Marc R. Wine    (8RK)

A native of Massachusetts, Mr. Wine grew up on Newton, graduated from Newton North High School in 1972, earned his Bachelor's Degree with a special concentration in health care policy at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, in addition to his double major in philosophy and psychology in 1976, completed graduate studies in health care policy at Harvard University in 1977, and moved to Washington, D.C. to earn his Master's Degree in Hospital Administration at The George Washington University in 1980. Prior to moving from MA, Mr. Wine served with the Health Planning Council for Great Boston as its hospital planner in 1976, and developed the first plans for consolidation of hospital services under the National Health Planning Program. From 1977- 1978 Mr. Wine served as a health care management consultant with the Boston University Center for Health Planning, the DHHS New England Region Technical Assistance Center, developing approaches for regionalizing neonatal intensive care and assisting policy makers in New England with methods and techniques to advance the state-of-the-art and practice of health systems analysis to apply to population-based data for improving the quality of health care management and delivery.    (16UY)

He is the former program manager for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Federal Interagency Health IT Sharing (HITS) Program and also served as a health policy analyst with the Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Health Planning in the Division of Regulatory Activities, where he was responsible for helping to develop and manage the regulations of the National Health Planning Program. Mr. Wine's focus at DHHS was on developing the Appropriateness Review Regulations, to call for all states to determine the community need for all institutional health services and plan for their improvement to meet population-based patient needs. Mr. Wine was appointed to the faculty of The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, Department of Health Care Management and Leadership in health information technology in 2006 and is developing the university program for medical informatics and health information technology. Marc has worked within the Office of Intergovernmental Solutions at U.S. General Service Administration Headquarters, facilitating IT solutions and collaboration across federal, state and local governments.    (16UZ)

Currently, Marc is serving on a special assignment with the U.S. Department of Defense, Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center at Fort Detrick, MD. as senior advisor to the Director of the Advanced Information Technology Group.    (16V0)

When he is not hard at work on his life's mission to transform health care delivery in the United States, he enjoys bass fishing in the Potomac River and chasing his Maine Coon Cat, Kandie, around his home outside of Washington, D.C.    (16V1)

Marc Wine, M.H.A.
Program Analyst, Health IT
US GSA Office of Citizens Service & Communications
Office of Intergovernmental Solutions
1800 F St., NW  Wash., D.C. 20405
Tel. 202-208-6999
E-mail:    (HVY)

See: ColabWiki:MarcWine    (8RL)