Dr. Doerfler leads the Office of Clinical Transformation and is responsible for guiding the adoption of Evidence Based Clinical Practice and facilitateion of clinical improvement efforts across Northwell. He is also responsible for developing the Telehealth strategy for Northwell Health working collaboratively with clinicians and administrators on prioritizing and developing operational strategies for successful program development and execution.
Prior to coming to Northwell in 2010 Dr. Doerfler served as Senior Director for Clinical Transformation at Philips Healthcare. A board-certified internist with added certification in Critical Care Medicine, Dr. Doerfler graduated from the University Of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and began his career at the NYU-Bellevue Medical Center followed by training in Critical Care Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Returning to NYU- Bellevue he directed the Critical Care Fellowship and the Medical ICUs of NYU Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital.
Dr. Doerfler is a nationally recognized leader in TeleHealth implementation and Critical Care Medicine as well as Improvement Sciences including the use of information technology tools to improve clinical practice and improve outcomes. He has authored peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the Journal of Clinical Investigation and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Doerfler is a member of the board of the High Value HealthCare Collaborative (HVHC) and the Rory Staunton Foundation.
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