Dominic Mack, MD, MBA

Director of the National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine

Dominic Mack, MD, MBA

Director of the National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine


Dominic Mack, M.D., M.B.A currently serves as director of the Morehouse School of

Medicine’s National Center for Primary Care (NCPC), the nation’s first congressionally

sanctioned center to develop programs that strengthen the primary care system for

health equity and sustainability. Dr. Mack, a family physician is a longtime proponent of

electronic health records.

Mack practiced for 11 years at Southside Community Health Center in Atlanta, where

he served as chief medical officer. He joined MSM in 2001 as an assistant professor in

the department of family medicine. While at MSM, he has served as medical director,

and interim residency director for the department of family medicine. Dr. Mack serves

on numerous committees including MSM ASO HIT, GA-HITEC, Executive Faculty,

Community-based Health System Initiative Planning and NCPC Executive just to name

a few.

Under Dr. Mack’s leadership the NCPC has several critical focus areas that include

health disparities; access to care and healthy lifestyle behaviors. He has been published

in several peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters, and given hundreds of

lectures nationally including most recently MACRA at the Georgia HIMSS Conference in

September 2016. He has also presented at the National HIMSS Conference and will

appear again at the 2017 HIMSS National Conference. Other presenting topics

encompass Meaningful Use of EHR Technology, Innovations of Healthcare Technology,

Health Transformation and the Impact on the Patient-Centered Medical Home. Some of

Dr. Mack’s publications include topics such as; Mitigating the Health Effects of Disasters

for Medically Underserved Populations: Electronic Health Records, Telemedicine,

Research, Screening, and Surveillance, Paths to Success: Optimal & Equitable Health

Outcomes for All and Missed Policy Opportunities to Advance Health Equity by

Recording Demographic Data in Electronic Health Records.

Mack received his Bachelor of Science degree from Paine College and his Doctor of

Medicine degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville. In 2003, he graduated

from Kennesaw State University with a Master of Business Administration.

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