Allison Hare is taking a year out of her medical training at Penn to complete a clinical informatics fellowship. She is working concurrently with Penn Medicine’s Office of the CMIO and the Penn Medicine Nudge Unit. While in medical school, Allison has worked on projects that seek to improve the way the EHR helps clinicians care for under-resourced patients. Now, in order to capitalize on her interest in population health and behavioral economics, she wants to use her time at the Nudge Unit to work on projects that optimize EHR use for patients and clinicians alike.
Allison received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She plans to apply for residency in internal medicine in 2021and graduate from the Perelman School of Medicine in 2022.