San Francisco, CA
Dr. Rosner is an Associate Professor of Medicine, a hospital based physician, and a researcher on diagnostic feedback, digital health, and informatics. He currently runs a project funded by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to catalog and make publicly available, an online repository of resources that have been developed for providing feedback to clinicians about diagnostic performance to help with recalibration. Dr. Rosner spent over a decade in the digital health industry, bringing engineering, design, and medical expertise to the development and validation of digital health products. He has worked extensively in the policy space with organizations such as the FDA, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as well as national non-profit digital health organizations including the Digital Therapeutics Alliance, and the Network of Digital Evidence.