Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Dave Lehr was named Anne Arundel Medical Center’s vice president and chief information officer (CIO) in 2017. He has responsibility for overall strategy and deployment of electronic information and technology services.
Dave joined AAMC in 2015 as executive director of analytics. In his time here, he’s led in the creation of a new Analytics department for the organization, overseen the creation of new organizational data science capabilities and the development of an inter-facility architecture to share Care Alerts across organizations in Maryland. The care alert framework pioneered here at AAMC has gone on to become part of the Maryland Health Services and Cost Review Commission’s CEO checklist for all Maryland hospitals. Dave also serves on the CRISP Privacy and Security committee.
Prior to joining AAMC, Dave worked at Epic where he played a leadership role in building the “Caboodle” population health warehouse and taking it to market. He also worked with the healthcare IT startup, QPID, and cofounded a cloud-based clinical decision support company, Maven Medical. Dave has a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Pennsylvania State University.« Back to Executive Biographies