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Scott Stuewe

President and CEO
DirectTrust

As President and CEO of DirectTrust, Scott Stuewe has responsibility for the organization’s outreach, advocacy, and education on DirectTrust’s sizable interoperability role in US healthcare. Stuewe supports the over 100 members of the trade alliance by advancing awareness of the network’s capabilities and by leading the membership in the deployment of new services and promoting new standards for exchange and digital identity. He has driven efforts to expand the utilization of the DirectTrust network to more effectively connect the healthcare continuum through the most widely deployed information exchange mechanism in the country. He champions the expansion of Direct utilization for care coordination and public health reporting, event notifications and other uses. Stuewe has over 30 years of experience in healthcare information technology. In various roles at Cerner Corporation, he helped launch numerous firsts at the company and for the industry, including the design of Cerner’s first configurable HL7 interface, the first deployment of Cerner’s Enterprise Master Patient Index technology, and the company’s first deployment of cloud-based systems. He also launched a partnership program for third parties to build on Cerner architecture using an application programmer interface long before the advent of FHIR. At Cerner, Stuewe drove the participation of provider organizations in CommonWell Health Alliance, meeting with hundreds of organizations across the country to promote the use of approaches for national information exchange. Working with some of the country’s most complex health systems, Stuewe drove adoption and successful use of Cerner’s certified EHR systems, assisting these organizations to succeed with meaningful use programs, national approaches to interoperability including the use of the DirectTrust Network and the simultaneous deployment of advanced technology.

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