OECD Health Ministerial and High-Level Policy Forum


Brian Anderson


Chief Digital Health Physician

Dr. Brian Anderson is MITRE’s Chief Digital Health Physician, leading R&D efforts across major strategic initiatives in digital health with industry and the U. S. government, including MITRE’s largest health R&D effort in oncology and personalized medicine. Anderson is responsible for co-founding the Coalition for Health AI (CHAI), and the VCI™ coalition of more than 1,000 organizations working towards interoperable and verifiable clinical information; leading MITRE’s development of machine learning techniques to leverage real world health data; and linking genomic and clinical data to provide insight into the efficacy of therapeutics and vaccines. Anderson is an internationally recognized expert, author, and speaker in digital health and innovation, health standards development, clinical decision support systems, and interoperability. Anderson completed his clinical training at Massachusetts General Hospital, and his B.A. and M.D. degrees at Harvard College and Harvard Medical School.