World Economic Forum, Health Information Management Systems SocietyDisclosures
Dr. Greenspun is an employee of Dell Services.
Dr. Harry Greenpsun is the chief medical officer of Dell Services, providing strategic leadership with a clinical perspective. He has held a diverse range of clinical and executive roles across the health care industry, giving him a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities faced in health IT. Over the course of his career, Dr. Greenspun has held many key roles in implementing company-and industry-wide policy. Prior to working for Dell Services, he served as chief medical officer for Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he provided subject matter expertise on clinical and public health matters, thought leadership, and strategic direction for the company. More than a decade ago, Dr. Greenspun founded a company that tracked clinical outcomes in cardiac surgery, which later became the health care practice of an open source software company.
Dr. Greenspun has been both an educator and consultant throughout his career, sharing his expertise for several organizations, including the advisory board company and serving on advisory boards for Tufts University, George Mason University, Deloitte, and BNA. As a chairman of the Health Information Management Systems Society's (HIMSS) Government Relations Roundtable and co-chair of the HIMSS task force responsible for creating the white paper entitled, "Enabling Healthcare Reform Using Information Technology," Dr. Greenspun has made recommendations to the Obama administration and Congress on the importance of health IT investment to the nation. Dr. Greenspun is actively involved in promoting the use of health information technology on a global scale, has been quoted extensively in the media and among analysts on this topic, and is recognized as a thought leader in his industry. Dr. Greenspun also serves on the World Economic Forum's Global Health Advisory Board.
Dr. Greenspun received his bachelor's degree from Harvard University, his medical degree from the University of Maryland, and completed his residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he served as chief resident in the department of anesthesiology and critical care medicine. As a cardiac anesthesiologist, he practiced in major academic medical centers, as well as community hospitals. Dr. Greenspun has also been named one of the Top 10 Healthcare IT Game Changers to watch by ExecutiveBiz.com and one of the 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives by Modern Healthcare.
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