Kameron Matthews, MD, JD
Lead Analyst – Access to Care
Dr. Matthews is a board-certified Family Physician and serves as the Chief Medical Officer of Mile Square Health Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago, overseeing thirteen federally qualified health centers. Dr. Matthews graduated from Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in public policy studies. She then earned her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University and her law degree at the University of Chicago. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Tyree Winters, DO, FAAP
Lead Analyst – Continuity of Care & The Workforce
Dr. Winters has contributed to Policy Prescriptions® since 2010. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Michigan-Dearborn and completed his medical education at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Winters completed a pediatric residency from Nationwide Children’s Hospital/Ohio State University Medical Center/Doctors West Hospital and is board certified in Pediatrics. He currently is an associate professor of pediatrics at the Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Winters originally hails from Detroit, MI.
Laura Medford-Davis, MD
Lead Analyst – Affordability & Healthcare Costs
Megan Douglas, JD
Lead Analyst – Quality
Ms. Douglas is the Associate Director of Health Information Technology Policy in the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. She is a licensed attorney and focuses on health policy and its impact on individuals from underserved communities. She was a 2012-13 Health Policy Leadership Fellow under Dr. David Satcher, 16th Surgeon General of the United States. Megan has worked on health policy issues related to neurodevelopmental disabilities, HIV and AIDS discrimination, racial and ethnic health disparities, and individuals identifying as LGBTQ. In her current role, she is looking at the impact of Health Information Technology (HIT) policies on healthcare providers who serve underserved communities and is identifying ways to leverage HIT to improve health outcomes for the underserved.
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