Ehr Expert Witness

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Ehr expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on ehr. The ehr expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Cardiovascular Disease, Emergency Medicine, Health Informatics, Hospitalist, Information Technology, and Internal Medicine.

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Stephanie L Kokseng, MD Z & Z Healthcare, LLC

Scottsdale, Arizona
Internal Medicine, Hospitalist - telemedicine, Geriatrics, EHR, Meaningful Use, Internal Medicine
I am board certified in internal medicine based in Phoenix, AZ and practice as a hospitalist. I have private practice and locum tenens experience. I am licensed in FL, AZ, TN, MO and NC.

Mark Baker, MD, FACEP, FAMIA

California
Emergency Medicine, Health Informatics - Emergency Medicine, Health Informatics, Clinical Informatics, Medical Records, Electronic Health Records, EHR, EMR, Alert Fatigue, Clinical Documentation, Quality Improvement.
Dr. Baker is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics. Clinical practice includes more than 30 years of emergency medicine. He was in the first group of physicians to become board certified in clinical informatics. He is on faculty at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and teaches a graduate level course in Health Informatics. He Is the Medical Informatics Director at his primary hospital and the past Chief-of-Staff. He coordinates the emergency department informatics committee for a four-hospital system and assisted with the Epic implementation for all four hospitals. He is licensed in Hawaii and California. He trained at Harbor - UCLA Medical Center and worked in California prior to moving to Hawaii. He has recent informatics training through Oregon Health and Science University.

Paul R. Minton, MD Minton Consulting

Alpharetta, Georgia
Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiovascular Disease - Stress and heart, stress and heart attack, stress and sudden death, impact of stress from work on the heart, impact of stress from personal injury on the heart, weaknesses of the EHR and impact on patient care and patient outcomes
Dr. Minton graduated from Boston University School of Medicine and trained in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital, V.A. Hospital, and Tufts-New England Medical Center, all in Boston and trained in cardiology at the University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver. He was Senior Cardiologist with Maine Cardiology Associates, Portland, ME from 1967 to 2002, practicing general, invasive, acute care and preventive cardiology and is on the Active Courtesy Staff, Division of Cardiology at the Maine Medical Center. Certified in Internal Medicine and in Cardiovascular Disease, is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and served as Governor for Maine of the American College of Cardiology from 1977 to 1980. He is a Diplomate of Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease of the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1999 Dr. Minton was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Northern New England Tri-State C...

Mark Baker, MD, FACEP, FAMIA

Kailua, Hawaii
Emergency Medicine, Health Informatics - Emergency Medicine, Health Informatics, Clinical Informatics, Medical Records, Electronic Health Records, EHR, EMR, Alert Fatigue, Clinical Documentation, Quality Improvement.
Dr. Baker is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Clinical Informatics. Clinical practice includes more than 30 years of emergency medicine. He was in the first group of physicians to become board certified in clinical informatics. He is on faculty at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and teaches a graduate level course in Health Informatics. He Is the Medical Informatics Director at his primary hospital and the past Chief-of-Staff. He coordinates the emergency department informatics committee for a four-hospital system and assisted with the Epic implementation for all four hospitals. He is licensed in Hawaii and California. He trained at Harbor - UCLA Medical Center and worked in California prior to moving to Hawaii. He has recent informatics training through Oregon Health and Science University.

Paul R. Minton, MD Minton Consulting

Maine
Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiovascular Disease - Stress and heart, stress and heart attack, stress and sudden death, impact of stress from work on the heart, impact of stress from personal injury on the heart, weaknesses of the EHR and impact on patient care and patient outcomes
Dr. Minton graduated from Boston University School of Medicine and trained in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital, V.A. Hospital, and Tufts-New England Medical Center, all in Boston and trained in cardiology at the University of Colorado Medical Center, Denver. He was Senior Cardiologist with Maine Cardiology Associates, Portland, ME from 1967 to 2002, practicing general, invasive, acute care and preventive cardiology and is on the Active Courtesy Staff, Division of Cardiology at the Maine Medical Center. Certified in Internal Medicine and in Cardiovascular Disease, is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and served as Governor for Maine of the American College of Cardiology from 1977 to 1980. He is a Diplomate of Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease of the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1999 Dr. Minton was awarded the Distinguished Service Award by the Northern New England Tri-State C...

Jonathan Lovins, MD, SFHM, MMCi Duke University Health System

Durham, North Carolina
Hospitalist, Information Technology - Internal Medicine, Informatics, EHR, EMR, electronic medical records, electronic health records, patient portals, medical records, IT, board certified, Medical Director, Internist, negligence, injury, damages, causation, malpractice, quality of care, standard of care, professor, medication error
Experienced expert witness for dozens of hospital medicine cases for over 12 years. Hands on experience for over 10 years as a hospitalist and medical faculty at Duke University Health System. Served as director of 30+ FTE academic and clinical hospital medicine program in Connecticut for over three years. Excellent communication skills from teaching Duke physicians and giving academic presentations and lectures. Duke University, University of Connecticut, and Tufts University educated physician board certified in both internal medicine (hospital medicine focused) and clinical informatics. Awarded Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude from Clark University. Recipient of Senior Fellow in Hospital Medicine designation from the Society of Hospital Medicine and Scholars Award from Duke University. Received training from SEAK in expert witness testimony. Over 5 years of medical informatics experience as Associate Medical Informatics Officer at Duke Regional Hospital and Informatics Physic...

Timothy Hill, MD Astute Hospitalist Consulting, LLC

Portland, Oregon
Hospitalist, Health Informatics - Internal Medicine, Hospitalist, Electronic Medical Records, Electronic Health Records, EMR, EHR, Credentialing, Clinical Informatics, Standard of Care, inpatient medicine, Epic, Cerner, clinical documentation, IT, board certified, negligence, injury, malpractice, quality of care, hospital policies
Dr. Hill is board-certified in Internal Medicine and has a Graduate Certificate in Clinical informatics from Oregon Health and Science University. He has 12 years of experience practicing as a hospitalist in Portland, OR. He serves as the Chief Health Information Officer at a 302-bed community hospital. As Chief Health Information Officer, he is in charge of clinical aspects of the Electronic Health Record which pertain to physicians including documentation, ordersets, and training. He has led hospital EHR implementation efforts of large EHRs including Cerner and Epic. He also is Charmain of the Department of Medicine where he supervises the development of policies, procedures and credentialing standards for multiple medical specialties including Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Critical Care, Nephrology and Neurology. He is responsible for oversight of initiatives to improve patient safety such as peer review and ongoing peer professional evaluation.