Andrew L. Rosenberg, MD

Associate Professor, Anesthesiology
Chief Medical Information Officer

Dr. Rosenberg MD, is the Chief Medical Information Officer for the University of Michigan Health System, directs the UMHS Office of Clinical Informatics and is the Health IT Steward for the University of Michigan. Prior to this he was Director of inpatient information systems at UMHS, as well as the Chief of the Critical Care Division in the Department of Anesthesiology and the Director of the Cardiovascular Center Intensive Care Unit. He is an associate professor of Anesthesiology & Internal Medicine. He attended the Johns Hopkins Medical School where he also completed a residency in Internal Medicine. He then pursued a multi-disciplinary critical care fellowship at George Washington University where he studied with the founders of the APACHE ICU prediction systems. Dr. Rosenberg was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Michigan focusing on health-informatics, policy and health services research followed by an anesthesiology residency there as well.   Andrew’s research has focused on risk-adjustment strategies using clinically derived information as well as the use of electronic health information systems to provide clinical decision support. Dr. Rosenberg has received funding from the NIH SCCOR (Specialized Center of Clinically Oriented Research in Acute Lung Injury, as well intramural UMHS and industry-sponsored grants in a variety of critical care oriented investigations.  Andrew’s recent work in informatics has been in the areas of integrating large scale enterprise clinical electronic information systems to health system research IT capabilities, enterprise activation and optimization of electronic health and business applications, and IT governance across complex academic health systems.