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Ann-Marie Rosland, MD, MS

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Ann-Marie Rosland, MD, MS is a CHERP COIN Investigator and primary care physician at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. She is also Associate Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Rosland is a member of the national team evaluating the implementation of the PACT initiative, and leads a national workgroup investigating the impacts of the PACT initiative on care and outcomes for high-risk patients.

In addition to her work with PACT, Dr. Rosland leads a VA HSR&D randomized clinical trial to determine how technology-enhanced coaching of patients with high-risk diabetes and supportive family members improves patient engagement and lowers risk for diabetes complications. She is also Co-PI for the VA PROVE QUERI which aims to improve prevention and management of chronic conditions by supporting Veterans and providers in making personalized healthcare decisions.

Dr. Rosland has expertise in quantitative and qualitative study design and analysis, survey-development and fielding, health intervention design and evaluation, and Community Based Participatory Research. Dr. Rosland's research accomplishments have been recognized through selection for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program and the VA HSR&D Career Development Award Program. Dr. Rosland serves on the National Academy of Medicine's Scientific Advisory Panel on the Evidence for Patient and Family-Centered Care.

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