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Stacy is the Digital Health Strategy Programs Manager on the American Medical Association’s strategy team dedicated to professional satisfaction and practice sustainability.
Prior to joining the American Medical Association, Stacy was the Senior Practice Manager for Department of Orthopaedics at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago. During her time as a practice manager, she helped lead the department’s move into a new physical location, which included strategically defining workflows and clinic set-up to provide a more efficient patient throughput. She also supported various clinics with the implementation of EPIC and worked on numerous process improvement initiatives aimed at improving practice efficiency and patient satisfaction.
Prior to her practice management role, Stacy held various positions in Finance at NorthShore University HealthSystem and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. During her time at UPMC, she completed the Financial Management Rotation Program, a two year leadership development program for new graduates.
Stacy graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and Economics from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. She earned her Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Laura is an intern working across the American Medical Association's Digital Health and Environmental Intelligence departments.
She is currently pursuing a Masters in Healthcare Administration from the Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago. Prior, she recieved her Bachelors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in International Studies with certificates in French and Global Health.
Before coming to the American Medical Association, Laura worked as the Public Policy intern for Safe Kids Worldwide in their D.C. office. In addition, she is an active board member to Sarvodaya USA, a grassroots nonprofit dedicated to promoting community empowerment and health initiatives across Sri Lanka.