Jeremy Michel, MD, MHS

Jeremy Michel, MD, MHS
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
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Jeremy joined CHOP in 2013 after completing a NLM Informatics Fellowship at Yale University and attaining a Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Informatics from the Yale School of Medicine. This marked a return to Philadelphia for him, as he received his MD from Drexel University and completed his residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children. He practices medicine at the Karabots Care Center in West Philadelphia and his experiences there inspire his informatics work. Jeremy is is board certified in clinical informatics. and his current informatics focuses are on translating evidence-based care recommendations into clinical decision support using a transparent and reproducible methodology. He has a strong interest in the alignment of guideline recommendations with decision support and quality measures, based on the belief that clinicians should be able to trust the source of their decision support and relate quality metrics back directly to evidence. This belief was the impetus for his thesis project GEM2QDM, a web-based application for transparent transformation of guideline recommendation into QDM syntax. In addition to his projects at CHOP, Jeremy consults with ECRI Institute on CDS development activities. Additionally, his interests include ADHD care and use of technology to improve patient healthcare. He has participated in the development two decision support modules in use at CHOP: the ADHD Care Assistant and the Healthy Weight Care Assistant. These modules allow him to feel like he is participating in patient care even while he is not working directly with patients. He also consults on the National Guideline Clearinghouse and the National Quality Measure Clearinghouse. Jeremy also holds a BA in biology from Cornell University.