Dr. Gregory Schmidt is a General Internal Medicine physician passionate about improving patients' health by building better healthcare systems.
His particular interest is how good healthcare system design and technology can scale access, raise quality, reduce costs, and improve the healthcare experience for patients and clinicians.
Dr. Schmidt is a world leader in electronic healthcare record user interface design.
He spent two years designing health care systems with Indiana University & AMPATH (The Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare) in rural Kenya. There he helped lead the redesign of OpenMRS, the largest open-source electronic health record system used in low and middle-income countries.
In 2020 he founded www.BodoHealth.com - a virtual Canadian healthcare clinic and software company specalized in building digital tools for speech-language pathologists.
Bodo Health was awarded two National Research Council of Canada grants in 2020. In 2021 Dr. Schmidt’s work on Bodo Health was recognized as a recipient of a Canadian Medical Association (Joule) 2020 Innovation grant.
General Internal Medicine Fellowship
University of British Columbia
Internal Medicine Residency
University of Manitoba
Doctor of Medicine
University of Manitoba College of Medicine