Amy Yang

Amy Yang

Amy Yang

Jefferson College of Population Health, United States

Amy joined the Thomas Jefferson College of Population Health team after receiving her PharmD from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 2021. In her role as a post-doctoral fellow, Amy is able to assist in and lead outcomes research projects, while earning her Masters in Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research. Her first year will be spent at JCPH, before moving to Teva, her sponsor company, during her second year. While at Jefferson, she has been contributing to research projects with Dartmouth and Jefferson’s Multiple Sclerosis Continuous Quality Improvement (MSCQI) teams, and other internal and external groups. Her work has led to multiple abstract submissions and contributions to manuscripts. Her current research interests involve concomitant drug usage, neurology, and oncology.


Speaking seminar: Center-Level and Socioeconomic Variation in Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) Depression Scores: Real-World Evidence from the Multiple Sclerosis Continuous Quality Improvement (MS-CQI) Research Collaborative Study (2017-2020).

The programme for Microsystem festival 2022 will be build around the five success factors for high performing clinical microsystems.

Each stream will be devoted to one of the success factors and it will comprise of a key-note, a few presentations of improvement work and cases and an international team work problem- solving challenge facilitated by a coach from Qulturum, Region Jönköping County.

At the festival, you will be given many opportunities to exchange experiences and ideas with people from all over the world. People, who share your passion for microsystems and quality improvement and who come to the festival because they believe in the power of Synergy and the importance of spreading Energy for change.