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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., practiced primary care at a community health center in Baltimore for five years before joining CIMS in 2000.
Dr. Knight serves as Chief Medical Information Officer for Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and was instrumental in the hospital's implementation of computerized provider order entry and electronic provider documentation. She actively supports the Health Systems Epic implementation.
Dr. Knight is chair of the hospitals Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee and co-chair of the Health Systems Clinical Systems Advisory Committee. She is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine and the American Medical Informatics Association.
- 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 Internal Medicine / Internal Medicine (1995, 2017)
- American Board of Preventive Medicine / Preventive Medicine
Research & Publications
Lab Website: Amy Knight Lab
Knight AM, DeRuntz PJ, Wright SM. Development of a brochure for patients describing a hospitalist service. Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management 2003; 10(4):204-208.
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.
Rastegar DA, Knight AM, Monolakis JS, Antiretroviral Medication Errors in Hospitalized HIV-infected Patients. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2006; 43:933-938.
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.
Finkelstein J, Knight A, Marinopoulos S, Gibbons MC, Berger Z, Aboumatar H, Wilson RF, Lau BD, Sharma R, Bass EB. Enabling Patient-Centered Care Through Health Information Technology. AHRQ Publication No. 12-E005-EF. Rockville, MD. June 2012. www.effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov/reports/final.cfm.
Bhogal HK, Howell E, Torok H, Knight AM, Howe E, Wright S. Peer assessment of professional performance by hospitalist physicians. Journal of the Southern Medical Association 2012; accepted for publication.
Kargul GJ, Wright SM, Knight AM, McNichol MT, Riggio JM. The Hybrid Progress Note: Semi-automating Daily Progress Notes to Achieve High-Quality Documentation and Improve Provider Efficiency. American Journal of Medical Quality 2012; accepted for publication.