Phoebe Nelms, PCMH-CCE, CMHP serves as the Associate Program Director at Morehouse School of Medicine’s National Center for Primary Care, overseeing projects in the Health IT Division of HI-BRIDGE Solutions. In this role, she takes the lead in driving projects that engage and support healthcare providers in transformative clinical practices.
With a focus on fostering health equity, Phoebe has spearheaded initiatives, including hands-on technical assistance for the Quality Payment Program. Her efforts are specifically targeted at clinicians in small, underserved, and rural communities, aiming to enhance their utilization of electronic health record technology. Through education and personalized consulting, Phoebe champions interoperability and strives to advance health equity in clinical settings.
In addition to her current role, Phoebe plays a vital part in supporting the NCPCR (Network for Community-Engaged Primary Care Research) national project. This project is dedicated to addressing health inequities and fostering diversity and inclusion in research.
Phoebe’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Clinical Informatics from Georgia State University. As a Patient-Centered Medical Home Certified Content Expert (PCMH-CCE), she leverages her expertise to integrate data collected by EHR systems into actionable knowledge, ultimately improving processes and workflows to enhance patient outcomes. Currently on a path of continuous growth, Phoebe is actively pursuing PMI certification to further complement her skill set.