Bruce Levy, MD, CPE is a Professor at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSoM), as well as Program Director of the CI Fellowship and Associate CMIO at Geisinger. He is board certified in Clinical Informatics, in addition to Anatomic, Clinical and Forensic Pathology. He is the current Chair of the Community of Clinical Informatics Program Directors.
Dr. Levy has been involved with informatics and medical education for decades. As a practicing forensic pathologist and Chief Medical Examiner for Tennessee, he created one of first forensic information systems, which led him into the field of informatics full time. He also founded the first forensic fellowship in Nashville where he taught many physicians, attorneys and law enforcement professionals. At the University of Illinois at Chicago where he was Associate CHIO and Director of Pathology Informatics, Dr. Levy founded one of the initial group of ACGME-accredited clinical informatics programs.
At Geisinger, Dr. Levy is not only the CI fellowship program director, but is also responsible for the informatics educational programs at GCSoM that includes undergraduate medical students, residents and fellows, and graduate students. As ACMIO, his focus is on facilitating the informatics needs of its research division, including Geisinger's MyCode initiative, precision medicine and population health. He is also actively involved with the operational informatics needs of Geisinger as ACMIO.