Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), USA
Maria Michaels serves under CDC’s Deputy Director for Public Health Science and Surveillance, bringing health IT, healthcare, and research perspectives from her various roles and a passionate interest in finding ways to break down siloes and use technology to transform data into action in healthcare and public health.
She holds several leadership positions and participates in a variety of initiatives (e.g., Adapting Clinical Guidelines for the Digital Age, the FAST initiative, CDS Connect WG, Patient-Centered CDS Learning Network, eCQM Governance Group) that involve using standards at scale to apply evidence in practice more easily, quickly, accurately, and consistently as well as build better feedback loops. She has previously worked with Meaningful Use, eCQMs, and a variety of related health IT and research initiatives at CMS, NCI, the Johns Hopkins University, and Virginia Commonwealth University.
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