The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services has added Andrew Rosenberg, M.D. to the company’s board of directors. His appointment is effective Oct. 20.
Rosenberg, a tenured associate professor of anesthesiology, critical care, and internal medicine at the University of Michigan, was appointed to a three-year term unanimously by the MiHIN Board of Directors. He joins with nearly 20 years of experience in the field of health IT.
Rosenberg currently serves as the chief information officer for Michigan Medicine. As CIO, Rosenberg guides the strategic planning and operations of technology and information services across the U-M Health System and Medical School.
“Dr. Rosenberg not only brings the voice of a board-certified physician to our table, but he is also a health IT and CIO leader of national stature,” said Dr. Tim Pletcher, MiHIN Executive Director. “We are pleased to welcome him to our Board of Directors and are looking forward to the insight and expertise he can offer.”
Previously, Rosenberg was the chief medical information officer and the executive director of information and data management for the U-M Health System, where he oversaw reporting, data warehousing, enterprise document management, and health information exchange services. Rosenberg also served as the interim vice president for information technology and chief information officer for U-M from 2017 to 2018.
“As someone with nearly two decades of experience in the medical field, both as a physician treating patients and a CIO building executive relationships and implementing EHRs and other strategic IT platforms, as well as complex data and information integration projects including those related to health information exchange at U-M, I am thrilled to be joining MiHIN’s Board of Directors,” said Rosenberg. “MiHIN is doing critical work to ensure that data is safely and securely shared, improving health outcomes for patients and leading the charge to accelerate interoperability both in Michigan and across the country.”
Rosenberg attended Johns Hopkins Medical School where he completed a residency in internal medicine. Subsequently, he completed residencies in anesthesiology and critical care medicine. He was a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow at U-M as well as one of the early diplomats with board certification in clinical informatics.