Mike completed his General Psychiatry residency at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and then completed a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UNC Hospitals thereafter.
Mike first became interested in clinical informatics through wellness efforts to support fellow trainees use of electronic medical records efficiently. Through his psychiatric training, Michael helped create a Clinical Informatics Educational track within the UNC Psychiatry residency program. This effort allowed him to explore clinical informatics and how it can improve the care delivery of behavioral health for adults and children. He is primarily interested in informatics education, informatics ethics, and ways to use technology to promote the health and wellness of the underserved.
During his second year of fellowship, Michael will be working on a multidisciplinary scholarly project focused on building a data visualization tool to understand quality, care variation, and care equity related to restraints, seclusions, and forced medications in the inpatient psychiatric setting.
Education & Training
Medical School/Graduate Degrees
MD, State University of New York Upstate Medical University
Residency, General Psychiatry; UNC Hospitals
General Psychiatry; Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Clinical Informatics Health Interests
Social determinants of health; population health; care access; equity; predictive analytics
Mental health informatics; informatics ethics; equity
Quality Improvement Interests
End-user clinical documentation usability; wellness; EHR end-user efficiency; telehealth trainee education; care variation