Bio sketch and research interests: Mr. Kapoor received his M.S. in Medical Physics from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland in 2007. In 2008, he joined TSG Integrations, a commercial treatment planning software company in India. While at TSG, he was involved in several projects such as designing computer algorithms for inverse planning, developing automated plan QA software, and developing software solutions for ophthalmology and radiology, etc. In 2010, he joined University of Florida as Technical Manager of the Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise initiative in Radiation Oncology (IHE-RO). Being at UF, he was leading the development of multiple software systems that improved the efficacy of radiation therapy such as the Peer Review software system. He joined the VCU faculty in 2012 and is working for the National Radiation Oncology program in the VHA system. In his assignment at VHA, Mr. Kapoor is developing and implementing programs that will ensure safe, effective, state-of-the-art radiation treatments to our veterans and bring VHA Radiation Oncology Services (ROS) to a position of national excellence. He has been working on implementing the Radiotherapy Incident Reporting and Analysis database for VHA that will keep a log of incidents, near misses / good catches in radiation therapy and helps the community learn and derive best practices from this database. Mr. Kapoor's research interests are in improving interoperability of computer systems and developing pathways that enable quality improvement using clinical informatics in radiation oncology.