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Jeanne M. Huddleston, M.D., has a research and academic focus on the translation of industrial and systems engineering principles to improve health care delivery.
Dr. Huddleston led the integration of engineering principles and research into clinical care, culminating in the creation of the first Clinical Engineering Learning Laboratory with the Department of Emergency Medicine. Working closely with an interdisciplinary team of engineers and clinical care providers, Dr. Huddleston pioneered practice implementation of award-winning predictive analytic applications and machine learning methodology into the clinical practice for decision support at the bedside.
Dr. Huddleston's research goal is the innovative translation of systems engineering principles to health care delivery in an effort to improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of the health care experience for patients, their families and all providers.
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