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imo Chief Medical Officer

Andrew Kanter

Senior Advisor

Dr. Andrew Kanter joined IMO in 1995 and serves as Senior Advisor to the Company. He provides thought leadership on IMO’s clinical roadmap and helps guide the Company in addressing key challenges within the industry. Andrew previously served as IMO’s Chief Medical Officer and has also held the roles of Chief Operating Officer and President.

Andrew is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at Columbia University and has served as the former Director of Health Information Systems/Medical Informatics for the Millennium Villages Project at the Earth Institute. He is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics and the American Medical Informatics Association.

Andrew received both his MD and MPH from Harvard University in 1991 and completed a medical residency and chief residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle from 1991–1995.

More from Andrew Kanter

Learn how electronic health record (EHR) data can be transformed to streamline clinical workflows and reduce the burden of documentation on clinicians.
A lively discussion as our expert panel shares their experiences with the POMR.
Leading experts discuss the latest on how widespread genetic screening programs can be incorporated into routine care, allowing patients to identify future risks.
This paper explores ways in which technology can be leveraged to help improve the provider experience, and thus move from the Triple Aim to the Quadruple Aim in healthcare. The need for data aggregation, transformation and summarization are also covered.
This white paper explores how a sound HCC strategy can improve the management of chronic diseases, create a more complete picture of a patient population, and dramatically impact reimbursements.
Increased interoperability in healthcare – specifically, the sharing of electronic health data between systems – can be an enormous help for clinicians. But as federal rules are put into action, clinicians may soon be facing too much of a good thing.
This white paper explores the necessary but unfortunate delays to implementation of the 21st Century Cures Act, which focuses on information sharing and interoperability in the United States.
The rapid development of a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine has brought a number of challenges into sharp focus in recent months. From testing and approvals, to patient prioritization and distribution, the process is multi-faceted and highly complex. Inoculating hundreds of millions of Americans is a monumental task, but health IT is uniquely positioned to help.
As those administering the vaccines grapple with multiple moving parts, competing priorities, and the race against emerging virus variants; the need to capture, manage, and optimize inoculation data has come into sharp focus.
How the EHR has changed over the years and the work that still needs to be done to improve these tools to better help the clinicians who use them.
For NLP engines to be truly valuable, the concepts used to fuel them must contain a high level of specificity and be accurately mapped to standardized codes.
A recent article in Health Affairs explores five reasons why quality measurement is failing, and five steps to guide the US toward true quality care.