Dr. Joseph H. Schneider is recently retired from Indiana University Health where he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Health Information Officer. Prior to that, he was co-Chief Medical Information Officer for Baylor Scott and White, where he developed deep involvement of all clinical disciplines in informatics and the management of clinical information systems.
He currently consults in informatics and provides care for newborn babies as a Clinical Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern/Parkland Hospital in Dallas. He serves on the Child Health Informatics Advisory Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). He was a co-author of the 2003 Continuity of Care Record standard, one of the first interoperability approaches. He co-authored the AAP policy on Personal Health Records and authored the #1 AAP Chapter Resolution of 2003, recommending that the AAP take a leadership position in the development and implementation of pediatric EHRs. He is a founding member of the Texas Medical Association's Health Information Technology (HIT) Committee, known for its activist involvement in promoting the usability and safety of HIT. Dr Schneider has written multiple articles and peer-reviewed papers, mostly in informatics.
Dr. Schneider graduated at the top of his medical school class from Emory and has an MBA from Columbia with 15 years of business experience including managing a medical device company. In 2014 he became board certified in Clinical Informatics, ranking among the top scorers on the first-ever informatics exam. His passions are the families he cares for and the quality, safety and usability of HIT that will be used to help them have wonderful lives.
Dr. Schneider is a competitive racewalker and in 2004 finished first in the Houston 1500 meters Senior Olympic racewalk. He has been married for 40 years and loves to go on slow walks in Dallas with his wife and their dog.
- Medical School
- Emory University School of Medicine (1995)
- Baylor College of Medicine (1998), Pediatrics
- Standards for health information technology to ensure adolescent privacy.
- Blythe MJ, Del Beccaro MA Pediatrics 2012 Nov 130 5 987-90
- Health information technology and the medical home.
- Pediatrics 2011 May 127 5 978-82
- Phase 1/2 double-blind, placebo-controlled, dose escalation, safety, and pharmacokinetic study of pagibaximab (BSYX-A110), an antistaphylococcal monoclonal antibody for the prevention of staphylococcal bloodstream infections, in very-low-birth-weight neonates.
- Weisman LE, Thackray HM, Garcia-Prats JA, Nesin M, Schneider JH, Fretz J, Kokai-Kun JF, Mond JJ, Kramer WG, Fischer GW Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 2009 Jul 53 7 2879-86
- Pediatric aspects of inpatient health information technology systems.
- Kim GR, Lehmann CU Pediatrics 2008 Dec 122 6 e1287-96
- PDF for Healthcare and Child Health Data Forms.
- Zuckerman AE, Schneider JH, Miller K AMIA Annu Symp Proc 2008 1199
- Perceived increase in mortality after process and policy changes implemented with computerized physician order entry.
- Rosenbloom ST, Harrell FE, Lehmann CU, Schneider JH, Spooner SA, Johnson KB Pediatrics 2006 Apr 117 4 1452-5; author reply 1455-6
- Online personal medical records: are they reliable for acute/critical care?
- Schneider JH Crit. Care Med. 2001 Aug 29 8 Suppl N196-201
Communities of Pediatric Care and Practice. In Lehmann CU, Kim GR, Johnson KB, eds. Pediatric Informatics: Computer Applications in Child Health.
Schneider JH. (2009). New York: Springer; 399-413.
Bacterial Meningitis Beyond the Newborn Period. In McMillan JA, DeAngelis CD, Warshaw JB, Feigin RD, eds. Oski's Pediatrics.
Feigin RD, Schneider J. (1999). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
- Texas Medical Association (2006)
- Dallas County Medical Society (2005)
- Texas Pediatric Society (2000)
- American Academy of Pediatrics (1998)
- Association Medical Directors Information Systems