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Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH

Associate Director, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery

Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH is Associate Director in the School for the Science of Health Care Delivery and Academic Program Director for Medical Studies. Dr. Wilson received her MD from Georgetown University and trained in internal medicine at Vanderbilt University. She holds an MPH from the University of Arizona.

Dr. Wilson's research area is unique device identification (UDI) and medical device safety and surveillance. Her focus has been the value of UDI implementation and adoption in orthopedic surgery for quality, clinical and operational efficiency and enhanced electronic data collection. UDI use has important policy implications in step with advancement of health information technology, health information exchange and strengthening national medical device post-market surveillance.

Dr. Wilson currently oversees degree programs in medical studies and health care delivery and is engaged in extensive curriculum development in the School for the Science of Health Care Delivery at ASU. Dr. Wilson teaches in the undergraduate, graduate and executive education programs in the School for the Science of Health Care Delivery as well as in the collaborative Mayo Medical School-ASU Science of Health Care Delivery certificate program where her focus is population health.

 

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