Chief Medical Interoperability Officer
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Dr. Douglas of Deloitte Consulting LLP is the chief medical interoperability officer (CMIO) engaging across the government and public health sectors where he is focused on improving health care quality and safety by advancing interoperability, informatics, and clinical and digital transformation initiatives. He has more than 25 years of clinical practice, executive leadership, and health IT experience within the government and private sectors spanning clinical, technical, and informatics initiatives. Doug has a critical understanding of the governance, cultural, and technical architectures required to support health care transformation.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Doug was the founder and CEO of CAIRNformatics. He also served as the senior physician advisor for Clinical Informatics at the Veterans Health Administration and also as the chief medical interoperability officer for the US Department of Veterans Affairs/US Department of Defense Interagency Program Office. He founded and chaired the Health IT Innovation Development program under the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Doug is a board-certified surgeon and a Harvard trained informatics leader.