Dr. Andrew M. Wiesenthal has been with Deloitte since May 2010. From April 2000 until joining Deloitte, he was Associate Executive Director of the Permanente Federation. There, his work was in the arenas of development and deployment of automated medical records, decision support, and other clinical systems for all of Kaiser Permanente. Most notably, he was the national physician leader for the Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect (electronic health record) project from its inception through its successful conclusion in 2010. From 1983 until April 2000, Dr. Wiesenthal served as a pediatrician and pediatric infectious diseases consultant with the Colorado Permanente Medical Group (CPMG). He also led CPMG’s quality management program and served as Associate Medical Director for Medical Management, with responsibility for quality management, utilization management, regulatory compliance, risk management, credentialing and physician performance, and informatics. Since joining Deloitte, he has been a leader on numerous clinical information system projects, as well as health care delivery system strategy and improvement projects. He is a widely recognized health information technology leader, serving on the Federal Health Information Technology Standards Committee, as co-chair of its Precision Medicine Task Force, and as a member of its Public Health Work Group. He is also a member of the HL7 Advisory Council and of the Executive Committee of the Council on Clinical Information Technology of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from SNOMED International. Dr. Wiesenthal graduated from Yale University with a BA degree with honors in Latin American Studies in 1971 and received his MD in 1975 from the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Colorado in 1978, and then he served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer with the Centers for Disease Control from 1978-80 before returning to the University of Colorado for a pediatric infectious disease fellowship, which was completed in 1983. He is board certified in both general pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases. In 2004, Dr. Wiesenthal earned an SM (Master of Science) in Health Care Management from the Harvard School of Public Health.