Dr. Nancy E. Miller is a Senior Advisor to Associate Director (acting) of the Healthcare Delivery Research Program (HDRP). Dr. Miller will contribute to the continued development of HDRP and will undertake multiple projects to scan the current landscape of health care delivery research across the Federal government and within the extramural community.
Dr. Miller has prior experience as a Senior Science Policy Analyst in NIH’s Office of Science Policy, where she coordinated scientific policy and tracked development of cutting edge initiatives pertaining to clinical, behavioral, health services, quality and measurement research. She monitored policy implications of comparative effectiveness research (CER) for health care reform and served as an advisor to the NIH Director on activities related to the PCORI Board of Governors. Dr. Miller has served as an Executive Secretary on several trans-NIH working groups and initiatives, including the Outcomes-Effectiveness Research Interest Group, the Trans-NIH Nanotechnology Task Force, the Common Fund’s Science of Behavior Change, and the Trans-NIH Managed Care Workgroup. She assisted in the initiation of the Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS), co-chaired the Interagency Workgroup on Summary and Outcome Measures, and helped to start the HMO Research Collaboratory.
Dr. Miller has actively participated in numerous Departmental initiatives focused on improving quality in the nation’s healthcare system and formerly served as head of the Clinical Research Program, Mental Disorders of the Aging Research Branch at NIMH. She served as Adjunct Clinical Professor within the Department of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Services for over 15 years, has edited five books, published many articles and chapters, and is the recipient of numerous awards. She earned her BA at NYU, MA at Harvard University, and Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.