Marc Wine

Marc Wine, MHA, has served for more than 30 years as a senior policy advisor on federal health policy and technology innovations; he has worked across both the public and private sectors, augmenting collaborations and developing IT solutions. His work, including his co-authored book titled Medical Informatics 20/20, has contributed to better health outcomes for patients and their families. He is known for building extensive relationships among the federal health IT Community including wide recognition as an innovative problem solver.

Marc has served for more than 30 years within the federal government. Currently, Marc serves within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office as Senior Policy Adviser for Information Technology. Included in his VA experience Marc established the VA-Federal Health IT Sharing Program; as well as served in Health IT and policy roles within the U.S. Department of Defense, Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration.

For a period of time Marc worked in the private sector, serving within ricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), in the position of Director Washington Federal Practice, Health IT. Marc’s focus was on developing business strategies and solutions for health IT and informatics. He led a group that won more than $10 million of federal health IT projects. Marc served within Northrop Grumman Health Systems Management as Senior Adviser, Health IT. He provided leadership in the collaboration of the nation’s initial mobile Health Applications,  Blue Button for MyHealtheVet, for the first time for Veterans to receive their personal health records on smart phones.

Marc was appointed as a professor adjunct in Health Informatics, The George Washington University School of Public Health. He has published more than 50 articles on Health IT systems. He co-authored the benchmark book, “Medical Informatics 20/20: Quality and Electronic Health Records through Collaboration, Open Solutions and Innovation.”  Marc earned his Master Degree on Hospital Administration at George Washington University. Attended Harvard University, studying Health Policy and Finance. Marc delivered more than 200 public presentations on national health and reform on behalf of the White House in support of President Clinton’s health care reform legislation initiatives.

Marc Resides in the Potomac area of Maryland, just outside of Washington DC.