About Tony

Dr. Anantachai (Tony) Panjamapirom serves as a subject matter expert in the Quality Reporting Roundtable practice at The Advisory Board Company. He provides policy analysis, strategic and operational guidance, and meaningful use best practices. His other research focuses on the benefits of EMRs, IT performance management, and IT implications in the accountable care environment.

Prior to joining the Advisory Board, he was a researcher in the Department of Health Services Administration, School of Health Professions at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), and was involved in multiple federal and private grant-funded research projects, including the evaluation of physicians’ perception on an HIE system, and implementation of an interactive voice response to improve diagnostic quality and closed loop feedback.

Previously, he worked in the Division of Continuing Medical Education—School of Medicine at UAB, developing more than 30 web-based interventions as educational resources that assist and engage physicians in professional development activities.

Tony earned a PhD in Health Services Administration, an MBA from UAB, and an MS in Information and Communication Sciences from Ball State University. He is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems.


Areas of expertise

Meaningful Use, Electronic Medical Records Strategy, IT, MACRA, Market Trends, Strategy,

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Webconference
Oct 12 2018

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

Webconference
Jul 13 2018

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

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