Shaun T. Alfreds, M.B.A., CPHIT
Senior Policy Consultant, Health Information Technology Team
Instructor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
With broad experience in applied health services research, policy analysis, and technical assistance, Shaun Alfreds examines the needs of state and federal public sector agencies and clients in his work as a Senior Policy Consultant to the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Mr. Alfreds’ research focuses on economic, technical, and policy issues for public programs related to health information technologies (HIT) and electronic health information exchange (eHIE). He is currently leading HIT and eHIE policy analysis projects funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology (ONC). Mr. Alfreds also serves as an advisor to a number of other ONC eHIE value and sustainability projects currently underway.
In addition to his HIT and eHIE research, Mr. Alfreds has overseen health services research, program assessment, and policy analysis projects for state Medicaid agencies in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Mr. Alfreds is the Chief Operating Officer at HealthInfoNet and an Instructor in the University of Massachusetts Medical School Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
Mr. Alfreds holds a Bachelor of Science degree in anthropology and biology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Maine. He is also a Certified Professional in Health Information Technology and Electronic Health Records.
Shaun T. Alfreds M.B.A., CPHIT