Jonathan Griffin, MD, MHA practices family medicine and serves as PCMH and informatics champion at St. Peter’s Medical Group in Helena, MT, he is CMIO of the Montana Community Health Center Controlled Network, and he recently was elected Chair of the Montana PCMH Council. He has acquired and is leading several grant-funded projects including a current effort to integrate multi-site clinical data and claims data feeds, apply advanced analytics and drive a primary care embedded behavioral health and volunteer community health worker program in his community. Dr. Griffin serves on the Executive Committee of the Montana Medical Association, the Board of the Montana Academy of Family Physicians, Montana Tech’s Informatics Board and the AMA’s Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement. He increasingly speaks on topics pertaining to health information exchange and healthcare analytics during medical association and society meetings. Dr. Griffin represents the Montana State health information exchange and its adjacent analytics service provider as physician champion and senior medical advisor. Dr. Griffin completed a combined MD/MHA from the University of Washington in 2008 and went on to graduate from the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho Rural Training Track in 2011. He is passionate about physician leadership, teamwork, informatics, primary care, and electronic and delivery systems integration. Dr. Griffin is committed to a bright future in healthcare within his own practice, at his organization, in his community, throughout Montana State and beyond.