Sunny Lin is a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, studying Health Services Organization and Policy. Sunny's research is primarily centered around the role of health information technology in health delivery systems, specifically, its impact on cost and quality. She is interested in using complex systems approaches to understand how state and federal policies, health information technology, community resources, and health delivery systems interact to impact population health.
Sunny's most current project centers around the concept of fragmentation of care, how it’s measured at different stages of the healthcare delivery process, and how health information technology plays a role in bridging care management gaps.
Sunny has a BS in Education and Social Policy from Northwestern University, and an MS in Health Care Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University. Her biography from the School of Public Health can be found here.