Andrew Ury, MD, is currently the Chief Executive Officer and founder of ActX. He founded ActX in 2012.
ActX is the leader in EHR integrated genomic decision support. The ActX service makes precision medicine possible by integrating genomics directly into the doctor's everyday tool -- the Electronic Health Record (EHR). ActX has partnered with 10 EHRs.
Dr. Ury has twice been Vice Chair of the Electronic Health Record Association, and has served on advisory committees for the National Quality Forum, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Joint Commission.
Dr. Ury is the founder of the first commercial PC-based Electronic Health Record (Electronic Medical Record) company, Practice Partner. Practice Partner subsequently became one of the market leaders in Electronic Health Records (EHR) and integrated Practice Management systems, with thousands of medical practices using the product. Practice Partner won the TEPR “Best EHR” award three times.
Dr. Ury was CEO of Practice Partner / Physician Micro Systems until February 2007, when it was acquired by McKesson. He served as General Manager of Practice Partner and then as Chief Medical Officer at McKesson until 2009.
Dr. Ury is a graduate of Stanford Medical School and did his post graduate training at the University of Washington.