Jonathan M. Teich MD, PhD
Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Elsevier
Dr. Jonathan Teich is the chief medical informatics officer for Elsevier, the world’s largest publisher of scientific and health information. He helps lead the vision, strategy, and design for knowledge-based tools and clinical decision support (CDS) supporting direct clinical practice and healthcare delivery. He is also a practicing emergency physician and assistant professor at Harvard, and leads clinical design for health information systems in developing countries with the OpenMRS Community. Dr. Teich founded the Clinical Informatics R&D department at Partners Healthcare, developing two generations of innovative electronic health records, CPOE and CDS systems. Dr. Teich has authored over 100 publications, including three books on CDS. He co-chaired the US Roadmap for National Action on Clinical Decision Support, and works with numerous government and industry panels in that field. He has been a member of the board of directors of AMIA, HIMSS, and the eHealth Initiative.