Peter Greene, as chief medical information officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), has been asked to oversee a wide range of innovative programs regarding intelligent computing, advanced analytics and data governance. Peter has performed many of these functions for some time, but with this step we seek to both formalize and extend his role.
He will continue to play a lead role in the implementation and optimization of Epic and other clinical information systems. A nationally recognized expert in applied informatics, he oversees a team of informatics champions who are working to improve workflows and support better clinical communication and decision making. Peter will also remain the chair of the Data Trust Council, which is responsible for the governance of JHM data and development of policies to ensure the quality and accessibility of data and its use for appropriate purposes.
Peter will lead the development of new organizational structures and processes for data governance and to oversee the operational coordination of enterprise wide analytics. In this role, he will work with senior leaders from across JHM to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of analytics, including working within our clinical enterprise as well as at the interface of our clinical, research and educational missions — for example, with Johns Hopkins inHealth.