Saverio M. Maviglia, MD

Principal Medical Informatician
Clinical Informatics Research & Development
Partners HealthCare System, Inc.

Saverio Maviglia is a Principal Medical Informaticist in the Clinical Informatics Research & Development group at Partners HealthCare System. He received a bachelor’s degree in computer science at Princeton University, an MD from Harvard Medical School, and an MSc in epidemiology and clinical research at the Harvard School of Public Health. He underwent internship, residency, and general medicine fellowship training at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, where he currently serves as an academic hospitalist.

His research activities at CIRD include developing and evaluating computerized decision support interventions, such as:

  • Developing information models, collaboration tools, and governance for knowledge management activities within the AHRQ-funded Computer Decision Support Collaborative (CDSC) research contract for interoperable decision support
  • KnowledgeLink, a context-sensitive reference information retrieval system
  • Partners Handbook, a digital medical library for practitioners
  • Medication Barcoding and eMAR at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

His administrative responsibilities include chairing the Medication Knowledge Committee, the Medication Decision Support Steering Committee (HPM 2.1), and the Partners Drug Event Task Force. He is a member of the Partners Knowledge Management team, which oversees Partners enterprise-wide decision support content.