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Amy Margaret Knight, M.D.
Chief Medical Information Officer, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Expertise: Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224 map
Amy Knight, M.D., joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in 2000. She serves as Chief Medical Information Officer for Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and is co-chair of Johns Hopkins Medicine's Order Set Review, Clinical Decision Support, and Epic Inpatient Design committees. Dr. Knight is also chair of the Johns Hopkins Bayview's Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee. She is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine and the American Medical Informatics Association and board-certified in Clinical Informatics.
- Chief Medical Information Officer, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
- Assistant Professor of Medicine
- Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Informatics
- MD; Medicine, University of Virginia School of Medicine (1992)
- University Hospitals of Cleveland / Medicine (1995)
- American Board of Preventive Medicine / Preventive Medicine (2014, 2024)
Research & Publications
Lab Website: Amy Knight Lab
Selected PublicationsView all on Pubmed
Knight AM, Kravet SJ, Harper GM, Leff B. The effect of computerized provider order entry on medical student clerkship experiences. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2005; 12(5): 554-560
Kravet SJ, Knight AM, Wright SM. Ten lessons from implementing a computerized provider order entry system. Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management 2007; 14(2):105-109
Knight AM, Kravet SJ, Kiyatkin DE, Leff B. The Effect of computerized provider order entry on medical students' ability to write orders. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 2012; 24(1): 63-70
Larochelle MR, Knight AM, Pantle H, Riedel S, Trost JC. Reducing excess cardiac biomarker testing at an academic medical center. JGIM 2014; 11:1468-74
Knight AM, Falade O, Maygers J, Sevransky JE. Factors associated with medication warning acceptance for hospitalized adults. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2015; 10:19-25