CBDS Distinguished Speaker Seminar Series: "A Vision for Computable Analytics, or Analysis on FHIR"
Dr. Lehmann is Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Data Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics. He is a board-certified pediatrician with doctoral training in informatics. He led Johns Hopkins informatics education efforts for 20 years. He now focuses on clinical research informatics, leading the Hopkins informatics efforts in PCORnet and National COVID Cohort Collaboration, where is also a member of the Data Ingestion and Harmonization team, and co-chair of the Applicable Data Methods and Standards group, with efforts ranging from concepts sets through analytics. He is active in EBMonFHIR/COKA, because of his interest in computable science, more generally, and computable evidence, in particular.
Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineHarold Lehmann, PhDDirector of Research and Training, Division of Health Sciences Informatics