Dr. Fletcher is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology at OHSU where he is the ONC Privacy and Security workforce role lead. He is currently working to identify issues associated with policy definition and security implementation related to EHR implementation from the executive perspective and to ensure these issues are presented in an educational curriculum. Prior to joining OHSU, Dr. Fletcher was involved in the development of computer and network software with positions from software engineer to senior architect.
Oregon Health & Science UniversityPostdoctoral NLM Fellow, September 2009 – June 2010
Graduate Certificate in Biomedical Informatics, May 2006
Washington State UniversityDoctor of Philosophy in Computer Science, August 1994
University of IdahoMaster of Science in Computer Science, May 1983
Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, May 1980
- G. Stream and J. Fletcher. Demystifying Computer Networks for Small Practices. Family Practice Management, 15:(1):25-28, January 2008.
- P. Romero, Z. Obradovic, and J. Fletcher. "Integration of Heterogeneous Sources of Partial Domain Knowledge," Chapter 7 in Cloete, I. ande Zurada, J. Knowledge-Based Neurocomputing, MIT Press, 2000.
- J. Fletcher and Z. Obradovic. A discrete approach to constructive neural network learning. Neural, Parallel & Scientific Computations. 3:(3):307-320, September 1995.
- J. Fletcher. A Constructive Approach to Hybrid Architectures for Machine Learning. PhD dissertation, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 1994.
- J. Fletcher and Z. Obradovic. Combining prior symbolic knowledge and constructive neural network learning. Connection Science, 5(3,4):365-375, 1993.