Adam Vincent

Research Health IT Scientist

Education

  • MPP, Health Policy, Georgetown University
  • BS, Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University

Adam Vincent has more than a decade of cost-benefit analysis experience, specializing in health IT.

Mr. Vincent has conducted cost-benefit analyses of provider-to-provider telehealth and personal health records. He has also helped the Veterans Health Administration use IT effectively by performing cost benchmarking with national surveys, adoption benchmarking, and a cost-benefit analysis of their investment in the Computerized Patient Record System.

He led a policy analysis of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Healthcare Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (ARRA-HITECH) Meaningful Use rule as it pertains to electronic prescribing. This research was funded by The Commonwealth Fund and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.