Jeffrey Martinez has more than 35 years of experience in healthcare including Hemophilia Research, Transplant Services, and Laboratory Information Services. He came to CHOP as an Implementation Analyst and has implemented Epic in a number of Primary Care and Specialty Care offices. For the past 10 years at CHOP, Jeff has functioned as the Epic Implementation Manager, Optimization Manager, and Manager of eHealth Initiatives. In his current role, Jeff manages a technical team that supports a number of Digital Health initiatives that include the Patient Portal, Referring Physicians portal, and Telemedicine.
Education and Training
Epic Certified - EpicCare InpatientEpic Certified - EpicCare Ambulatory/Inpatient
BS in Medical Technology - Kutztown State University, Kutztown, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Senior Technical Manager, Digital Health
Departments and Services
Patient Experience Ratings
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