NorthBay Hires Chief Medical Information Officer

Dr. Justin V. Graham

Bolstering its position as a leader in Electronic Health Record technology, NorthBay Healthcare has hired its first-ever chief medical information officer. Stepping in to assist Donald Denmark, M.D., vice president of Medical Affairs, is Justin V. Graham, M.D., M.S.

Dr. Graham, a medical informaticist and a practicing infectious disease specialist, most recently was a physician executive for Dearborn Advisors, an Illinois-based firm specializing in healthcare information technology. He also saw infectious disease patients at Palo Alto Medical Foundation and Stanford University.

He previously served for nearly three years as chief medical information officer for the federal receiver now running the California prison healthcare system.
Dr. Graham supervised healthcare information technology projects and created and chaired the receiver’s Healthcare Information Technology Executive Committee. He also was an attending physician specializing in infectious diseases at California Medical Facility and California State Prison, Solano, both in Vacaville.

His previous roles include medical director for quality and informatics at Lumetra and senior consultant for healthcare strategy and operations at Deloitte Consulting.

“NorthBay is looking forward to Dr. Graham’s leadership and expertise in the process of optimization and expansion of our electronic health record,” notes Dr. Denmark.

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