CDSiC Innovation Center Planning Committee
Dr. Gilad J. Kuperman, MD, PhD, is Associate Chief Health Informatics Officer for Applied Clinical Informatics Research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York City. He coordinates MSK’s efforts to advance scientific knowledge about the impact of digital interventions on the efficiency and effectiveness of care. This includes measuring the extent to which digital technology is solving important problems in care and assuring that MSK’s technology interventions are not creating unintended consequences. His work at MSK has included the development of the Values Tab, a feature in the electronic record to provide information about the patient as a person; remote patient monitoring via symptom questionnaires and mobile devices; and the development and implementation of electronic consents.
Previously, Dr. Kuperman worked at New York-Presbyterian from 2003-2018, focusing on quality informatics, interoperability, and the use of information technology to support care coordination and population health. From 2014-2018, Dr. Kuperman was the Information Systems lead for New York-Presbyterian’s Medicaid care redesign initiative, DSRIP.
Dr. Kuperman is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University. He has authored over 120 peer-reviewed articles related to biomedical informatics and has been lead author on 25 of those. He lectures frequently on clinical decision support, health information exchange, and the use of information technology to support care coordination. Dr. Kuperman has been active in the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) for more than 25 years. He was Chair of the AMIA Board of Directors from 2012-2013.