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CURRICULUM VITAE




Gary S. Fischer, MD, FACP




Professor of Medicine

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Department of Medicine




BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION


Name:

Gary S. Fischer, MD, FACP


Birth Date:

June 2, 1964

Home Address:

2641 Beechwood Blvd

Pittsburgh, PA 15217




Birth Place:

Wilkes-Barre, PA

Home Phone:

412-862-8230


Citizenship:

US

Business Address:

Division of General Internal Medicine

University of Pittsburgh Medical School

MUH E-920

200 Lothrop St

Pittsburgh, PA 15213



E-mail:

fischerg@upmc.edu


Business Phone:

412-692-4888


Business Fax:

412-692-4892




EDUCATION AND TRAINING


Undergraduate











1982-1986

Franklin and Marshall College

Lancaster, Pennsylvania




BA, (1986), Mathematics




Graduate











1986-1990

Harvard Medical School

Boston, Massachusetts




MD (1990)
















Postgraduate











1990-1993

Massachusetts General Hospital

Boston, Massachusetts




Intern and Resident,

Primary Care Internal Medicine

(Director: Dr. Michael Barry)


1993-1995

University of Pittsburgh Medical School

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania




Fellow, Medical Ethics and

Internal Medicine

(Director: Dr. Robert Arnold)












FACULTY DEVELOPMENT


1995

Faculty Development Course, American Academy of Physician and Patient, Annual Course on Patient Doctor Communication



2001

Mini-Advanced Training Program, Intermountain Health Care Institute for Health Care Delivery Research



2002-2004

Faculty Scholar in the Care of Older Adults, Society of General Internal Medicine and John A Hartford Foundation


2005
2014

Faculty Development Course, American Academy for Physician and Patient
UPMC Data Analytics Program, Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College



APPOINTMENTS AND POSITIONS

Academic Appointments





1995-2005

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


1999-present

Medical Director of Ambulatory Services, UPP-General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


2005-2015

Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.



2007-present

Associate Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Second Appointment, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


2011-2015

Vice Chair for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety,

Department of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.




2015-present

Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Non-Academic Appointments


2003-2015


Associate Medical Director for the Ambulatory eRecord, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.




2016-present

Associate Chief Medical Information Officer, UPMC

Medical Director, eRecord Population Health and Ambulatory Decision Support







CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

Specialty Certification


1993, 2003, 2013

American Board of Internal Medicine.


Medical and Other Professional Licensure


1993

Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine.




MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES


1990-1995

Massachusetts Medical Society.


1990-2002

American Medical Association


1992-present
1994-1997
1994-1999

American College of Physicians
Society for Health and Human Values/American Society for Humanities and Medical Ethics
American Academy of Physician and Patient


1994-present


Society of General Internal Medicine.


1994-present

Pennsylvania Medical Society






HONORS AND AWARDS


1986
1986

1999


2001

2002


2002

2002


summa cum laude, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Williamson Medalist (student commencement speaker), Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Best Pre-Course, for “Communicating with Patients at the End of Life,” Society of General Internal Medicine National Annual Meeting.
Second Place, Performance Improvement Fair, UPMC-Presbyterian, for “Improving Customer Service by Clinic Registration and Laboratory Processes”
Selected Participant, Faculty Scholar in the Care of Older Adults, Society of General Internal Medicine and John A Hartford Foundation
Best Presentation in Innovations in Clinical Practice, Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting for “Bursting the Bubble: Improving Call Center for UPP” General Internal Medicine Outpatient Setting.
First Prize Quality Cup, Performance Improvement Fair, UPMC Presbyterian, for “Improving Call Center Performance”


2005

UPMC Physician ACES Award.


2007

Second Place for Sustained Achievement, Performance Improvement Fair, UPMC-Presbterian, for “Diabetes Management in Primary Care”.


2009

Shadyside Hospital Foundation Quality Award, Special Recognition for “Improved Chronic Care Management in Primary Care General Internal Medicine Partners”.


2010

Recognition of Quality Service to the Physician Services Division and the Ambulatory eRecord.


2010

Frank E. Rath Award for Outstanding Leadership in Information Technology and Innovation, UPMC Physician Services Division.


2012

PAC 2012 Scholar, Epic Physicians Advisory Council.


2013

Recognition for Contributions to Quality of Care, UPP-General Internal Medicine.


2013

National Council of Quality Assurance (NCQA) Recognition for Delivery of Quality Diabetes Care.


2016
2016

Practice Innovation and Quality Award, Society for General Internal Medicine National Meeting
Fellow, American College of Physicians















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