Deputy Director, Center for Health Information and Decision Systems
University of Maryland
Kenyon Crowley is a leader of the Robert H. Smith School of Business’ health IT research portfolio where he serves as Deputy Director of the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS). At CHIDS, Kenyon manages a portfolio of activities aimed at improving the design, adoption, integration and effective use of information systems in healthcare to address outcomes such as patient safety, healthcare quality, efficiency in healthcare delivery, and a reduction in health disparities. He has managed successful projects with a range of government agencies (FDA, ONC, CMS, AHRQ, VA, state and local) and commercial organizations from Fortune 500 firms to startups, and frequently speaks at national and international conferences. Kenyon serves on the National Committee for Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) Workgroup for Health & Human Services Data Access and Use and is a member of the EA Scientific and UMUC Health Informatics Graduate Program advisory boards. He has taught courses in health IT strategy, engineering mobile apps and telehealth executive education. He has won multiple design challenges, including the American Public Health Association’s Codeathon and the Association for Information Science and Technology Disaster Informatics Design Challenge. He has served as a scientific reviewer for joint National Science Foundation / National Institutes of Health Smart and Connected Health Program. He is a University of Maryland iSchool Doctoral Candidate, focused on precision digital health therapy design. He is a Certified Professional in Health Information Management Systems (CPHIMS).