Vice President, Population Health Intelligence Strategy, Cerner
As the Vice President for Population Health Intelligence Strategy, Dr. Marc Overhage focuses on developing, deploying and evaluating clinical information systems with emphasis on clinical decision support and regional health information exchange. Marc makes an impact on the future of Cerner by conducting research focused on the use of informational interventions to modify provider behavior, including computerized provider order entry, clinical decision support systems and other forms of feedback. Leadership experience He joined Cerner in 2015 as a Chief Medical Informatics Officer, (previously Siemens Health Services). Marc has over 25 years developing and implementing clinical and scientific systems and evaluating their value. Accomplishments Working at the Regenstrief Institute, he created a community wide electronic medical record (called the Indiana Network for Patient Care) containing data from many sources including laboratories, pharmacies and hospitals in central Indiana. Over 104 acute care hospitals and over 22,000 physicians participate in the system, which includes inpatient and outpatient encounter data, laboratory results, immunization data and other selected data. Marc is a graduate of Wabash College and the Indiana University School of Medicine where he earned both his PhD in Biophysics and MD. He completed his residency and fellowships at the Indiana University. Dr. Overhage is a fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics, a Master of the American College of Physicians and a Fellow of the National Academy of Medicine.