Adam Szerencsy, DO

Medical Director, Ambulatory Informatics
NYU Langone Medical Center
Dr. Adam Szerencsy is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. He is board certified in both Clinical Informatics and Family Medicine and serves as the Medical Director for Ambulatory Informatics at NYU Langone Health. Dr. Szerencsy has led the implementation and optimization of the electronic health record across NYU Langone’s expanding ambulatory network. Under his leadership, the organization has brought more than 5000 providers up on Epic, received the HIMSS Davies Enterprise Award and achieved HIMSS Stage 7 status, the first hospital system in New York State to receive this distinction. In addition to his implementation experience, Dr. Szerencsy has helped the organization develop an informatics infrastructure to support numerous strategic initiatives including its value based medicine and shared savings programs, improving the patient digital experience, patient engagement, population management, optimizing health information exchange and the development and deployment provider quality dashboards. Dr. Szerencsy completed a Clinical Quality Fellowship program with the Greater NY Hospital Association and is involved in many departmental and enterprise level quality improvement initiatives. Prior to joining NYU, Dr. Szerencsy served as a Medical Director and Physician Informaticist at the Institute for Family Health. During his tenure there, the Institute was awarded the prestigious HIMSS Davies Public Health Award. Dr. Szerencsy received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania, attended Medical School at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and is a Wharton Executive Education Aresty Scholar. He completed his residency at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. Dr. Szerencsy also continues to practice medicine part-time within the NYU Langone Health Faculty Group Practice.