Stuart Weinberg, MD, FAAP, FAMIA

Associate Professor
Biomedical Informatics
Associate Professor

Dr. Weinberg is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Biomedical Informatics and Pediatrics. He began his biomedical informatics career in Pittsburgh as a National Library of Medicine Informatics Fellow in 1990 under Dr. Randy Miller, during which he tapped into his pediatric and computer science background to develop a Pediatric Continuity Clinic database at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, in use from the early 1990s through 2006. During his fellowship he was also involved in one of the original Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "All Kids Count" immunization registry Planning Grants and has been active in multiple Immunization Information System (IIS) efforts since. At Vanderbilt, Dr. Weinberg developed modules for WizOrder/HEO ('Admission Wiz' and 'Consult Wiz'), programmed interfaces to the TN state immunization registry, integrated a third-party immunization clinical decision support web service into the EHR, and led the development efforts of the Outpatient Whiteboard from 2005 thru 2015. He served as Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) Council on Clinical Information Technology and was inducted into the 2019 Inaugural Class of AMIA (American Medical Informatics Association) Fellows. His current activities at Vanderbilt include immunization content management and clinical decision support, continued involvement with the TN Immunization registry, and participation in HealthIT Clinical Director duties. Nationally Dr. Weinberg is currently a member of the HIMSS' Immunization Integration Program (IIP) Technical Advisory Panel and now co-chairs the Executive Committee for a new IIP Collaborative ( He remains active with the AAP as a long-standing member of the Partnership for Policy Implementation initiative (, working with writing committees to generate more computable, unambiguous, and actionable recommendations in clinical guidelines.

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