- Senior Sustainability Scientist, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation
- Professor, College of Health Solutions
- Faculty, The Barrett Honors College
Brad Doebbeling is professor of science of health care delivery and biomedical informatics in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. His clinical experience includes providing medical care for adults, working in primary and tertiary care as a consulting general internist and infectious diseases specialist. Doebbeling has specific research and methodological training in clinical preventive services, health services research, implementation science, biomedical informatics, complexity science and systems reengineering. His research expertise is in health care and systems redesign, and population and health informatics. His work focuses in clinical workflow, information systems, system redesign and information technology development and innovation. He has served in various roles as a research center director, department chair, hospital epidemiologist, QI director and lead multiple community research collaboratives. He was founding PI of the NIH Clinical Research Curriculum Award (K30), and NIH K12 Grant: Mentored Clinical Research Scholar Program Award at University of Iowa, as well as several other research training grants from AHRQ and VA at Indiana University and the Indianapolis VA. His leadership roles include clinical programs, research and development centers and academic departments. He codeveloped and pitched the idea of establishing VA Engineering Resource Centers, which were subsequently implemented in the VA healthcare system to bring healthcare engineering and redesign expertise to clinical operations. His research program has been very well funded and highly productive. He has received multiple awards for his teaching, research, leadership and service. He is currently involved with local health care systems, community health care centers and redesign efforts to engage stakeholders in redesigning health care delivery and develop novel technology, especially for high cost, high need patients.
- MSc, Preventative Medicine and Environmental Health, University of Iowa College of Medicine, 1990
- MD, School of Medicine, University of Colorado, 1985
- BS, Colorado State Univeristy, 1981