Allison Hare comes to us after receiving her MD from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. At Penn, Allison worked as a Clinical Informatics Fellow and led health system-wide change in telehealth delivery models, remote patient monitoring, and social needs screening, for which she was awarded a $20,000 grant. Her work to improve access to care resulted in the successful integration of Penn Medicine’s EHR into student-run community clinics, and initiatives to support digitally naïve patients’ navigation of telehealth platforms. Her curricular innovations – including a new student orientation to the EHR and the conception and creation of a clinical informatics pipeline program – were selected to become permanent parts of Penn’s curriculum. In addition, during her extensive volunteer work, Allison has developed workshops to teach design thinking, developed an anti-racist cardiology curriculum, served as AMA delegate to national meetings, and worked at Penn’s Covid-19 Social Needs Response Team. Allison received a BS in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, phi beta kappa.
Atrius Health Practice Site: Somerville
Atrius Health Preceptor: Dr. Elisa Choi