Passionate about providing care, education, and research that improve health and the human condition. Dedicated to service that advances education, medicine, peace, equity, and global inclusion. Committed to advance compassion through understanding of Kelee Meditation.
Dr. Amy Sitapati serves as the Chief Medical Information Officer of the Population Health for UC San Diego Health (UCSDH) and Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine and is the Interim Chief of the Division of Biomedical Informatics at UCSD. She is boarded in General Internal Medicine and Clinical Informatics with training in Lean black belt, health leadership, clinical research and business administration. Dr. Sitapati's expertise includes biomedical informatics (registry, vital records informatics, quality informatics, analytics, equity, artificial intelligence, digital health). She leads population health informatics at UCSD, chairs the UCSD Artificial Intelligence Committee, serves as Co-PI for California Integrated Vital Records System, and is the Site PI for the NIH All of Us study at UCSD. She has been studying Kelee Meditation for more than 14 years and teaches meditation in the UCSD School of Medicine.