Monica M. Horvath, PhD

Director of Health Intelligence

Monica is a health intelligence and health services research thought leader, with well over two decades of experience in healthcare, research methodology, informatics, and analytics. She holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Biophysics, Computational Biology Track from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, a BS in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh, and held a postdoctoral position at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

As the Health Analytics Lead for ThotWave, Monica provides thought leadership for care organizations interested in elevating their data and analytics literacy enterprise-wide. She helps organizations understand their analytics adoption maturity and develop strategies and tactics to achieve the learning health system paradigm. Previously, Monica led a multidisciplinary Health Intelligence team at Duke Medicine using analytics to evaluate health information technology approaches and their impact on financial endpoints, care design, and patient outcomes.

Monica is firm believer that everyone, from the patient to the provider, plays an important role in gleaning insights from data.



Are You a Health Data Champion? Measuring the Health Analytics Literacy of Yourself and Your Organization (CE ARRT) 2019

Course Credit: 0.50
Program Summary: This educational presentation will articulate how both organizations and individuals can build their collective data literacy. We will share case studies describing how leading health organizations have approached this problem as well as our healthca...
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How Healthcare Policy Drives EHR Technology (CE ARRT) 2019

Course Credit: 4.00
Program Summary: This eLearning course introduces how healthcare policy is quickly shaping the informatics tools that collect, store, and report patient care data. This context is essential to understand pressures on providers as they use certified electronic health...
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