Miriam Isola to be inducted as a fellow in the American Medical Informatics Association
Monday, December 2, 2019
Miriam Isola, clinical assistant professor of biomedical and health information sciences, will be inducted as a fellow in the American Medical Informatics Association at the Clinical Informatics Conference in Seattle in May 2020.
Isola has more than 30 years of experience in health care information technology, operations and education. She has been a health center administrator, quality improvement epidemiologist, director of research and analytics, and information technology leader.
Isola advises health systems, hospitals, academic medical centers and accountable care organizations, helping them to improve quality, population health outcomes and reduce costs.
Her areas of research include the use of data analytics for strategic decision-making in population health management, quality improvement and patient engagement.