Joshua Mandel, M.D.
Joshua Mandel, M.D.
Lecturer on Biomedical Informatics, Part-time

Josh Mandel is a physician and software developer working to fuel an API-driven ecosystem around clinical data, knowledge, and workflow. He currently serves as Chief Architect at Microsoft Healthcare as well as Project Lead for the Sync for Science program. After earning an S.B. in computer science and electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.D. from the Tufts University School of Medicine, Josh joined the research faculty at Harvard Medical School and Children's Hospital Boston Computational Health Informatics Program, where he served as lead architect for SMART Health IT and as the community lead for the national Blue Button REST API. He is currently a member of the national Health IT Standards Committee and has a special interest in tools and interfaces that support software developers who are new to the health domain.

Scalable Collaborative Infrastructure for a Learning Healthcare System (SCILHS): architecture.
Authors: Mandl KD, Kohane IS, McFadden D, Weber GM, Natter M, Mandel J, Schneeweiss S, Weiler S, Klann JG, Bickel J, Adams WG, Ge Y, Zhou X, Perkins J, Marsolo K, Bernstam E, Showalter J, Quarshie A, Ofili E, Hripcsak G, Murphy SN.
J Am Med Inform Assoc
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Scalable decision support at the point of care: a substitutable electronic health record app for monitoring medication adherence.
Authors: Bosl W, Mandel J, Jonikas M, Ramoni RB, Kohane IS, Mandl KD.
Interact J Med Res
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The SMART Platform: early experience enabling substitutable applications for electronic health records.
Authors: Mandl KD, Mandel JC, Murphy SN, Bernstam EV, Ramoni RL, Kreda DA, McCoy JM, Adida B, Kohane IS.
J Am Med Inform Assoc
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Apps to display patient data, making SMART available in the i2b2 platform.
Authors: Wattanasin N, Porter A, Ubaha S, Mendis M, Phillips L, Mandel J, Ramoni R, Mandl K, Kohane I, Murphy SN.
AMIA Annu Symp Proc
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