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Dr. Luberti leads DBHi's informatics education program as medical director, where he helped develop a robust array of seminar and educational series, curriculum-focused informatics initiatives, and collaborations with informatics programs throughout the Philadelphia area and beyond.
Dr. Luberti leads DBHi's education program as medical director and is the program director for the Clinical Informatics Fellowship, a two-year program providing clinicians with further training in applied clinical informatics. The fellowship has grown each year under his leadership with an impressive list of graduating fellows.
Additionally, Dr. Luberti practices Pediatric Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s primary care centers by serving as attending physician and preceptor for pediatric medical residents. He serves on numerous committees within the hospital related to the electronic health record (EHR) and informatics, and he has been part of EHR deployment and informatics training for international healthcare organizations. Throughout his career at CHOP, Dr. Luberti has established a robust array of seminar and educational series, a popular annual all-day healthcare informatics symposium, curriculum-focused informatics initiatives, and collaborations with informatics programs throughout the Philadelphia area and beyond.
He received his MD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed his pediatric residency at St. Christopher's Hospital and fellowship in Faculty Development at Thomas Jefferson University. He also holds a master's degree in Information Science and is board certified in clinical informatics. He is also an adjunct professor for Temple University's health informatics post-graduate program.
Education and Training
MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
MS, Pennsylvania State University (Information Science)
Board Certification in Clinical Informatics