Dr. Chuang is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Elsevier, an information analytics business within the UK-based, FTSE-listed RELX group, covering APAC & EMEALA. Dr. Chuang’s focus at Elsevier is collaborating with healthcare leaders to improve Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) adoption, especially as it relates to clinical decision support, and improving health system decisions and processes of care to improve outcomes.
Dr. Chuang has long been committed to moving the healthcare model from an analog model based on paper processes, to a true digital model where information technology supports a redesigned model of care. His experience spans the entire care continuum, including applied healthcare informatics, controlled medical terminology, knowledge representation, clinical decision support (CDS) and analytics. Prior to joining Elsevier, he was in clinical leadership roles at Medecision, Cigna and Cerner, covering both strategic-level management of healthcare systems and hands-on implementation of process optimization at the point-of-care. His insights cover the full spectrum of delivering knowledge-driven care, whether it is capturing and structuring data, analytics and predictive modeling, or CDS functionalities intersecting with clinical workflow.
Dr. Chuang holds a doctor of medicine degree from the University of Toronto and a Master’s degree in administrative medicine from University of Wisconsin. He holds an adjunct assistant professor position in the Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics at the University of Missouri.