Sarah Hudson Scholle, Dr.P.H., is vice president of research and analysis at the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Dr Scholle’s expertise ranges from equity and person-centered care to delivery system improvement. Her work on equity has addressed disparities in care, methods for summarizing and incentivizing health equity, and approaches for improving data. She has conducted numerous projects to advance the use of patient-reported outcomes in clinical care and quality measurement, including a novel approach to personalized goal setting. She has a doctor of public health degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Sarah Hudson Scholle
Vice President of Research and Analysis, National Committee on Quality Assurance