MD, University of California at Los Angeles, 2007
MS, Columbia University, 2003
BA, Stanford University, 2002
Dr. Ashwini Davison has extensive experience in helping healthcare organizations derive valuable and actionable insights from their data. As a physician board certified in internal medicine and clinical informatics, she often bridges the divide between practicing clinicians and computer programmers. Her primary area of interest is in the development of clinical algorithms using a combination of data from claims, EMR, and other novel sources. Dr. Davison is a faculty member in the School of Medicine with a secondary appointment in the Department of Health Science Informatics and a joint appointment in Health Policy and Management. She regularly participates in the Epic Ambulatory Clinical Decision Support meetings for Johns Hopkins Medicine and is currently the Course Director for a 1st year medical student class on Informatics and Digital Health. Dr. Davison collaborates with the Center for Population Health IT (CPHIT) on research comparing the additive value of claims to structured EMR and free text data in identifying and predicting risk for elderly populations.
As the founder of Informatics Advantage, Dr. Davison has provided clinical analytics support to companies developing new software and innovative technologies in the healthcare sector--ranging from mobile health to telemedicine to cloud-based clinical decision support tools. She has also played an active role in CMS and CMMI projects focused on episode grouper methodology and quality measure development during the era of transformation into value-based care. Dr. Davison is currently the chair for Health Tech Innovators, a new initiative of the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship. She was previously a Medical Director at Inovalon, where here role included clinical and quality oversight for a disease management program that addressed gaps-in-care for elderly members with high-risk chronic conditions. Dr. Davison completed her residency at Johns Hopkins hospital, received her M.D. from UCLA, and a B.A. with honors from Stanford University.