Former Trainees

Carly Hudelson, MD, MSc

Dr. Hudelson earned her MD from Harvard Medical School and MSc in Evidence Based Social Intervention from Oxford. She previously worked at the Mongan Institute for Health Policy at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Hudelson completed the PCDI Immersive while she was a resident physician in the primary care track at the University of Washington. Her work during the immersive focused on Transitional Care Management services as interventions to improve care coordination and outcomes for patients during the transition after hospital discharge. That work led to the following deliverables:

  • Hudelson C, Marcotte LM. Transitional Care Management. VSSL Briefs. 2019; 1:1. (link)

  • Marcotte LM, Reddy A, Zhou L, Miller SC, Hudelson C, Liao JM. Trends in Utilization of Transitional Care Management in the United States. JAMA Netw Open. 2020;3(1):e1919571. (link)

Kate Morgan, MD, MPP

Dr. Morgan earned her MD at Harvard Medical School and her MPP from Harvard Kennedy School. She was a VSSL fellow while she was an internal medicine resident physician at the University of Washington, when she also completed the residency’s Health Systems Pathway and Primary Care Track. The work conducted during her VSSL fellowship experience led to the following deliverable: 

  • Morgan KM, Marcotte LM, Zhou L, Liao JM. Annual Wellness Visits in the Era of Value-Based Care: National Trends in Use, 2011-2018. J Gen Intern Med. 2020. (link)

  • Perez KM, Liao JM. Medicare Annual Wellness Visit. VSSL Briefs. 2020; 1:3. (link)

Ryan Clodfelter, MD

Dr. Clodfelter earned his MD from Brown Medical School. He completed the PCDI Immersive during hits time as an internal medicine resident at the University of Washington. His work during the immersive focused on payment innovation, a focus that led to the following deliverables:

  • Staloff J, Liao JM, Clodfelter R, Marcotte LM. Direct Contracting. VSSL Briefs. 2020; 1:5. (link)

  • Liao JM, Clodfelter RP, Huang JJ, Zhou L, Bhatt J, Kupferman G, Kralovec PD, Navathe AS. Organizational Capacity of Hospitals Co-Participating in Accountable Care Organizations and Bundled Payments. (in press).

  • Clodfelter R, Liao JM, Marcotte LMPathways to Success Medicare Shared Savings Program. VSSL Briefs. 2020. (link)

Sophie Miller, MD, MPH

Dr. Miller earned her MD from the University of Washington and MPH from the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Miller completed the PCDI Immersive while she was an internal medicine resident at the University of Washington. During her immersive, she focused on evaluating several aspects of Medicare's Merit-based Incentive Payment System payment reform, with particular focus on internists. The work completed during her immersive led to the following deliverables:

  • Liao JM, Miller SC, Navathe AS. To Succeed, MIPS Value Pathways Need More Episodic Cost Measures. 2019. Health Affairs Blog. (link)

  • Marcotte LM, Reddy A, Zhou L, Miller SC, Hudelson C, Liao JM. Trends in Utilization of Transitional Care Management in the United States. JAMA Netw Open. 2020;3(1):e1919571. (link)

  • Miller SC, Liao JM. MIPS Value Pathways: A Salient Development for Internists. Annals Fresh Look. (link)

  • Miller SC, Liao JM. An Opportunity for Internists to Lead in Value-Based Care Through MIPS Value Pathways. Annals of Fresh Look. (link)

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