Srinivas Emani, PhD

Srinivas Emani is an Instructor in Medicine at the Laboratory for Computer Science at Massachusetts General Hospital and Associate Bioinformaticist in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His research interests are in the areas of patient engagement, patient portals, physician use of electronic health records, and ambulatory patient safety. In these areas, Dr. Emani is specifically interested in the application of innovation theories and social science theories to describe and explain individual and organizational perceptions, behaviors and processes. He is also interested in the role of evaluation frameworks such as the REAIM framework to assess and evaluate the generalizability of healthcare interventions.