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John D. Halamka, MD, MS
, is the International Healthcare Innovation Professor at Harvard Medical School, Chief Information Officer of the Beth Israel Deaconess System, and a practicing emergency physician. He strives to improve health care quality, safety, and efficiency for patients, providers, and payers throughout the world using information technology. Dr. Halamka has written five books, several hundred articles, and is the author of the popular Geekdoctor blog. He is also an organic farmer in Sherborn, Massachusetts, overseeing 15 acres of agriculture, animals, and cider/mead making.
is the Director of the Massachusetts eHealth Institute, the Commonwealth’s entity for health care innovation, technology, and competitiveness. At the eHealth Institute, Mr. Stuntz and his team are leading the state’s participation in the Massachusetts Digital Health Initiative and helping all providers in the Commonwealth adopt electronic health records and become part of a statewide health information exchange, with a particular emphasis on behavioral health and long term care providers. The effort involves a broad range of stakeholders to ensure that patients have access to their data and become active and engaged participants in managing their health. Prior to joining the eHealth Institute, Mr. Stuntz worked for private industry and has 25 years of experience in healthcare information technology product development, systems integration and management consulting. Much of this work was focused on collaboration and exchange of information among all types of healthcare organizations. He was a Partner at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) with responsibility for CSC’s Collaborative Communities solution area and the Senior Vice President responsible for product development for NaviNet.
Jill Duncan, RN, MS, MPH
, Executive Director, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), provides strategic development and programming leadership for IHI's Quality, Cost, and Value Focus Area, IHI’s Leadership Alliance, and program development and facilitation for many of IHI's workforce development initiatives. Her previous IHI responsibilities include daily operations and strategic planning for the IHI Open School, leadership of IHI's Joint Replacement Learning Community, and program coordination and faculty guidance for IHI's Leading Quality Improvement: Essentials for Managers program. Ms. Duncan draws from her learning as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, quality leader, nurse educator, and front-line care provider.