Dr. Dick completed medical school at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine and later trained in Internal Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He spent a year during medical school working for the Millennium Villages Project setting up OpenMRS in rural Uganda. This experience led to his connection with AMPATH and, after finishing residency in 2013, he left for Eldoret, Kenya to serve as the Internal Medicine Team Leader. Jonathan was reconnected with OpenMRS during this time and worked on various informatics projects related to retention in care. In July of 2015, Jonathan transitioned to the Chief Medical Information Officer for AMPATH and joined Regenstrief Institute as an investigator. In this capacity, he helped to develop a point-of-care front-end and reporting framework on top of OpenMRS for the AMPATH care system. Presently, AMRS POC supports around 1,200 patient encounters per day and is used to care for an HIV patient population of nearly 50,000. His present research interests focus on the creation of real-time data analytics to improve the quality of care delivered within the AMPATH care program.