Dr. Chang is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Tampa General Hospital. He began his undergraduate training at the University of South Florida. He went on to attend medical school at USF’s Morsani College of Medicine, where he was heavily involved in the creation of the student-run BRIDGE free clinic. He also completed his internal medicine residency at USF and was later appointed as an Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine for USF Health. During his three years as an academic hospitalist, he was associate program director for the internal medicine residency program and the director of medical simulation at CAMLS. He joined Tampa General Hospital as the CMIO in 2014. He is responsible for all the technologies which touch patients and healthcare providers. Dr. Chang continues to see patients and educate residents and students on hospital wards as voluntary part time faculty with USF Health.