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Appendix B: Committee Biographical Information
Pages 128-133

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From page 128...
... Among his multiple roles at IPHI, he serves as the chief medical officer for the California Department of Managed Health Care, director of the California Cancer Reporting and Epidemiologic Surveillance Program, and Chief Quality Improvement Consultant for the Medi-Cal Quality Improvement Program.
From page 129...
... , Dr. Detmer created its national health information infrastructure work group that envisioned secure integrated electronic health records for medical care and public health as well as personal use, including national coordination.
From page 130...
... Navy after serving 20 years in the Navy Civil Engineer Corps, where he served in various facilities and construction management positions including the director of construction for a 1,000,000 SF, $185 million medical center and utilities plant replacement project and as the facilities director at the Navy's largest medical center and 19 satellite clinics.
From page 131...
... From 2008 to 2014, he was lead associate, Facilities and Asset Management Consulting Services, with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he led technical consulting teams who collaborated with clients and other Booz Allen colleagues to develop vision, strategies, courses of action, and practical solutions that shape, improve, and optimize the built environment.
From page 132...
... From 2014 to 2017, he was executive project integration with Walt Disney Imagineering, leading a program delivery transformation employing Lean Integrated Project Delivery methodologies.
From page 133...
... Notable clients include the National Institutes of Health, numerous academic medical centers, all branches of service of the Department of Defense, major health systems (including Kaiser Permanente, Sutter, and Universal) , and many regional and community healthcare providers.

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