Mark Tuthill, MD
Division Head, Pathology Informatics
Henry Ford Health System
J. Mark Tuthill, MD, completed pathology residency and informatics fellowship training at the University of Vermont College of Medicine-Fletcher Allen Health Care, and created the department’s division of pathology informatics. Dr. Tuthill is Division Head of Pathology Informatics at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit. Areas of interest include digital imaging, Internet applications for laboratory services, laboratory information systems, laboratory outreach technology solutions, electronic health records and informatics training and education. Active in organized medicine throughout his career, he has been an advisor to the ASCP Annual Meeting Steering Committee, Wayne County District Director for the MSMS, and Director for the annual Pathology Informatics Summit. Dr. Tuthill has served on several committees for the CAP as well as representing pathology at the AMA. As a charter member of the Association for Pathology Informatics, Dr. Tuthill has worked for the API from its inception serving as president, chairman of the membership committee, education committee member, and member of the organization’s original planning group. Foremost, he is a dedicated husband, father, lifelong learner, and practicing pathologist.
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