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Anthony Pfaff

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Anthony Pfaff is an expert in health informatics and health administration, drawing on a varied career in software engineering, data science, and leadership on an academic medical campus and academically affiliated hospitals. He has extensive experience building capabilities that put powerful clinical and financial insights into the hands of executives, providers, and other clinical leaders. He also has experience leveraging those insights to drive results as an administrator in the academic medical center setting.


Anthony earned his MBA in Health Administration, M.S. in Finance and Risk Management, and M.S. in Computer Science at the University of Colorado Denver. Anthony earned his B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. in Computer Science, and B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Professional Background

Anthony serves as the Administrative Director for the University of Colorado School of Medicine. At the School of Medicine, Anthony co-leads the Adult Division of Psychiatry, where he manages budget, finance, and compensation for over one hundred faculty and staff. In that role, he also integrates raw data from UCHealth’s Epic data warehouses into administrative and clinical insights, enabling improved revenue, clinical quality, and operations. Previously, Anthony served as a program manager in the Psychology section of the department, as a data scientist at Denver Health, and as an IT security manager, architect, and software engineer in various private sector roles.

Motivation for teaching

Anthony enjoys the challenging but ultimately fulfilling technical aspects of health informatics and using large data warehouses in the academic medical center setting enjoys helping students navigate those challenges. He also wants to encourage and empower the next generation of informaticists in order to improve healthcare quality and operations for the benefit of us all.

Helping Students be Successful

Anthony leverages real-world clinical datasets, practical exercises, and easy to follow videos to help students navigate the technical challenges inherent in health informatics. He also brings his professional experience into the classroom in order to help students connect class work to industry practice. He offers virtual office hours and is responsive via Canvas inbox to help students work through coursework.