David B. Graham, MD, age 49, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer/Chief Medical Information Officer of the System, and Clinical Associate Professor, Family & Community Medicine for SIUSM.
Dr. Graham provides strategic and operational leadership for all facets of information technology and clinical informatics. He joined the System in January 2008 as the Chief Medical Information Officer and expanded his duties in his current role in January 2009. Dr. Graham’s interests emphasize process improvement and high quality, patient-centered healthcare through information technology systems and support. He serves the dual role of Chief Medical Information Officer and Chief Information Officer in work with physicians, residents, nurses, and all clinical units as the leader for information technology development and implementation. Dr. Graham is an experienced clinician and informaticist with over 23 years of experience. He continues active practice and teaching as clinical associate professor for SIUSM’s Department of Family and Community Medicine.
Dr. Graham graduated from the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in 1995 and completed his family medicine residency at the Oregon Health and Sciences University in 1998. He emphasized clinical informatics, practice-based research and curriculum design in his faculty development fellowship at the University of Washington in 1999. Dr. Graham practiced in rural Eastern Oregon for several years prior to joining the faculty at the University of Colorado in 2004.
Updated January 2019