Jordan is a doctoral candidate in Health Services, Organization and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. His research focuses on the influence of organizational structure and environment on the benefits gained from health information technology. His dissertation project examines the effect of hospital networks of shared patients on their use of health information exchange and the benefit they gain from it. Jordan graduated from Georgetown University with a Masters in Public Policy in 2012 and from Duke University in 2008. Prior to graduate school, he worked at Epic Systems and gained firsthand experience with the challenges facing providers and vendors in their move towards an IT infrastructure.