Lori Weiselberg, MPH
Lori Weiselberg provides consulting in the areas of health system development and public health initiatives. Her primary interests include prevention of chronic disease, optimizing chronic disease management, quality improvement in primary care, and the design and implementation of coordinated, integrated delivery systems with the patient centered medical home as a central component.
Lori is currently supporting health systems in the transition of primary care practices to patient centered medical home models of care which focuses both on planned patient visits and population health management. Lori is a Patient-Centered Medical Home Certified Content Expert™ (PCMH CCE™).
Prior to joining HMA, Lori conducted research and directed learning collaboratives to improve the quality of chronic disease care for a large public hospital system in Chicago. She also directed a federally-funded area health education center (AHEC), improving access and quality of primary care in New York City (NYC). As an independent consultant, she collaborated with the NYC Department of Health on the design of a childhood asthma initiative. She also promoted a comprehensive school health program for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Lori holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.