Dr. Matt Weissenbach is responsible for directing clinician efforts toward the design, development, implementation and support of Wolters Kluwer Clinical Surveillance software solutions. He and his team focus on building strong clinical partnerships and support healthcare teams in improving the quality of care to reach optimal patient outcomes. 

Dr. Weissenbach has practiced as an epidemiologist and infection preventionist for more than a decade. His practice and research interests include the role of clinical decision support and technology in advancing infection prevention and the implementation science of multidisciplinary approaches in antimicrobial stewardship.

He earned his doctor of public health and master of public health degrees from the University of South Florida College of Public Health. Dr. Weissenbach is board-certified in infection control and epidemiology (CBIC) and public health (NBPHE).  He is a fellow of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) and an active member of both APIC and the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. 

External Media

This Year's Flu Shot 'Good Match' For Current Strains, CDC Says - Healthline, Dec. 9, 2022
How Effective is the Flu Shot This Year? Here's When We'll Know - Healthline, Nov. 2, 2022
Should You Get the Monkeypox Vaccine? What to Know - Healthline, July 15, 2022
BA.5 May Increase Risk of Outdoor Transmission: How to Stay Safe - Health Magazine, July 14, 2022
Can you get COVID twice? What to know about coronavirus reinfection - CNET, Aug. 10, 2021
How does COVID-19 'break through' in vaccinated people? - How Stuff Works, Aug. 3, 2021
Why there's a big difference between a vaccinated and unvaccinated person testing positive for COVID-19 - Healthline, July 23, 2021
What type of summer travel poses greatest COVID risk? - Verywell Health, May 14, 2021
When will we reach herd immunity in Florida? - ABC Action News Tampa, FL, Apr. 14, 2021
What are we waiting for? - The Verge, Apr. 7, 2021
When can I travel again after being fully vaccinated? - Verywell Health, Apr. 6, 2021

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