I’m a PhD candidate in Health Policy & Management at the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at Indiana University. I’m also a predoctoral fellow in Population and Public Health Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute under the National Library of Medicine T15 training program in biomedical informatics. I study how the use of health information technology can improve health care. My research is situated at the intersection of health information technology and health policy. My dissertation is focused on state policies impacting health information exchange and how best to measure the use of health information exchange among teams in primary care settings.

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To get in touch, email me: natea@iu.edu.

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