Michelle Lampman, Ph.D. is a research associate in the Department of Health Sciences Research at Mayo Clinic, in Rochester Minnesota. Dr. Lampman received a Ph.D. in Health Services and Policy from the University of Iowa in 2016. Dr. Lampman has been involved in numerous studies related to evaluating program implementation and organizational change, assessing barriers and facilitators to team-based care delivery models, and identifying contextual factors influencing primary care practice and performance.
She is currently co-investigator of a mixed methods evaluation of practice transformation using the Mayo Model of Community Care (MMoCC) throughout the Mayo Clinic Enterprise. Prior to coming to Mayo Clinic, Dr. Lampman spent several years evaluating primary care transformation within the Veteran’s Health Administration and continues to support this work through contract. She also spent several years working with the Rural Policy Research Institute (RUPRI) Center for Rural Health Policy Analysis and the Nebraska Center for Rural Health Research assessing rural emergency medical services (EMS) and public health infrastructure, policy impacts on rural organizations and populations, and the impact of the health care sector on rural economies.
She has extensive experience with qualitative methods and mixed methods design. Other areas of interest include population health, identifying and addressing patient’s social needs, and alternative care models. She is currently an affiliate member of the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery. She is involved in the Dissemination and Implementation Methods Working InTereSt Group (DIMWITS) at Mayo Clinic and actively supports research activities within the Department of Family Medicine at Mayo Clinic through a collaborative partnership.