Bruce Levy, M.D. currently serves as the Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Education and Research at Geisinger, an integrated health system that serves over 3 million patients in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, where he helps lead multiple initiatives in the innovative uses of health data to support patient care and health system operations. As a Professor and head of informatics education at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Dr. Levy is the Program Director for Geisinger’s ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship and online graduate program in Health Informatics, and is spearheading efforts to incorporate informatics and leadership training in both undergraduate and graduate medical education throughout Geisinger. Dr. Levy’s research interests include digital imaging in medicine, data visualization and medical education, and he has both presented and published numerous chapters and articles in these areas.
Dr. Levy is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Forensic Pathology and Clinical Informatics, and he has practiced forensic pathology for almost 30 years. He has served on numerous educational institution and professional society boards, and has worked with government agencies in the development of national standards in death investigation. He received a Doctor of Medicine from New York Medical College and a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.