Scott Levin, PhD
Dr. Scott Levin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and holds a joint appointment in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. He also works as a member of the Department of Operations Integration to forward operational, quality, and financial improvement initiatives within the Johns Hopkins Health System.
Prior to joining The Johns Hopkins Health System, Dr. Levin completed his PhD in biomedical engineering at Vanderbilt University. His work focuses on the use and development of systems engineering tools to study and improve the effectiveness, safety and efficiency of health care delivery. Dr. Levin's current research is directed toward determining how scarce health care resources may be managed and deployed to best care for patient populations. This includes an emphasis on systems engineering techniques aimed at improving quality of care, access to care, and medical decision making.
Dr. Levin is actively involved in research efforts for the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Department of Homeland Security National Study Center for Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response (PACER). He has authored and reviewed numerous publications which apply systems engineering methods to medicine.
Nancy is currently a student at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she is pursuing her Masters of Health Administration. She received her undergraduate degree in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University.
Prior to joining the Johns Hopkins Health System, Nancy worked at Deloitte Consulting in their federal human capital practice. She focused on change management, project management, and training issues within federal agencies, including a variety of healthcare clients. Nancy also was the team lead for the Federal Health Special Interest Group, which focused on building eminence and providing education within the firm on important federal health issues.