Alan Greene, MD

Dr. Greene is the Chief Medical Officer of A.D.A.M., the Founder and CEO of, and the Pediatric Expert for He is on the Clinical Faculty at Stanford University School of Medicine where he sees patients and teaches Residents. He is a founding member of Hi-Ethics (Health Internet Ethics) and helped URAC develop its standards for eHealth accreditation. Dr. Greene has been recognized by Advance for Health Information Executives as one of the top 25 most influential forces in healthcare IT. Dr. Greene was also named Intel's Internet Health Hero for children's health. He is an author, medical expert, and a media personality.

Dr. Greene entered primary care pediatrics in January 1993. In 1995, he launched Dr. Greene's HouseCalls, cited by the AMA as the first physician Web site on the Internet. On his site, Dr. Greene answers pediatric questions submitted by readers from all over the world. now receives over two million hits per month from parents, students, and medical professionals.

He is the author of The Parent's Complete Guide to Ear Infections (People's Medical Society, 1997). He is the medical expert for three additional books, The Parent's Soup A-to-Z Guide to Your New Baby, (Contemporary Books, 1998) The Parent's Soup A-to-Z Guide to Your Toddler, (Contemporary Books, 1999), The Mother of All Baby Books, (Hungry Minds, Inc., 2002).

Dr Greene has appeared in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, Parenting, Parent, Child, American Baby, Baby Talk, Working Mother, Better Home's & Gardens, and Reader's Digest. He also appears frequently on television and radio shows as a medical expert.

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