I learned a few weeks ago, almost by accident, that former National Alliance for Health Information Technology CEO Scott Wallace had moved on to the University of Virginia‘s Darden Graduate School of Business as a Batten Fellow. Wallace co-authored a July 3 column in the Financial Times on value-based healthcare purchasing. (He collaborated with Darden professor Elizabeth Teisberg and Michael Porter of Harvard Business School.)
Today, NAHIT, which is going through a reorganization—its Web site is just a place-holder right now—decided to publicize Wallace’s fellowship with a press release. That suggests Wallace left on good terms and likely will stay involved in the promotion of health IT.