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Lisa I. Iezzoni, M.D., M.Sc.

Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Director, Mongan Institute for Health Policy
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Lisa I. Iezzoni is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Mongan Institute for Health Policy at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She received degrees in medicine and health policy and management from Harvard University.

Dr. Iezzoni has conducted numerous studies for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Medicare agency, and private foundations on a variety of topics, including evaluating methods for predicting costs, clinical outcomes, and substandard quality of care. She has published and spoken widely on risk adjustment and has edited a textbook, now in its fourth edition (Summer 2012), on risk adjustment for measuring health care outcomes. Dr. Iezzoni has conducted numerous studies for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Medicare agency, and private foundations on a variety of topics, including evaluating methods for predicting costs, clinical outcomes, and substandard quality of care. She has published and spoken widely on risk adjustment and has edited a textbook on risk adjustment for measuring health care outcomes; its fourth edition will appear in 2012. A 1996 recipient of the Investigator Award in Health Policy Research from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, she is studying health policy issues relating to persons with disabilities. A 1996 recipient of the Investigator Award in Health Policy Research from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, she is studying health policy issues relating to persons with disabilities.

Dr. Iezzoni is a member of the Institute of Medicine in the National Academy of Sciences, serves on the editorial boards of major medical and health services research journals. Her book When Walking Fails was published in 2003 and another book, More than Ramps: A guide to improving health care quality and access, coauthored with Bonnie O'Day, appeared in 2006.

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