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Wilson D. Pace, MD, FAAFP

Wilson D. Pace, MD, FAAFP is a Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado, Denver, the Green-Edelman Chair for Practice-based Research, and the Director of the American Academy of Family Physicians National Research Network.  Dr. Pace received his MD degree from the University of California, Irvine in 1979. He is a board-certified Family Physician. Dr. Pace’s research has focused on patient centered health information technology, behavioral change, practice reorganization and patient safety. His patient safety work has included significant work on the further development of databases for collecting patient safety events, a taxonomy for describing safety events and analysis techniques using the taxonomy. He served on the Institute of Medicine’s committee studying the recognition and prevention of medication errors which resulted in the report entitled “Preventing Medication Errors.” His behavioral change work has involved multiple technology related projects as well as projects studying novel biomarkers to track improved physical activity and diet. Other projects have focused on improving care for depression in general, post-partum depression specifically, asthma and chronic kidney disease. He is the primary architect of DARTNet, a collaborative of electronic health record enabled research networks. He serves as the director of the electronic National Quality Improvement and Research Network (eNQUIRENet) one of the member networks of DARTNet. The nine networks that make up the DARTNet collaborative currently include over 3000 physicians and 400 practices spread across much of the country.

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