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Donald T. Mon

Director, Standards and Interoperability, Center for the Advancement of Health IT

Donald T. Mon, PhD, is the director of standards and interoperability in the Center for Advancement of Health IT. Previously, Dr. Mon was vice president, Practice Leadership, at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) where he led the implementation of AHIMA's top strategic national and international initiatives, including the electronic health record (EHR); the legal EHR; personal health record (PHR); health information exchange (HIE), privacy, security, and confidentiality; vocabulary, terminology, classification, and coding systems; quality measurement; and reusing clinical data.

Education

PhD, Educational/Counseling Psychology and Research Methods, Loyola University of Chicago; BA, Psychology, San Francisco State University.

Latest Publications

Shapiro, M., Johnston, D., Wald, J., & Mon, D. (Apr 2012). Patient-generated health data. White paper: Prepared for Office of Policy and Planning, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI International.
Kallem, C., Richesson, R., DuLong, D., Sison, L., Van Dyke, P., & Mon, D.T. (2011). Advancing secondary data uses through data standards. J AHIMA , 82 (4):38-39.
Barton, C., Kallem, C., Van Dyke, P., Mon, D., & Richesson, R. (2011). Demonstrating 'Collect once, Use Many' - Assimilating Public Health Secondary Data Use Requirements into an Existing Domain Analysis Model. AMIA Annual Symposium proceedings , 2011 :98-107.
Mon, D.T. (2006). Privacy and confidentiality by design. J AHIMA , 77 (10):64-65.
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