John is an international health care leader in measurement, health policy, health systems, and quality of clinical care. He has contributed to more than 200 peer-reviewed publications and several books on quality, measurement, economics and healthcare systems. An actively funded National Institutes of Health (NIH) researcher, John works with clinical leaders, academic medical centers and multidisciplinary teams to help healthcare organizations better align their clinical staff. For almost two decades, he has examined how health systems affect, and potentially improve, care quality and patient outcomes. His leadership in this arena has led to his placement on Institute of Medicine and NIH committees and World Health Organization task forces. He has also testified before Congress on these issues. John developed the globally adopted standard for measuring clinical practice variation, known now simply as CPV Vignettes, the pillar stone of QURE Healthcare.
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Dr. Burgon is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare strategy and has worked extensively with senior health system leaders across the country on projects ranging from demand forecasting and value-based payment structures to clinical technology assessment and cancer center development. In addition, Trever speaks frequently at national conferences on issues on of quality and value in healthcare. Before joining QURE, Trever served as Vice President at Sg2 (now a division of MedAssets), a health care analytics and intelligence company. At Sg2, Trever led the firm’s Center for Clinical Technology as well as the Oncology Strategy team. Trever holds a PhD from Stanford University in Microbiology and Immunology and received his BS from Brigham Young University.
Director of Programs
Lisa M. DeMaria joined QURE Healthcare as Project Manager in July 2011. Lisa has over 20 years experience studying health systems and healthcare quality, primarily in low- and middle-income settings. At QURE, she leads the project implementation in the company’s three business areas. In the US, she facilitates the measurement of quality at a large cancer center in the south. Internationally, she directed the implementation of the World Bank’s 6-country health systems and quality survey in eastern Europe and central Asia. Prior to joining QURE she was a researcher and associate professor at Mexico’s National Institute of Public Health focusing on quality of care for non-communicable disease, maternal and infectious disease care. She has extensive international experience, having lived and worked in countries throughout Latin America, North Africa, and Asia. Ms. DeMaria has a master’s degree in International Development with a Public Health concentration from The American University.
Manager of Business Development
Othman joined QURE in November 2012. Othman has previous experience working in consulting policy analysis, project implementation support and other strategic business services to healthcare provider and information technology organizations. His services primarily focus on healthcare reform, health policy and health information technology.
Prior to joining QURE, Othman also served as a research assistant while attending Stanford University, where he engaged in the analysis and compilation of data on U.S. medical start-up acquisitions. He also served as a health system analyst with The Public Health Institute where he worked with health systems to plan and implement their community benefit programs, as well as completed a healthcare policy fellowship with The Bell Policy Center.
Director of Analytics and Research
As Director of Analytics and Research at QURE Healthcare, David is responsible for planning and executing data analyses related to QURE’s core business, as well as guiding and overseeing the overall analytics and statistical modeling projects of the analytics team. David received his Master of Public Health from Dartmouth College in 2003, with an emphasis in quality improvement and biostatistics, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Irvine. David has over ten years of experience related to healthcare analysis and outcomes, and he has been a contributing author to over a dozen peer-reviewed articles. Prior to this, he worked in semiconductor technology at IBM, where he fulfilled several technical and information technology roles for US and international clients to enable the success of a multiple projects.