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University of Michigan School of Information

Neha Bhomia

Neha Bhomia

Applications Programmer Intermediate, Medical School, Applications Programmer Intermediate and Adjunct Lecturer in Information, School of Information Email: Phone: 734/764-5876
Office: 105 S State St/4321 North Quad MROQC profile


Neha Bhomia is an Application Systems Programmer Analyst, Intermediate at Michigan Medicine and an Adjunct Lecturer at the School of Information, University of Michigan. Leveraging her background as a Surgeon, Dr. Bhomia converges healthcare and technology to improve quality of patient care. She handles complex data flows and technical directions for CQIs such as MROQC and HMS, and is involved in several research projects. Along with several MADS courses, she also teaches Healthcare Data Analysis at the School of Information.



Areas of interest

Healthcare equity, Healthcare Research


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