Introducing Contributor Adrian Gropper

Adrian Gropper, MD is CTO of Patient Privacy Rights, a national organization representing 10.3 million patients. As an entrepreneur and physician-developer he has founded a number of software-intensive medical device companies. He has also participated in the creation of Blue Button, Direct Project, and Blue Button Plus, and is active in promoting open and patient-centered data policy. He holds an engineering degree from MIT and an MD from Harvard Medical School.

Representative Publications

A Troubling Strategy at Health IT Week, The Health Care Blog, September 19, 2013.

Datapalooza Report on Data Economics and a Call for Reciprocity, The Health Care Blog, June 5, 2013.

The Independent Purchase Decision Support Test, The Health Care Blog, May 28, 2013.

Patient Privacy Rights testimony on patient ID and Direct messaging, HHS Hearing January 29, 2013.

Open-Source Health Care Software, Virtual Mentor – American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, September 2011, Volume 13, Number 9: 632-636.

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