Christopher G. Chute

Christopher G. Chute
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CG Chute speaking at the WHOFIC meeting in Manchester, UK, October 2016
Born(1955-07-08) July 8, 1955 (age 62)
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
ResidenceBaltimore, Maryland
FieldsMedical concept representation
Controlled vocabulary
Biomedical Informatics
Medical decision making
InstitutionsJohns Hopkins University
Alma materBrown University
Harvard University
Known forBiomedical Terminologies
Health IT Standards
Notable awardsFellow, ACP
Fellow, ACE
Fellow, ACMI


Christopher G. Chute, M.D., Dr. P.H. is definitely a Bloomberg Recognized Teacher at Johns Hopkins University or college, physician-scientist and biomedical informatician known for biomedical terminologies and wellness it (IT) requirements. He seats the World Wellness Corporation Revision Steering Group for the revision from the International Classification of Illnesses (ICD-11).

Dr. Chute received his undergraduate and medical teaching at Brown University or college, internal medication residency at Dartmouth, and doctoral trained in Epidemiology at Harvard. He's Board qualified in Internal Medication and Clinical Informatics. He's a Fellow from the American University of Doctors, the American University of Epidemiology, as well as the American University of Medical Informatics (ACMI). Dr. Chute is usually chief executive of ACMI, a body of elected fellows inside the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) who've produced significant and suffered contributions towards the field.Since January 2015 Dr. Chute may be the Bloomberg Recognized Professor in Wellness Informatics in the Johns Hopkins University or college, with academic visits in the institution of Medication (Department of General Internal Medication & Department of Wellness Sciences Informatics), Bloomberg College of Public Wellness (Section of Health Plan and Administration), and College of Medical (Department of Wellness Informatics). He's also Chief Wellness Research Information Official of Johns Hopkins Medication.In Dec 2014 Dr. Chute retired from Mayo Center, where he continues to be an emeritus teacher. He became founding Seat of Biomedical Informatics at Mayo Center in 1988, moving down after twenty years in that function. At Mayo Center he was Teacher of Medical Informatics and Section Mind. He was PI on a big portfolio of analysis like the HHS/Office from the Country wide Planner (ONC) Strategic Wellness IT Advanced STUDIES on Supplementary EHR Data Make use of, the ONC Beacon Community (Co-PI), the LexGrid tasks, Mayo’s Clinical and Translational Research Award Informatics, and many Country wide Institutes of Wellness (NIH) grants or loans including among the eMERGE centers through the Country wide Individual Genome Analysis Institute (NHGRI), which concentrate upon genome wide association research against distributed phenotypes produced from digital medical information. Dr. Chute offered as Seat from the Mayo Center Data Governance Committee, and on Mayo’s organization IT Oversight Committee. He was Seat from the International Firm for Standardization (ISO) Wellness Informatics Complex Committee (ISO/TC 215). He also offered on medical Information Technology Requirements Committee for any office from the Country wide Coordinator in america Department of Health insurance and Human being Services, and medical Level 7 Advisory Council. Lately held positions consist of Seat from the Biomedical Processing and Wellness Informatics research section at NIH, Seat from the Board from the HL7/FDA/NCI/CDISC BRIDG task, on the Table from the Clinical Data Interchange Requirements Consortium, ANSI Health care Information Technology Requirements Panel Table member, Seat of the united states delegation to ISO TC215 for Wellness Informatics, Convener of Health care Concept Representation WG3 inside the TC215, Co-chair from the HL7 Vocabulary Committee, Seat from the International Medical Informatics Association WG6 on Medical Concept Representation, American Medical Informatics Association Table member, and multiple additional NIH biomedical informatics research sections as seat or member.


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