ONC HIT Burden Reduction Strategy: A Presentation of the AMIA Public Policy Committee

April 17, 2019
Free for AMIA members; $50 for non-members
Andrew Gettinger, MD; Jeff Smith, MPP

Participants of this webinar will have the opportunity to learn from ONC officials about the agency’s strategies for reducing HIT-related burden, as well as ask questions.

Speaker Information

Andrew Gettinger, MD
Chief Clinical Officer

Dr. Andrew Gettinger serves as chief clinical officer for ONC. He is a professor of anesthesiology emeritus at Geisel School of Medicine and adjunct professor of computer science at Dartmouth, and was formerly the chief medical information officer (CMIO) for Dartmouth-Hitchcock and associate dean for clinical informatics at Geisel.

Dr. Gettinger has extensive experience in the field of health information technology. He led the development of an electronic health record (EHR) system at Dartmouth and subsequently was the senior physician leader during Dartmouth’s transition to a vendor-based EHR. Dr. Gettinger’s clinical practice and research has been focused both on anesthesiology and critical care medicine, and on information technology as it applies generally to health care.

Jeffery Smith, MPP
Vice President of Public Policy

Jeff Smith, Vice President of Public Policy, is responsible for planning, initiating and managing AMIA’s overall public policy and government relations programs.  Working with members, stakeholders, AMIA staff and relevant external organizations Jeff consistently develops, communicates and disseminates AMIA’s public policy positions to advance the field of biomedical and health informatics.