Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson, MD, MS, MBA


Dr. Andrew Wilson (VA Scholar) is a neurology resident at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. He obtained his undergraduate degree with a major in neuroscience and mathematics from Vanderbilt University. He earned his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and his MBA with a specialty in healthcare from Rice University Jones School of Business. Currently, he serves as a resident informaticist working on EPIC electronic health record improvement projects. He also serves on the Housestaff Quality Improvement Council where he works on creating and implementing quality improvement projects.

Career Interests: Dr. Wilson is interested in analyzing the performance of Accountable Care Organizations in hopes of restructuring healthcare delivery systems both locally and nationally. In addition, he is interested in incorporating telehealth into his practice to improve cost, quality, and access of neurologic care.

Research Interests: As a Scholar, he is interested in evaluating effectiveness of innovative care models, managing the change process of an organization when adopting new care models, and informing local and national policies to support and accelerate innovation.

Dr. Andrew Wilson is Assistant Professor-in-Residence in the Department of Neurology at UCLA and the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. His research continues to focus on evaluating innovative care models for ambulatory neurology and improving population health for those with neurologic disorders. Current projects include developing real-time disease management dashboards for Parkinson’s Disease and implementing and evaluating teleneurology clinics. Dr. Wilson is also an attending neurologist at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Hospital, the West Los Angeles VA Hospital, and the Greater Los Angeles VA neurology clinics (in-person and via telemedicine).
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