Anne E. Burdick, M.D., MPH
- Fax: 305-243-3503
- American Board of Dermatology
- Associate Dean for TeleHealth and Clinical Outreach
- Leprosy Program Director
- Professor of Dermatology
General Dermatology, Leprosy, Telehealth.
TeleHealth, providing health care to patients at a distance.
Columbia University School of Public Health
New York University School of Medicine, Columbia University School of General Studies
University of California, San Francisco and Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Dermatology
University of California, San Francisco and New York University School of Medicine
Dr. Burdick is the Associate Dean for TeleHealth and Clinical Outreach and Professor of Dermatology at the University of Miami (UM) Miller School of Medicine. Prior to her arrival at UM, she served as Chief of Dermatology at Kaiser Permanante Medical Center in Martinez, California. She was the Jackson Memorial Hospital Dermatology Clinic Director for 14 years and currently is Medical Director of the UM/JMH Hansen’s Disease (leprosy) Program. She received her B.A. from Oberlin College in Ohio, her M.D. from New York University School of Medicine, and her Masters of Public Health from Columbia University School of Public Health.
Dr. Burdick has nearly 16 years experience in telehealth. She has presented and published extensively on telehealth and teledermatology. She is a charter member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) and is past Vice Chair of ATA Standards and Guideline Committee and was the Founding Chair of the ATA Special Interest Group on Teledermatology. Dr. Burdick served as a member of the ATA Board of Directors, its Scientific Program Committee, and chaired its Nominations Committee. She is on the Editorial Board of the Telemedicine Journal and e-Health.
Dr. Burdick headed the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) Telemedicine Task Force and spearheaded the Academy’s Position Statement on Telemedicine. She was awarded the 2007 AAD Program in Innovative Continuing Medical Innovation in Dermatology for interactive lectures by UM dermatologists to academic centers, hospitals and remote medical sites in Latin America, Alaska, Hawaii and Guam using videoconferencing.
As Associate Dean for TeleHealth and Clinical Outreach, Dr. Burdick is leading UM’s expansion of its telehealth services and infrastructure to extend its reach and clinical service offerings in the US and internationally. Her vision is that telehealth will correct maldistribution of medical expertise and inefficiencies of today’s health care system, ensuring that care is provided where and when needed.