Paul S. Bartley is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Program Support in the Department of Health and Human Services.  The Program Support Center (PSC) provides more than 60 products and services on a competitive, fee-for-service basis for HHS, as well as approximately 14 other executive departments and 20 independent Federal Agencies.  Mr. Bartley is also the Director of the Program Support Center, a federal shared services operation hosted at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. As Director, he oversees the management and delivery of over 40 services and products to PSC’s customers worldwide.

Prior to becoming Director of the PSC, Mr. Bartley served as Deputy Director of the PSC.  Before this, he worked for L-3 Communications, where he led a media program that included a diverse 75+ member project team with a budget of $16 million. Prior to that, he was Chief of Staff to the Director of the International Broadcasting Bureau and Senior Advisor for Management to the Director of Voice of America. Earlier in his career, Mr. Bartley served as a senior manager at Ernst & Young, a professional services firm.

Mr. Bartley is a Certified Public Accountant, and holds an M.A. in Accounting and B.A. in Business, both earned from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Farzad Mostashari, MD, ScM serves as National Coordinator for Health Information Technology within the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  Farzad joined ONC in July 2009.

Previously, he served at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as Assistant Commissioner for the Primary Care Information Project, where he facilitated the adoption of prevention-oriented health information technology by over 1,500 providers in underserved communities. Dr. Mostashari also led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded NYC Center of Excellence in Public Health Informatics and an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality funded project focused on quality measurement at the point of care. Prior to this he established the Bureau of Epidemiology Services at the NYC Department of Health, charged with providing epidemiologic and statistical expertise and data for decision making to the health department.

He did his graduate training at the Harvard School of Public Health and Yale Medical School, internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, and completed the CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service. He was one of the lead investigators in the outbreaks of West Nile Virus and anthrax in New York City, and among the first developers of real-time electronic disease surveillance systems nationwide.

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