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Erban.jpg Stephen Erban, MD, MPH
 Divison Chief, Clinical Informatics and Computational Medicine
 Associate Professor of Medicine
 
Medical School:
Perelman School, Philadelphia, PA
Residency:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Fellowship:
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Clinical, research and educational interests:
  • Using the electronic health record to improve patient safety
  • Improving reconciliation of medications and allergies
  • Linking medications to their indication (s)
  • Patient and provider engagement using patient portals
  • Telehealth and remote patient monitoring

alper.jpg Eric Alper, MD
 Chief Clinical Informatics Officer, UMass Memorial Health Care
 Chief Quality Officer, UMass Memorial Health Care
 Professor of Medicine
Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA
Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Clinical, research and educational interests:
  • Using the electronic health record to improve patient safety
  • Clinical decision support
  • Improving usability, functionality and adoption
  • Helping students and learners to better understand informatics and impact on clinical practice and outcomes
  • Clinical practice in hospital medicine

Bajracharya.jpg Adarsha Siddhi Bajracharya, MD, MS
 Attending Hospitalist, UMass Memorial Medical Center 
 Assistant Professor of Medicine
Medical School:
MBBS, Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal
Residency:
Steward Carney Hospital
Fellowship:
Biomedical Informatics Research Training
Harvard Medical School, Division of Clincal Informatics
Beth Israel Deaconess Med Center
Clinical, research and educational interests:
  • Telehealth and remote patient monitoring to improve access to care and population health
  • Use of behavioral economics-based interventions to improve user engagement
  • EHR optimization and decision support to improve workflow
  • Development and use of machine learning based tools to support clinical decision support
  • Development of NLP based tool to support patient education and engagement

wenjun li.png Wenjun Li, PhD
 Director, Health Statistics and Geography 
 Professor of Medicine
Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA
Research and educational interests:
  • Socioeconomic, racial/ethnic and geographic disparities in health and health care
  • Analysis of medical claims data, observational cohorts and clinical registries
  • Predictive modeling and risk adjustment
  • EHR-based surveillance, intervention and evaluation
  • Design and analysis of sample surveys
  • Evaluation of public health programs, policies and laws
  • Content areas including aging, physical activity, nutrition, falls and fall injuries, infectious diseases, pain, total joint replacement, substance misuse and abuse, and cardiometabolic diseases

woman.jpg Gertrude (Trudy) Mancheseter, MD
 Director, Quality Data and Analytics, UMass Memorial Medical Center
Medical School:
Yale University
Residency:
SUNY at Buffalo
Fellowship:
SUNY at Buffalo

Manor.jpg Pamela Manor, DNP, RN
 AVP Clinical Informatics, System Chief Nursing Information Officer
 Instructor

Clinical, research and educational interests:
  • Improving clinician adoption of the electronic health record
  • Use of the electronic health record to improve quality and patient safety
  • Mentoring future informaticists and informatics competencies