Clinical Informatics Fellows

Meet all of our distinguished Clinical Informatics fellows.

Rohith Mohan

Medical School: Boston University
Residency: Loma Linda University

Rohith Mohan developed a passion for academic research in orthopaedics/sports medicine at Boston Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, UCSF, and Mayo Clinic while in medical school. At Loma Linda, he was introduced to clinical informatics and became an Epic superuser involved in multiple order set and template builds, and departmental quality improvement initiatives. He developed a framework for analyzing Epic-derived patient data which he presented at AMIA, Epic XGM and published in the Journal of Translational Sciences. Passionate about blockchain technology, he is currently writing a book chapter on how it can be used as a framework for universal healthcare information exchange and hopes to continue work in this area during fellowship and beyond.

Christopher Libby

Medical School: University of Massachusetts Medical School
Graduate School: Boston University (MPH)
Residency: University of Central Florida, Gainesville

Dr. Libby went to medical school at the University of Massachusetts Medical School prior to training in emergency medicine at the University of Central Florida, Gainesville. During residency, he was appointed academic chief resident and continued to develop the didactic education of the program. Dr. Libby previously worked in health IT as a technical consultant, developing data warehouses, EHR integrations and custom programming. This fueled his interest in clinical informatics in medical school and into residency. He currently is the chair of the Informatics Committee for EMRA and is appointed to the Clinical Emergency Data Registry (CEDR) committee for ACEP. His interest are in clinical operations and how data systems can inform a higher quality of care for all patients while decreasing the documentation and cognitive burdens of the practicing clinician. He also has an interest in health policy that protects patients, reduces health disparities, controls health costs and ensures quality healthcare for all.

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