John D'Amore

John D'Amore

    John D'Amore has over a decade of experience providing informatics and strategic insight to healthcare organizations. He most recently founded Diameter Health, a health IT start-up to improve clinical, operational and financial outcomes through the intelligent use of data and predictive analytics. Previously, John was Vice President at Eclipsys (now Allscripts) overseeing enterprise performance management solutions. Before then, John worked at the largest health system in Texas overseeing clinical informatics, decision support and business intelligence. During his tenure, Memorial Hermann won accolades for its financial performance as well as the National Quality Forum Award for exceptional clinical care. John has published on best practices in population health and presented at national forums on how information technology can improve medical outcomes. He holds a biochemistry degree from Harvard University and a graduate degree in clinical informatics from the University of Texas, School of Biomedical Informatics.

    C-CDAs: The Fuel For Medical Apps

    C-CDAs: The Fuel For Medical Apps »

    11 Aug, 2014
    Developing medical apps requires harnessing data from C-CDAs. Image via creative commons. When you look at Google’s and Apple’s app stores, you'll see that they're populated with thousands of applications that have revolutionized how we communicate and think about our phones. These apps are the reason we call our phones ‘smartphones.’ When you…

    MedTech Profiles: Diameter Health–Using Big Data to Predict Readmissions »

    21 Dec, 2013
    Calculating Readmission Risk Predicting readmissions is hard. Back in 2011, a research article in JAMA bluntly stated that “most current readmission risk models perform poorly.” That sounded like a challenge to me; I’m founder of Diameter Health and a data guy who likes tough problems. While not a physician, I’ve worked in healthcare for over…

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