David McClintock Named Associate Chief Medical Information Officer Representing Pathology

By Ranjit Aiyagari | Michigan Medicine | 31 October

Dear Colleagues:

I am delighted to name Dr. David McClintock Associate Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) representing the areas of Pathology and Pathology Informatics within the Office of Clinical Informatics (OCI), effective 11/1/2017.

Dr. McClintock is a board-certified pathologist (AP/CP) and a subspecialty board certified clinical informaticist who serves as the Director of Digital Pathology and Associate Director of Pathology Informatics.  His primary clinical interests include operational pathology and clinical laboratory informatics, workflow analysis, laboratory information system optimization and improved integration of pathology and clinical laboratory data within the EHR.  Dr. McClintock is an Associate Professor within the Department of Pathology and his research interests include understanding the role and effects of whole slide imaging and digital pathology within the clinical laboratories, the effects of image analysis and computational pathology on diagnostics and patient outcomes, and how to improve the availability of laboratory data analytics to clinicians to better optimize patient care and clinical decision-making.

Dr. McClintock recently made the move to Michigan Medicine from the University of Chicago, where he had served as the Director of Pathology Informatics, Medical Director of Point of Care Testing, and as a Faculty Director of the Masters of Biomedical Informatics Program.

We are very excited to welcome Dr. David McClintock to the OCI in his new role.

Ranjit Aiyagari MD FACC

Chief Medical Information Officer, University of Michigan Health System

Associate Professor, Pediatric Cardiology