Bryan Jarabek, MD, PhD

Affiliate Faculty, Assistant Professor

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United States

Bryan Jarabek is the Chief Medical Informatics Officer for M Health Fairview. He is a practicing hospitalist at M Health Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina Minnesota with interests in heart failure, stroke, asthma/COPD and improving the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and technology in general for his colleagues. He has over 11 years of clinical informatics experience with multiple EHR go lives, development of intake / prioritization / governance structures, and hundreds of projects related to making the EHR better for patients, providers and staff. He oversees the medical informatics department for hospital care, surgical care, clinical decision support and provider training/support. He has done numerous presentations and research publications related to informatics work. He is the chair of the Minnesota Hospital Association State CMIO Committee that coordinates informatics related work across health systems in Minnesota and has helped coordinate Covid-19 modeling and IT related health care transformation related to the Covid-19 pandemic. He was the co-chair of the Care Delivery System coalition that brought together the 10 large health systems and MDH to organize vaccine delivery for the state of Minnesota taking us from 36th in the country to 1st in the country in the percentage of vaccines administered and helped to make Minnesota one of the leaders in vaccine deployment in the country. He was one of the first Epic physician builders in the country, oversees the physician builder program with over 25 physician builders, and sits on the national “Hey Epic” steering group developing a digital personal assistant that allows providers and staff to interact verbally with the Electronic Health Record.

Bryan’s professional career combines his love of patient care, aptitude for technology, and desire to help his colleagues. He is responsible for making technology work better for patients, bringing efficiency and well-being to providers and staff, and continuing to find new ways for advances in technology to transform the way we do healthcare. He is also responsible for making sure the technology being developed is designed in a way to bring maximal benefit to the care of a patient with optimal usability for the care givers.


Boarded in Internal Medicine (Hospitalist) and Clinical Informatics

M.D., Georgetown School of Medicine

PhD, Georgetown University (Department of Pharmacology)

Residency, Mayo Clinic