Jonathan Einbinder, MD, is Vice President for Advanced Data Analytics and Coding for the Patient Safety Department. The analytics and coding team are responsible for the clinical data analytic and coding needs of CRICO, including Patient Safety and Candello.

Prior to joining CRICO, Dr. Einbinder served as Corporate Manager for Quality Data Management at Partners Healthcare System. He is also an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and an attending physician at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Dr. Einbinder’s academic and management interests are in data warehousing in healthcare, particularly in support of research, education, and quality improvement, use of Informatics to enhance undergraduate and graduate medical education, and understanding the role of people and organizational issues with regard to the success/failure of healthcare information technology. His prior roles include Director of Clinical Data Repository Project and Data Administration at the University of Virginia Health System.

He received a BA from Columbia University, an MD from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York, and an MPH from the Harvard School of Public Health.

Jonathan Einbinder

Jonathan’s Content


    Woman’s Stroke Progressed in ED without Intervention

    The patient needed to be evaluated by a stroke team and a neurologist promptly to decide whether any treatment was indicated or possible. Triage should be the same whether the ER was empty or overcapacity.

    “What Else Might This Be?” Might Have Saved PE Patient

    A fatal PE misdiagnosis may have gone wrong from the very beginning. With analysis based on closed claims in the Harvard medical system, urgent care specialist Jonathan Einbinder explores ways an ordinary case with a tragic outcome might be prevented in the future.
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