Connor is a health services researcher within the Duke University School of Medicine Center for Personalized Health Care and a PhD candidate in Health Policy and Management at the UNC Gillings School of Public Health. His training has focused on primary care health services research and implementation science. Prior to his doctoral training, he was involved with adoption of the electronic health record meaningful use initiative at UNC Health Care, labor policy analysis at the North Carolina Department of Commerce, and served as a congressional legislative aide during the national health care reform debate. Connor’s research interests include population health management with an emphasis on mHealth to support effective chronic care, implementation of evidence-based interventions, and clinical care redesign to support health self-management and respond to social and economic drivers of health.
1:45 PM–3:15 PM Nov 19, 2019 (US - Eastern)