Save the date for the 51st Annual OAPA CME Conference. Oct 2-4, 2024 – At a NEW venue – Embassy Suites Downtown OKC – 741 N Phillips Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104. More information HERE.

Blake Lesselroth, MD, MBI, FACP, FAMIA, UXC

Dr. Lesselroth is Vice-Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Informatics and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine. He is a teaching hospitalist and manages a portfolio of informatics research, medical education, and information technology service delivery. He co-directs Health Systems Science In Practice – a longitudinal course for third-year medical and second-year physician assistant students.  He also co-directs the Medical Informatics elective, which is open to OU and visiting students.  His expertise includes medical decision-making, quality improvement methods, human-computer interaction, user experience (UX) research, and implementation science. He is board-certified in internal medicine (ABIM) and clinical informatics (ABPM) and has advanced training in human-computer interactions (UXC).  He has an adjunct appointment at the School of Health Information Science at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.

Before joining the OU-TU School of Community Medicine in 2019, Dr. Lesselroth was a faculty member and teaching hospitalist with the Portland VA Department of Hospital and Specialty Medicine, the Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) Department of General Medicine, and the OHSU Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology (DMICE). He was VA Site Director for one of the first ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics Post-doctoral training fellowships and Director of a VA Patient Safety Center for Inquiry.

Dr. Lesselroth received his BS in Biological Anthropology from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and MD from Tulane School of Medicine.  He completed a residency in internal medicine at OHSU and continued as a Medical Informatics & Clinical Education Fellow, obtaining a master’s degree in Biomedical Informatics (MBI)

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