Dr. O’Malley graduated from Amherst College and Cornell University Medical College. He completed his residency training at Massachusetts General Hospital where he is on staff as an internist/geriatrician and provides clinical care, supervises trainees and conducts research on improving transitions of care and the exchange of clinical information at transitions. At the national level he co-led the Long Term and Post Acute Care (LTPAC) Transitions of Care and the Longitudinal Coordination of Care (LCC) work groups within the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology S&I Framework. Currently he is the Community Lead on the Electronic Long Term Services and Supports work group (eLTSS) which is developing standards for the exchange of an LTSS care plan. Over the past ten years he has served on many technical expert panels to advise CMS on issues such as quality measures for post acute care, readmission metrics, development and refinement of the CARE Tool, and establishing a standardized functional assessment tool for PAC. He is currently on the NQF Care Coordination Measure Endorsement Standing Committee, the NQF Interoperability Measures Framework Project, and is a member of the Federal HIT Advisory Committee.