The Dossia Consortium's initiatives are informed by an advisory board of clinicians and researchers with a deep understanding of the patient-physician relationship, consumer-driven health and value-based care. Our research and development activities are driven by the expertise and experience of this exemplary group.

Today we are reaching out beyond the practitioner community to include patients with a shared interest in using personal health data and new technology to actively manage their health and health care decisions.

Clinician Advisory Board

Holly Miller
MD, Internist, Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, Ohio

Dr. Miller is managing director of the e-Cleveland Clinic MyChart and MyMonitoring programs. In her work with e-Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Miller supports the development of e-health initiatives and coordinates the development of Clinical Internet Strategy within the Clinic. Dr. Miller is board-certified in general internal medicine.

Jason Mitchell
MD, AAFP
Kansas City, Kansas

Dr. Mitchell is director of the Center for Health Information Technology at the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Mitchell is a board certified family physician and a member of the American Medical Informatics Association, where he chairs its primary-care informatics working group. He is the U.S. representative to a World Health Organization initiative on informatics for primary-care physicians.

Kevin Stephens
MD, JD, OB-GYN
New Orleans, Louisiana

Dr. Stephens is a New Orleans-based board certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. He currently serves as the Health Director for the City of New Orleans. He has served previously as the Women's Health Medical Director for the Office of Public Health in the Department of Health and Hospitals for the State of Louisiana. He also serves on the clinical faculty of Xavier University, Dillard University, LSU Medical School and Tulane Medical School.

Tom Sullivan
MD, Cardiologist
Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Sullivan is a board certified specialist in cardiology and internal medicine. He is a past president of the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS) and is a member of the Society's Committee on Publications (overseeing the New England Journal of Medicine and other publications), and the Committee on Information Technology. Dr. Sullivan's expertise in the application of information technology to health care has helped to create an international standard (ASTM) for the exchange of medical record information called the Continuity of Care Record (CCR). He was the founding chair of the AMA e-Medicine Advisory Committee, and has worked closely with the AMA's Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement.

He is a past recipient of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium's annual "Investing in Information" award. He currently represents the AMA on the Physician EHR Coalition (PEHRC) as the Co-Chair and is involved with many other advisory roles on a local, regional and national level, including the Markle Foundation "Connecting for Health" Steering Committee. He has been an active user of Rcopia ePrescribing in his office for the past 3 years and became a member of the senior management team at Dr First.com last year.

Susan Woods
MD, MPH, Internal Medicine
Portland, OR

Dr. Woods is a general internist, consumer informatics specialist and researcher at the Portland VA Medical Center and faculty at Oregon Health & Science University, Departments of Medicine and Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology. At the Veterans Health Administration, she serves in the Office of Informatics & Analytics. As a champion of participatory care, Dr. Woods brings the patient and family voice into the design and development of health IT services. She leads the patient-facing component of the Health Informatics Initiative, the VHA effort to develop the next generation of electronic 'records', the Health Management Platform. She encourages disruptive change, innovation and transparency on her blog, Shared Health Data.

Alan Zuckerman
MD, Pediatrician
Washington, D.C.

Dr. Zuckerman is a board certified pediatrician who specializes in children and youth ambulatory services He is assistant professor of family medicine and director of Primary Care Informatics at Georgetown University Medical Center. Dr. Zuckerman's primary research interests focus on pediatrics and medical informatics, using information technology in the service of medical practice.