Dr. Rosner is a digital health expert, practicing hospital-based physician, published researcher, public speaker, entrepreneur, and a driving force in public policy changes that improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of healthcare in the U.S.
As the founding CMIO of HealthLoop, a prominent digital patient engagement company which he helped build into a national presence serving over 48 hospitals and 110 medical groups, Dr. Rosner led all of the company’s analytics, research publications, IP filings, and clinical efforts. He has worked closely with the former and current leadership at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (Patrick Conway and Kate Goodrich), and was the lead author of an Improvement Activity in the Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) of CMS’ Quality Payment Program which has received media coverage here.
He has collaborated with academic thought leaders and healthcare decision makers throughout the country, and his pioneering research involving digital health cohort studies and digital patient engagement platforms have generated a variety of press coverage.
With a PhD in engineering, Dr. Rosner applies mathematical concepts to understand and to create change medicine and healthcare.
He has founded and leads two large national consortia on patient generated health data (wearables and patient reported outcome measures) and on a metric for patient engagement and empowerment (PEER) with thought leaders from prominent organizations including the American Medical Association, CMS, the American Heart Association, HIMSS, the American College of Surgeons, industry, and academia.
He is a cited domain expert in Participatory Healthcare, and he frequently presents his research at academic conferences such as AMIA, and as an invited speaker at national conferences/venues on digital health such AVIA, HX360, American College of Physicians, Connected Health Device Summit, Stanford, UCSF, and the CDC.