Andrew Broderick, MA, MBA, is co-director of the Center for Innovation and Technology in Public Health, which leads PHI's efforts to accelerate the adoption and appropriate use of technology-enabled innovations in public health practices. He initiates, develops and implements research and evaluation projects, and ensures that they contribute to advancing technology-based interventions for improving public health.
Broderick studies and evaluates a number of technology platforms in public health applications. He is a principal investigator on a two-year national evaluation of the text-based messaging text4baby program among low-income, underserved women. He also manages research to evaluate the effectiveness of a text-based messaging intervention among a largely Hispanic adult population, newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, to support patient self-management.
With a goal of reducing preventable hospital readmissions, Broderick is research program director for a project to build a resource library that will enable U.S. health care delivery organizations to select the appropriate technologies to support the delivery of integrated care; understand the impact of business models and incentive structures on adoption; and develop strategies for deploying and sustaining such technologies at scale.
He earned his MA from Trinity College Dublin and his MBA from San Francisco State University.