Dr. Erin Holve is Director of DCHF’s Health Care Reform and Innovation Administration (HCRIA), which was created to develop and implement new programs and innovations in health care delivery and program design.
Dr. Holve has more than fifteen years of experience in health policy and health services research, with extensive experience in health care access and health system transformation. Most recently, she was a Senior Director at AcademyHealth. She led multiple projects, including the Electronic Data Methods Forum for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. In this capacity, she worked with leading medical centers and health systems from across the US - as well as patients, consumers and other interested stakeholders - to promote innovative uses of health data to improve quality and drive health reform. Previously she worked for the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and the US Department of Health and Human Services, and has consulted for state and local health departments and delivery systems.
She is a widely published and cited author of reports and peer-reviewed articles on health insurance access, as well as health IT infrastructure needed to build learning health systems. She was founding editor and editor-in-chief of AcademyHealth’s open access peer reviewed journal, eGEMs and has served as a reviewer for numerous federal grant programs and peer reviewed journals.
Dr. Holve holds a PhD in Health Services Research from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Masters’ degrees in public health and public policy from the University of California, Berkeley.