Rosenberg named Health System chief medical information officer
Andrew Rosenberg, M.D., associate professor of anesthesiology and internal medicine, has been appointed as the new chief medical information officer for UMHS.
Rosenberg will help set the strategic and operational directions for clinical information systems and workflows that support clinicians in the delivery of patient care, clinical training and education. He will be the clinical director of enterprise-wide applications and IT teams that support these missions, including Carelink and Careweb.
As the Health System moves toward a comprehensive, patient care, information technology approach, he will direct the project leadership team, and intergrate IT systems in specialty areas with the broader health care strategy.
Hanss named Medical School’s chief information officer
Ted Hanss, MBA, has been named the Medical School’s chief information officer. James O. Woolliscroft, M.D., dean of the Medical School, and Jim Bell, its chief administrative officer, recently announced the reorganization of the Medical School’s information technology, academic informatics and instructional support efforts into a new administrative unit. Hanss will direct this new organization in his new role and lead the alignment of Medical School units providing information technology, informatics and support for the school’s research and education missions as well as UMHS learning support services. He will also be responsible for interfacing with campus IT units and initiatives.
Hanss was previously director of the Medical School Office of Enabling Technologies.
Hayes and Pierce selected to 'Ultimate Think Tank'
Two breast cancer specialists from the U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center have been named to a “brain trust” of more than 60 top-ranking scientists, clinicians and advocates to guide the extensive research program of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Daniel F. Hayes, M.D., and Lori J. Pierce, M.D., will serve as inaugural members of Komen for the Cure’s new Scientific Advisory Council. Hayes is the Stuart B. Padnos Professor in Breast Cancer Research and clinical director of the Breast Oncology Program at U-M. Pierce is professor of radiation oncology and vice provost for academic and faculty affairs. Both are active in treating breast cancer patients and conducting breast cancer research.
Greenfield to be president of American College of Surgeons; Napolitano, Mulholland, Doherty also serve
Lazar J. Greenfield, M.D., FACS, former chair of the Department of Surgery and former interim Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs, has been named President-Elect of the American College of Surgeons. He is currently an emeritus professor of surgery.
The ACS is the world’s largest professional and educational society for surgeons. A longtime fellow of ACS, Greenfield is Editor-in-Chief of its monthly publication Surgery News, and Associate Editor of its members-only web portal.
He joins other U-M faculty who hold key leadership positions within the ACS, including Lena M. Napolitano, M.D., FACS, who has been elected Secretary to the Board of Governors; Michael W. Mulholland, M.D., Ph.D., an ACS governor; and Gerard M. Doherty, M.D., President of the Michigan Chapter.
Donn to represent specialties on National Practitioner Data Bank
Steven Donn, M.D., FAAP, professor of pediatrics, has been named the alternative representative for the Council of Medical Specialty Societies to the national Practitioner Data Bank. He is a professor in the division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, and a Faculty Associate in the Center for Global Health at the U-M School of Public Health.
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