Project Title/Research Interests: The Potential for Artificial Intelligence to Identify Medically Complex Cases

Timothy Lee is a current Clinical Informatics Fellow at UCLA Health. Prior to medical school he completed an MS in community health focusing on health policy and administration particularly in the realm of community development. During Residency in Family Medicine at UCI, he served as Chief Resident of Quality Improvement and President of the House Safety Officers for GME. Focusing on quality, safety and improvement led to involvement in his department go live for EPIC and an interest in the role of technology in improving healthcare delivery. His current and future research interests focus on how to assess, implement and analyze health technologies and the impact they have on healthcare delivery especially in the realms of population health. This includes an interest in the role predictive analytics has on caring for populations and its role in investigating social determinants of health.