Dr. Rich Milani
Richard Milani currently serves as the Chief Clinical Transformation Officer and Vice-Chairman of the Department of Cardiology at Ochsner Health System and Professor of Medicine, at Ochsner Clinical School – The University of Queensland School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. After receiving his Internal Medicine training at the University of Florida, Dr. Milani completed fellowships in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Florida, Preventive Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology at Harvard University (Massachusetts General Hospital), and Cardiovascular Diseases at Ochsner Clinic Foundation. Dr. Milani’s research interests involve healthcare delivery, information systems, clinical decision support, and chronic disease management and prevention. He is the author of the book Death and Dollars: Solving the Epidemic of Chronic Disease as well as author or co-author of over 500 medical publications including 20 book chapters and he serves as a frequent lecturer for healthcare systems and Fortune 500 companies.
He works with Fortune 500 companies, leading universities and startups including Apple, GE Ventures, Citi, GE, Fitbit, Medicine X Stanford University, M.D. Anderson, Doximity, Harvard Business School, Harvard Medical School, Epic, The Advisory Board, HIMSS Asia Pacific, Karolinska University, American Hospital Association and many others. Dr. Richard Milani is listed in Who’s Who in Healthcare and Medicine and is regularly named a top doctor in U.S. News and World Report as well as other major ranking associations. He has been recognized by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT for his work in health information as well as the White House Precision Medicine Initiative for innovations in patient care. In addition, Dr. Milani has appeared before a U.S. Senate Committee providing expertise and advice on interoperability of Electronic Health Records. He is a past recipient of the Computerworld 21st Century Award and his work has been recognized as finalist for the 2016-2017 Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge. He created and launched the O-Bar, an Apple-like Genius Bar that is redefining interactive health technology to enhance patient engagement.