I am an Assistant Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. I do health services research. My goal is to improve the way we deliver health care in the U.S.
I also practice internal medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and teach healthcare policy, quality improvement, and evidence-based medicine.
The Institute of Medicine defined six domains by which health care delivery can be measured - it should be safe, effective, efficient, equitable, timely, and patient-centered. My work looks at the prevalence of problems along these domains and ways that individuals, organizations, payers, and policymakers can solve or improve upon problems in health care delivery. I focus on the ambulatory setting and practice primary care.