Jonathan Gold, MD, MHA, MSc, FAMIA, FHIMSS

Clinical Innovation Lead

Prior to joining IMO in 2013, Dr. Gold was the Regional Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Catholic Health Initiatives. Jonathan is a graduate of Ben-Gurion University’s School of Medicine in Beer Sheva, Israel, and an Israeli board-certified pediatrician with 15 years of hospital and ambulatory care practice. Beginning in 1997, he served for seven years as Regional Medical Quality Assurance Director for Maccabi Health Services. Jonathan holds a master’s degree in health administration from Ben-Gurion University. He also completed a National Library of Medicine post-doctoral fellowship in Health Sciences Informatics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine receiving both a master’s degree in health sciences informatics and a post-master’s certificate in information technology and telecommunications.

More from Jonathan Gold, MD, MHA, MSc, FAMIA, FHIMSS

In order to better understand a patient’s condition, temporal information is essential – but not always easy to find in the electronic health record.
Intelligent organization of the medical problem list can help health systems meet the unique needs of pediatric patients – and their providers.
The proliferation of patient portals and personal health records has highlighted the importance of capturing and standardizing patient-generated data.
In this webinar, IMO clinicians will discuss possible improvements in problem list functionality – like creating, maintaining, and displaying problems more efficiently for clinical use.