Dr. Lin is the Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Colorado Health in Aurora, Colorado. He is responsible for advocating and deploying innovative clinical information systems at the largest academic medical center in the Rocky Mountain region. Dr. Lin is a nationally recognized expert in innovative research on personal health records and online patient communication and has extensive experience creating physician leadership structures related to clinical system implementations. His clinical leadership includes electronic health records, improving the readability of clinical notes, clinical decision support, teaching physician-patient communication, and use of computers in the examination room to improve patient care.
Dr. Lin received a Sponsored Fellowship from the National Library of Medicine and is a recipient of numerous grants from government, education, and private enterprise including, the Department of Health and Human Services, the University of Colorado Hospital and Health Science Center, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and The Commonwealth Fund. He has written original articles and studies for JAMA Internal Medicine, the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, American Journal of Managed Care, and the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Dr. Lin graduated Artium Baccalaureatus, cum laude, in Molecular Biology from Harvard University. He completed his medical degree at Stanford University and fulfilled his internship and residency at the University of California, Davis Medical Center. He is board certified and continues to practice Internal Medicine, and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.
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