems, and analytics and research systems in July 2014. Dr. Warren is board-certified in pediatrics, allergy and immunology, and internal medicine with a specialty in rheumatology.

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