Susan J. Kressly, MD, FAAP

Medical Director

Dr. Kressly has been in pediatric private practice since 1989 in Bucks County, PA. In addition to using Office Practicum since 2004, she is very active in practice management and HIT initiatives and is board certified in pediatrics and clinical informatics.

Sue is passionately dedicated to her patients, her private practice and to the profession of pediatrics. At the American Academy of Pediatrics, she serves on the Project Advisory Committee to the Child Health Informatics Center and is a member of the Council on Clinical Information Technology. She serves as the Section on Administration and Practice Management (SOAPM) representative to the Private Payer Advocacy Advisory Committee (PPAAC), as well as participates in the Council on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety. Sue is a member of the Quality Improvement Innovation Network and participates in Pediatric Research in the Office Setting. She is a former president of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the AAP. She is involved in PA HIT efforts including the PA-eHealth Initiative, served as advisor to the PA Regional Extension Center vendor selection committee, and was the original beta tester for the real-time bidirectional PA-SIIS. She also maintains a Pediatric-related Information Technology blog, Pediatrician IT Chat, that discusses topics important to electronic pediatric practices and has given numerous presentations on practice transformation, electronic health records, and thriving in independent practice.

Sue is committed to advancing pediatric functionality in HIT and giving practicing pediatricians a voice in software advancement. As the company’s Medical Director, she believes one of her critical roles in Office Practicum is to be the pediatrician’s advocate. She continues to run her own NCQA-Level 3 Medical Home practice where Office Practicum software advancements are alpha-tested.

Sue lives in Bucks County, PA with her husband, Greg, CTO of OP. In their spare time when they are not passionately discussing OP, they enjoy time at the beach and playing a competitive game of Scrabble.