About Naomi

Naomi Levinthal is the managing director of Advisory Board's Health Care IT Advisor and Quality Reporting Roundtable (previously Meaningful Use Navigator). She specializes in medical informatics, electronic health record (EHR) systems, health IT policy, and quality reporting programs. Naomi’s research interests include topics related to quality reporting, IT implications of regulatory initiatives, and telehealth. Naomi joined the Advisory Board in 2012.

Previously, Naomi served as certification manager for the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT), guiding EHR vendors and hospitals with self-developed systems through testing and certification processes. Prior to her tenure at CCHIT, she was the medical informatics specialist at the American Academy of Dermatology.

Naomi received an MS from Northwestern University in Medical Informatics, an MA from Loyola University Chicago, and is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS).

Areas of expertise

Electronic Medical Records Strategy, IT, MACRA, Market Trends, Strategy, Promoting Interoperability (formerly Meaningful Use), Telemedicine, Health Policy, Quality, Performance Improvement,

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Naomi's Upcoming Events

Oct 17 2019

Quarterly Quality Reporting Roundtable Networking Session

This a networking webconference exclusively available to Quality Reporting Roundtable members. Attendees will learn about a specific topic, ask questions, and hear from others about their experiences with quality reporting. Agenda items will be posted in advance of the session. More Register

Aug 8 2019

EHR Optimization: A Prescription for Clinician Burnout

This 30-minute presentation will describe the EHR's role in clinician burnout, and offer practical recommendations to address this growing problem. More Register

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