Henry J Feldman MD FACP

Henry J Feldman MD FACP

Chief Information Architect
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Henry J Feldman MD FACP

Henry Feldman, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.

He currently holds dual appointments in the Division of General Internal Medicine in the section of Hospital Medicine and in the Division of Clinical Informatics. He works as a hospitalist at BIDMC on the teaching and non-teaching medical services and is heading the redesign of the patient portal "PatientSite" at BIDMC.

He also is the Chief Information Architect for the Division of Clinical Informatics, and runs the division's software development team. He has designed several clinical systems, including the RW Electronic Health Record, the ChartReview chart auditing system, Physician Licensing amonth others.

Education

He received his undergraduate degree from Northeastern University in Boston in 1990, then returned to Medical School graduating from NYU School of Medicine in 2001. He completed an Internal Medicine Residency at NYU Medical Center/Bellevue, followed by a year as a Chief Medical Resident at NYU. He also did a 2 year research fellowship in Medical Informatics at NYU. Clinically during his fellowship he was a medical attending in the outpatient clinic at the NY VA Medical Center as well as a ward attending at Bellevue Hospital and the NY VA Medical Center.

Work Experience

Prior to becoming a physician he was in the computer industry for almost 10 years, serving with such companies as Microsoft, 2 subsidiaries of Allen-Bradley, The Boston Consulting Group, among others. For the 2 years prior to coming to Harvard, he served in the section of Medical Informatics at NYU School of Medicine, and created the web based virtual patient modules as part of the CDC Psychosocial Aspects of Bioterrorism grant as well as computerizing outpatient clinic scheduling.

He currently also runs the combined physician/nursing education team on BIDMC's east campus and has started the pet-therapy program there as well.