Amanda C. Logue, MD, is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Lafayette General Health in Lafayette, Louisiana. In addition to rounding as a hospitalist at Lafayette General Medical Center, Dr. Logue serves as the liaison between the provider community and the information systems department. Her focus is engaging physician partners in technology and innovation, transitioning the health system focus to true population health, and continuous progress in using technology to improve patient care. Lafayette General Health currently includes 7 facilities with over 700 inpatient beds, 1200 physicians and residents, and 5,000 employees. She completed her undergraduate training at Louisiana State University in Microbiology and medical training at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. Dr. Logue completed her residency training and chief resident year at University of Tennessee in Memphis. Dr. Logue is board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Clinical Informatics through the American Board of Preventative Medicine.