Julia Adler-Milstein is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information and the School of Public Health. She graduated with a PhD in Health Policy from Harvard University (2011). Prior to graduate school, she worked at the Center for IT Leadership at Partners Healthcare in Boston and in the Health and Life Sciences Division of Accenture.
- PhD, Health Policy, Harvard University, 2011
- B.A., Human Biology, Stanford University, 2001
Research Interests & Projects
- Dr. Adler-Milstein's research focuses on policy and management issues related to the use of IT in healthcare delivery. Her expertise is in health information exchange and she has conducted three national surveys of health information organizations. She also studies the productivity and efficiency of electronic health records, and organizational strategies to maximize EHR effectiveness.
- Adler-Milstein, J., Bates, D.W., & Jha, A.K. (2011). A survey of health information exchange organizations in the United States: Implications for meaningful use. Annals of Internal Medicine 666-671.
- Adler-Milstein, J., Neal, K., & Howell, M.D. (2011). Residents' and nurses' perceptions of team function in the medical intensive care unit. Journal of Critical Care 104.e7-15.
- Adler-Milstein, J., Landefeld, J., & Jha, A.K. (2010). Characteristics associated with regional health information organization viability. In 17(1) (Ed.) Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 61-65.
- Adler-Milstein, J., & Bates, D.W. (2010). Paperless health care: Progress and challenges of an IT-enabled health care system. Business Horizons 119-130.
- Adler-Milstein, J., Bates, D.W., & Jha, A.K. (2009). Regional health information organizations: Progress but challenges remain. Health Affairs 483-492.
- Academy Health
- Academy of Management
- American Medical Informatics Association
- Recipient of the Henry Russel Award, January, 2016. This award is conferred annually to recognize faculty members early in their academic careers who already have demonstrated an extraordinary record of accomplishment in scholarly research and/or creativity, as well as an excellent record of contribution as a teacher.