Grace Moon, M.H.S.A., is a principal of population health and innovation with 20 years of experience in health care. Her career spans work in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. At MITRE, she has been leading numerous projects supporting multiple federal agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Grace’s work focuses on improving population health, developing health information exchange policies, and implementing strategies for achieving large-scale change. Before joining MITRE, she was the vice president of services delivery at a consulting firm, where she led teams of consultants on the execution of health care portfolio services for a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors. Additionally, she worked at a 750-bed health care delivery system in New York City, where she successfully managed transformational changes across cultures and operations. Grace worked at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene developing and implementing state and federal public health policies. She received her B.A. from the University of Michigan and a master’s of health services administration from the George Washington University.
Program Update | All of Us Marks One Year
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As the All of Us Research Program marks one year since its national launch, former Director Eric Dishman shares an update and previews what’s coming next for the program. This includes an update on the size and diversity of the health database that All of Us is building for researchers to speed up medical breakthroughs. Eric also announces the launch of the All of Us Research Program’s public Data Browser, which will be a valuable interactive tool for both participants and researchers. Stay tuned for more exciting updates from All of Us by following us on social media and signing up for our newsletter at JoinAllofUs.org .