Area of Focus: End User Adoption and Engagement, Program/Project Management
Grace has been with UCLA Health since 2011 where she has held various roles, working with Ronald Regan and Santa Monica hospitalist services and several specialties. In 2014, she took on the role of Meaningful Use Coordinator within FPG Ambulatory Operations before transitioning to her current position within ISS in 2017.
As the Ambulatory Adoption Program Manager with the Informatics Training team, she oversees day-to-day operations of the IT Rounding and Super User program, to ensure our end users are prepared for the upcoming technology changes, thus enhancing enhance end user experience. In her role, she has the pleasure of collaborating with many great UHIT teams to deploy adoption and engagement plans, delivering vital support to end users during upgrades and project implementations. As a dedicated change agent, she takes pride in helping people prepare for change, which, in turn, amplifies her satisfaction as her work drives meaningful change within UCLA Health.
Grace Lee holds a B.S. from the University of California Riverside and an MS in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She holds an Epic certification in Clinical Informatics and obtained PMP and Scrum Master certifications.