Justin Graham, MD, MS
Justin Graham is a physician executive with over 15 years of experience in quality improvement, medical informatics, information technology, performance improvement, and clinical operations.
Dr. Graham currently serves as Chief Medical Information Officer for NorthBay Healthcare in Fairfield, California. He is the clinical leader for all initiatives related to clinical information systems in use at NorthBay’s hospitals and outpatient clinics. His current focus is optimizing NorthBay’s electronic health record system, including computerized provider order entry and electronic documentation, to improve the quality of patient care and organizational efficiency.
Previously, Dr. Graham was Chief Medical Information Officer for the California Prison Healthcare Receivership, which managed an integrated delivery network encompassing 33 California facilities; Medical Director for Quality and Informatics at Lumetra, California’s Quality Improvement Organization; and lead physician content designer for Kaiser Permanente’s national implementation of an inpatient EHR. Dr. Graham has also worked as a consultant in strategy and operations of healthcare information technology independently, and on behalf of Deloitte Consulting and Dearborn Advisors.
Dr. Graham is board certified in Infectious Diseases and holds a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Informatics. He trained at UC San Francisco, Harvard University and Stanford University. He serves on the Board of Directors of the AHIMA Foundation and the Advisory Board of the Institute for Health Technology Transformation. Dr. Graham founded the Bay Area Medical Informatics Society. He mentors healthcare IT startups through incubators including Blueprint Health and continues to practice medicine as an infectious disease expert at NorthBay and as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF.