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Jordan is an internal medicine intern at Brigham and Women's Hospital and is interested in cardiovascular medicine and improving patient care through new technologies and innovations in healthcare delivery. Prior to starting medical school, Jordan worked at a start-up accountbale care organization in Nashville, TN where he helped build population health models and implement value-based payment reforms. Jordan was an All-American swimmer at Auburn University where he studied biomedical sciences and recieved his MD from Harvard Medical School and his MPhil from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.
Byron Crowe is a faculty hospitalist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and clinical advisor at Solera Health interested in value-based care design and digital health. His interest in health systems began prior to medical school when he spent nearly two years at Emory Healthcare as a direct report to the Chief Quality and Medical Officer. In this role, he received advanced training on QI methods through Emory's intensive Quality Academy, facilitated QI projects from the unit to the enterprise level and assisted with the rollout of Emory’s accountable care organization. During medical school at Emory, he worked closely with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School, the largest student-led QI and patient safety interest group worldwide, and served as Regional Leader for the Southeast United States. At Colorado, he co-founded and directed the Housestaff Council on Value and Innovation. He currently is a full-time hospitalist at Beth Israel and clinical advisor at Solera Health working to improve value by scaling community-based and digital health solutions that address the physical, mental and social determinants of health. In his free time, he enjoys triathlon and mountaineering. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia where he majored in biochemistry and history.
Peter is a PhD student in Health Policy at Harvard University. In pursuing health services research, Peter's interests currently focus on better understanding health care delivery system issues. Broadly, these issues generate important questions regarding the impact of provider and institutional decision-making on health care quality and costs. Specifically, these issues focus on topics such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), and other important policy developments within the past decade. Furthermore, Peter aims to explore these research questions in the context of modern health care systems, new payment models, and big data. Peter has received a BSPH from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC Chapel Hill and an MSPH from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University.
Emma Sandoe is a third-year PhD candidate in the Harvard Program in Health Policy studying Political Analysis. She is interested in studying Medicaid policy and state political decision-making around Medicaid and long-term care financing and policy priorities. Prior to starting at Harvard she worked for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services serving as the Medicaid spokesperson and working on HealthCare.gov communications as well as the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. She also worked in the Department of Health and Human Services Budget Office as the Affordable Care Act coordinator and at the Center for American Progress. She earned a Masters in Public Health from George Washington University and attended UC San Diego for undergraduate studies.