Bruce Darrow

Interim Chief Digital and Information Officer, Mount Sinai Health System

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Bruce Darrow, MD, PhD, is Interim Chief Digital and Information Officer of the Mount Sinai Health System.

As Chief Medical Information Officer since 2012, Dr. Darrow has worked to promote and support the implementation of technology to improve patient safety, quality, and standardization of care. He has been a trusted advisor and leader of many digital projects that led to improved clinical and operational workflows, and he brings a wide breadth of digital, clinical, and educational leadership experience to his role. He was named Vice President, Information Technology, in 2013 and became Senior Vice President, Digital and Technology Partners, in 2018.

Dr. Darrow joined the faculty at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 2004 and is Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), and Population Health Science and Policy. He earned his MD and PhD at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and completed his resident training in internal medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in 2000. He also completed a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at The Mount Sinai Hospital in 2004.