Brian Jacobs, MD Critical Care Specialist

Bio

Biography

Brian Jacobs, MD, is Vice President, Chief Medical Information Officer, and Chief Information Officer at Children's National Health System. In addition, Dr. Jacobs oversees the Bear Institute – the first Pediatric Health IT Institute in the nation – a partnership with Cerner. He is the Executive Director of the Center for Pediatric Informatics and oversees the Children’s IQ Network®, a pediatric health information exchange in the Washington, DC, metropolitan region. He plays an integral role in organizational informatics and technology in the areas of care delivery, education, and research. Dr. Jacobs enjoys skiing and sailing with his wife and four children. Dr. Jacobs also is a diplomat for the American Board of Preventive Medicine, Specialist in Clinical Informatics 2013.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • MD, 1984
    Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine
  • MS, Biochemistry, 1979
    University of Oregon
  • BA, Biology, 1978
    University of California-Los Angeles
Patient Stories

Patient Stories: Brian Jacobs, MD

Patient story

Lindsey's Story

"What sustained us through everything was the knowledge that Lindsey was getting the absolute best care available in the entire region, and the network of folks who comprise the Children's National family."

Patient story

Blair's Story

"I was blown away by the personalized care that we received. The nurses are incredibly compassionate and kind, and really made every effort to make the journey less painful for everyone."

Patient story

Niko's Story

"Accept help from family, friends, and co-workers depending on what you really need from them when they ask, 'Do you need anything?'"

News

News

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Cardopulmonary monitors and clinically significant events in critically ill children

(2011) Biomedical Instrument Technology

Reduction in clinical variance using targeted design changes in computerized provider order entry CPOE order sets

(2012) Applied Clinic Informatics

Recognizing hypoglycemia in children through automated adverse event detection

(2011) Pediatrics

Role and Importance of the Organizations Strategic Plan

(2011) The CMIO Survival Guide: A Handbook for Chief Medical Information Officers and Those Who Hire Them

Comparison of pandemic and seasonal influenza A infections in pediatric patients Were they different

(2011) Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses

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