Kevin Truong is currently a Clinical Informatics fellow and primary care Internal Medicine physician at UCLA. He has been at UCLA since undergraduate, through medical school, business school, and internal medicine residency. His focus on targeting health disparities led him to study value-based care through simulation of bundled payment models for hospital systems in business school, and during his residency he helped create clinical decision support for PrEP prescribing practices for HIV prevention among general primary care providers at UCLA Health according to national and institutional guidelines. His passion still remains rooted in health equity, with general interests in population health and value-based care, and with specific interests in machine learning, physician burnout, and clinical decision support in ambulatory settings such as primary care.