Kenyon Crowley is Director of Health Innovation at the University of Maryland Center of Excellence for Health IT Research and Associate Director at the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS) at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Kenyon is a passionate health IT advocate and a leader of the University of Maryland's health IT agenda. He manages programs to research, analyze, and recommend solutions to challenges surrounding the introduction and integration of information and decision technologies into the health care system. His research has explored health information exchange performance and sustainability, EHR design and usability, HIS maturity models, EHRs to support clinical research, pay-for-performance schemes, health 2.0 technologies, economic models and innovative applications of health IT for consumer and clinical use. His experience includes health IT strategy with Johnson & Johnson, business strategy consulting as founder of Carolina Business & Investment Services and he was a Fortune 500 commercial banker and venture capital consultant, respectively. Kenyon is the founder and director for the Innovate 4 Healthcare Challenge, a nationwide university contest to develop new healthcare solutions. He serves as Co-Chair of the HIMSS NCA Mentorship Program. He is a member of the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS) Working Group on HHS Data Access and Use. He has over 12 years’ experience managing multi-disciplinary projects for both commercial and government clients. When he’s not working to accelerate health care transformation, you’ll likely find him on a soccer field or at a concert.
University of Maryland, University of North Carolina at Wilmington