Hacking Health Care: Exploring the Evolution of Health Care Technology in a Post Pandemic World
Fred D. Rachman, MD received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Johns Hopkins University and his Doctor of Medicine degree from Temple University. He has more than 30 years experience in primary health care delivery and administration, and extensive experience in Community Health Center leadership and in directing Community Health Center programs and research initiatives.
Dr. Rachman presently serves as Chief Executive Officer of the AllianceChicago, a HRSA funded network of primary care Community Health Centers which provides Health Information Technology infrastructure utilized by more than 55 Safety Net Health Centers in 18 States. He also serves as Co-Director of the Chicago Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center.
Dr. Rachman is an Attending Physician in Pediatrics at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, and sees patients as a Pediatrician at Erie Family Health Center, an FQHC in Chicago. His voluntary leadership involvement has included among others the Board of the Health and Medicine Policy Research Group, the Illinois Health Information Exchange Advisory Board and Community Health Applied Research Network Steering Committee and Board of Directors of the Health Information Management Systems Society, He currently serves as the Chair of the National Advisory Council for the National Collaborative of HIT for the Underserved.