Matthew Morgan

Matthew Morgan

Vice President, Patient Experience and Outcomes, Mount Sinai Hospital; Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto (Toronto, ON)

March 31, 2015

Dr. Matthew Morgan is a specialist in internal medicine, health informatics and clinical transformation. He is Mount Sinai Hospital’s first Vice President of the newly created Office of Patient Experience and Outcomes. He is an Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Morgan has held senior positions for health care delivery organizations and for health information technology vendors. His focus is on the use of information in the delivery of a safe, high-quality patient experience that results in optimal outcomes.

Dr. Morgan has a proven track record in the development and implementation of health informatics strategies and clinical transformation solutions for clients in the United States and Canada. He is well respected by his peers for his skills in health informatics, electronic health records, physician engagement, relationship management, organizational readiness, communications, and aligning clinical care strategies and objectives with key project activities to ensure broad stakeholder participation, project success, and health care transformation.

Dr. Morgan completed his medical training at Dalhousie University and the University of Toronto, and completed his Masters in Clinical Epidemiology with a focus on shared decision-making and the evaluation of clinical decision-support systems at the University of Toronto. He is a Fellow of both the Canadian Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and the American College of Physicians.

He is a co-author of the book Electronic Medical Records: A Guide for Clinicians and Administrators published in 2001 and 2008 by the American College of Physicians. He has written numerous articles and presented widely on physician adoption of electronic health records, computerized physician order entry, chronic disease management, and patient safety.

Role: Health Data - Volunteer - Panel Member
Report: Accessing Health and Health-Related Data in Canada (March 2015)