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Anne M. Stey, MD MSc

Faculty CQIP Leader

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Dr. Stey will be working with ISQIC to develop a network of trauma centers to address issues of quality and value measurement with an underlying goal of helping improve care n trauma surgery throughout the state. After witnessing inefficiencies and disparities in care in New York City, Dr. Stey studied International Health Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science where she developed an interest in economic analysis. She returned to New York to complete general surgery residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. She was then selected as one of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars at the University of California Los Angeles where she developed interests in quality measurement, and quality improvement. She worked on identifying sources of variation in cost of surgical care and the relationship between cost and quality of care.