Dr. Schneider recently retired as Senior Vice President and Chief Health Information Officer at Indiana University Health. He continues to provide care for babies and teaches at UT Southwestern/Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He currently serves on the Child Health Informatics Advisory Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics and was one of the original authors of the Continuity of Care Record Standard in 2003. He also is an active member of the Texas Medical Association HIT Committee, known for its outspokenness regarding HIT safety issues.
Dr. Schneider has an MD from Emory University and an MBA from Columbia with 15 years of business experience including managing a startup medical device company that was a joint venture in atherectomy. In 2014 he achieved board certification in Clinical Informatics. He served as the Chief Medical Information Officer for the Baylor Health Care System in Dallas prior to moving to Indiana.
His passions are the families he cares for and the quality, safety and usability of the technology that will be used to help them have wonderful lives.
Expertise: Informatics ∙ Healthcare Practitioner ∙ Hospital Leadership