Our Fellows

The Taking Action on Overuse project is proud to showcase our 2019 Safety Net Value Champions. During their nine-month fellowship, they received training, guidance and implementation support for their work developing competencies to reduce medical overuse. Each Champion completed their capstone in March during a virtual gathering. Their individual capstone presentations are linked here.

Lauren D. Demosthenes
Lauren D. Demosthenes, MD

Addressing overutilization of in-person office visits for post-partum blood pressure checks in mothers who had elevated blood pressures during prenatal care or delivery.

Roberto Diaz Del Carpio
Roberto Diaz Del Carpio, MD, MPH

Reducing overuse of opioids for chronic pain by implementing safer prescribing interventions and providing alternative high-value care options.

Leslie Dunlap
Leslie Dunlap, MSPAS, PA-C

Decreasing antibiotic use for diabetic foot wounds, eliminating antibiotics when not warranted and tailoring antibiotic use for mid-moderate infections.

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George Hoke
George Hoke, MD

Reducing the rate of vascular access catheter use and catheter size for prolonged antibiotic infusions.

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Josh Moskovitz
Josh Moskovitz, MD, MPH, MBA

Utilizing the appropriate use of imaging for the evaluation of low back pain.

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Elizabeth Vossenkemper
Elizabeth Vossenkemper, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC

Tackling unnecessary prescribing of over-the-counter medications for common cold and upper respiratory infections in children, from birth to 13 years old.

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