Clinical Social Worker
Brigham Psychiatric Services
Samara Grossman, MSW, LICSW is a Clinical Social Worker with Brigham Psychiatric Services of Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She has the following areas of clinical interest: trauma, PTSD, empowerment and social justice perspectives in clinical treatment. She is a member of the Mass General Brigham Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) Initiative and is co-chair of the TIC Education and Training Committee of that Initiative. She also co- chairs the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Psychiatry Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and chairs the Social Work Racial Justice Collective Active Committee.
Founder & Director of the C.A.R.E Clinic @ Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Associate Scientist- Department of Women’s Health in the Division of Medicine
Co-Chair- Mass General Brigham Trauma-Informed Steering Committee
Clinical Scholar 2018-2021 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Instructor- Harvard Medical School
Dr. Annie Lewis-O’Connor is a dually Board Certified Pediatric and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She is the Founder and Director of the C.A.R.E Clinic (Coordinated Approach to Resilience & Empowerment) and is Co-Chair of the Mass General Brigham Trauma-informed Care Initiative. The clinic is committed to providing patient centered and trauma-informed health care to people who have experienced individual, interpersonal and or collective trauma. Dr. Lewis-O’Connor addresses violence from four pillars: Research, Policy, Education, and Clinical practice. Dr. Lewis-O’Connor is published in peer-reviewed journals and academic books on the topic of violence against women and children, trauma-informed care, and the effects of trauma, violence and abuse on health. Her current research is focused on measuring Trauma-Informed Care models of care in adult health care settings and exploration of best ‘screening’ (inquiry) methods for trauma, violence and abuse. She is currently funded by the Department of Justice and is eeking to improve health care services for people impacted by violence and abuse. Annie is a Clinical Scholar with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (2018-2021) focusing on health care leadership using a health equity lens. Her current funding is exploring the return on investment when TIC models are utilized, trauma inquiry and use of trauma-informed care plans. She served as Chair of the National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse advancing policy and clinical practice for survivors of violence and abuse. Since 2010 she has served on the Executive Board of Casa Myrna Vasquez, the oldest and longest standing shelter in Mass for women and children. She received her Master’s in Nursing from Simmons College in Boston, a Master’s in Public Health from Boston University and her PhD from Boston College.
Managing Director, Brigham Digital Innovation Hub
Santosh Mohan is the Managing Director of the Brigham Digital Innovation Hub, fondly known as the iHub. His prior experience spans product, provider, and consulting roles in healthcare technology at Standard Health Care, Duke University Health System, Cerner, athenahealth, and The Advisory Board Company. Santosh is a Fellow of HIMSS and holds a master’s degree in business management and clinical informatics from Duke Fuqua School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in engineering and bioinformatics from VIT University (India).
Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care
Department of Medicine
Dr. Rodriguez is a clinician-investigator in the Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care. His research and passion lie in the meaningful intersection of medicine, social justice, and technology. He completed his Internal Medicine training at Massachusetts General Hospital. He went on to complete a Clinical Informatics fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Prior to his current position, he was Medical Director of Clinical Informatics at Lawrence General Hospital where he oversaw an EHR Go-Live in a safety-net hospital. He is currently focused on bridging disparities in patient-facing health technology, including telemedicine
Nursing Director, Ambulatory Care Coordination, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Lisa Wichmann, RN, MS, ACM, NC-BC, is the Nursing Director for Ambulatory Care Coordination at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, where she has worked since 2008. Lisa works on the integrated Care Management Program (iCMP), overseeing iCMP nursing practice within primary care and two specialty areas. A nurse leader for over twenty-five years, Lisa has experience case management, tertiary acute care, rehabilitation, the insurance industry, and post-acute care.