Dr. Leiyu Shi, Director & Co-founder
Dr. Jonathan Weiner
Dr. Anne Riley
Leiyu Shi is Professor of Health Policy and Health Services Research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management. He is director of the Johns Hopkins Primary Care Policy Center (PCPC). He received his doctoral education from University of California, Berkeley, majoring in health policy and services research. He also has a master's in business administration, focusing on finance. Dr. Shi’s research focuses on primary care, health disparities, and vulnerable populations. He has conducted extensive studies about the association between primary care and health outcomes, particularly on the role of primary care in mediating the adverse impact of income inequality on health outcomes. Dr. Shi is also well known for his extensive research on the nation’s vulnerable populations, in particular community health centers that serve vulnerable populations. He has focused on sustainability, provider recruitment and retention experiences, financial performance, experience under managed care, and quality of care. Dr. Shi is the author of nine textbooks and over 100 journal articles.
Jonathan Weiner (pronounced WINER) is Professor of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. He is also a professor of health informatics at Johns Hopkins. He is the director of the newly formed Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health IT. Dr. Weiner is an internationally regarded researcher, consultant and lecturer. Professor Weiner’s current work focuses on the application of electronic health records (EHRs) and Health IT for population based applications. He is the co-developer of the Johns Hopkins ACG case-mix / predictive modeling tool now widely used in more than 15 nations.