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Carolin Spice

Associate Teaching Professor, Health Systems and Population Health

206-543-7951 | cspice@uw.edu

Box 359455
University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195

Research Interests

Electronic health records, social determinants of health, learning health systems, healthcare quality and analytics


Carolin is an experienced healthcare quality and analytics professional whose career spans the domains of public health research, inpatient care, integrated delivery systems, and ambulatory safety net Community Health Centers. She has guided multiple healthcare organizations in transforming their care delivery and analytics capabilities in order to achieve the triple aim of healthcare: improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care.

She has worked with CMS, ONC, EHR vendors, and various Measure Steward Organization representatives to encourage alignment of quality measures with clinical workflow. She enjoys sharing her passion for healthcare analytics and quality with diverse cohorts of learners.


MS Clinical Informatics and Patient-centered Technologies, University of Washington, 2013
BA Anthropology (Medical Anthropology concentration), University of Washington, 1996
BA Speech Communication, University of Washington, 1996

Academic Programs and Affiliations

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Family Medicine Resident Knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Collins K, Spice C, Ingraham BC, Al Achkar M. Family Medicine Resident Knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences. PRiMER. 2021 Mar 18;5:13. doi: 10.22454/PRiMER.2021.971170. eCollection 2021.