Bradley (Brad) Doebbeling, MD, MSc, FACP, FIDSA, FNAP
Professor, Biomedical Informatics, Science of Health Care Delivery, and Design
Brad Doebbeling, MD, MSc, FACP, FIDSA, FNAP. Professor, Biomedical Informatics, Science of Health Care Delivery, and Design; Senior Sustainability Scientist at ASU. His research emphasizes interprofessional teamwork in clinical workflow, information systems, system redesign and information technology development, innovation and entrepreneurship. Works with local health care systems and redesign efforts to engage interdisciplinary stakeholders in developing novel technology and redesigning healthcare delivery. Leadership in clinical programs, HSR&D centers and informatics department. Published over 200 peer-reviewed articles, 50 reviews and $36M as PI. Mentored over 70 interdisciplinary junior faculty, fellows and graduate students. Multiple awards in teaching, research, and innovation.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Health care is in trouble. COVID-19 has reminded us of unacceptable disparities across many vulnerable groups. Providers are exhausted and choosing to retire and/or seek other careers. The National Academies are producing a plethora of reports on how to improve every component of our challenged health care system, especially primary care and long-term care. What better time to activate the interprofessional nexus to demonstrate its impact on solving important problems in real time? Objectives 1. Provide examples of activating the Nexus to reduce health disparities. 2. Share successful…
Despite many positive benefits, electronic health records (EHRs) are a major source of stress and dissatisfaction for providers and team members. In our ongoing project to transform primary care, we sought to identify priorities for optimizing interprofessional primary care. The top-rated choices from team members all involved optimizing the EHR. We developed a multi-faceted approach to understand how the EHR could be optimized for improved teaming and efficiency. This approach included focus group interviews, discussions with EHR experts and a modified Delphi survey to determine priorities…