Francis Daniel Duffy, MD, MACP
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F. Daniel Duffy, MD, MACP, FACH

Dan Duffy is an internal medicine and medical informatics physician from the OU-TU School of Community Medicine where he served as dean and holds the Steve Landgarten Chair of Medical Leadership. Since 2015, he has been the Principal Investigator of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s EvidenceNow Healthy Hearts for Oklahoma research project and co-director of the Oklahoma Healthcare Improvement Cooperative.

Dr. Duffy guided development of the School of Community Medicine that includes a Summer Institute for multidisciplinary immersion for incoming students to understand community medicine, a Faculty Academy in community medicine, and a Student Academy to help third year students learn skills to provide care to underserved patients suffering from chronic illness.   He helped OU Physicians-Tulsa adopt the patient centered medical home, the Tulsa community to pursue the Comprehensive Primary Care initiative, CPC+, Medicaid care coordination, and to obtain a Beacon Community Grant that evolved into the My Health information exchange.              

Dan was Senior Vice President for the American Board of Internal Medicine, a member of the quality committees of the National Committee on Quality Improvement, the National Quality Forum. He was a founding member of the Academy on Communications in Healthcare, a regent for the American College of Physicians, and a member of the American Board of Medical Specialties board. He has been honored with the Stanton L. Young Master Teacher Award and the OU’s Edgar Young Lifetime Achievement Award. He served Tulsa as a board member of the Community Service Council, MyHealth Access Network, the Oklahoma Center for Healthcare Improvement, and the 1st Step male corrections diversion program.

Dan lives with his wife, Kay, in Tulsa, has one son and two grandchildren who live in Chicago.