Gilad Kuperman is the director for interoperability informatics at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. His role there is to help the hospital realize the benefits of interoperability internally, with its business partners and through participating in regional data interchange efforts. He serves as the informatics lead on the hospital’s New York State Medicaid Health Home project, an initiative to create a care network for chronically ill patients. From 2005 to 2011, Kuperman was board chair and executive director of NYCLIX Inc., a nonprofit corporation creating health information exchange services in New York City. In 2011, NYCLIX Inc. merged with LIPIX Inc., a similar organization, to form Healthix Inc.
Kuperman has an extensive research record measuring the impact of health information technology on the quality and efficiency of medical care. He has extensive experience with the design and development of informatics infrastructures that include clinical databases, terminologies, event detection systems and more that are necessary to realize the benefits of clinical decision support.
Kuperman is adjunct professor of biomedical informatics at Columbia University Medical School. He has been an author on 90 articles related to medical informatics and lead author on 16 of those. He was board chair of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) for 2012-2013.