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Leading Change Fellowship Faculty

Grant Greenberg, MD, MA, MHSA

Dr Greenberg a clinical assistant professor and associate chair for Information Management and Quality for the University of Michigan. He is also the associate medical director for quality of the University of Michigan Medical Group and serves as the institutional lead for the University of Michigan Multispecialty Portfolio Program (reporting quality improvement projects done locally to provide credit for Part IV Maintenance of Certification), oversees development of ambulatory guidelines for clinical care, and facilitates development and optimization of clinical decision support in the electronic health record to address population management and quality of care. He has a breadth of operational experience, having previously served as Medical Director of the Chelsea Health Center (one of two residency training locations at UMHS) and as Service Chief of the inpatient Newborn Service. In addition to these multiple opportunities for real life change leadership, Dr Greenberg also holds a Master’s degree  in Health Services Administration from the University Of Michigan School Of Public Health. Dr Greenberg has spoken frequently at local, regional, and national meetings on quality improvement topics and is a member of the STFM Tier-2 Leading Change task force. 

Lindsay Fazio, PhD, HSPP

Dr Lindsay Fazio received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Indiana State University, completed residency at St. James Hospital and Health Centers in Chicago, and is a proud alumni of the University of Illinois. She currently serves as the Behavioral Science Faculty at UMKC Family Medicine Residency as well as the chair of the Division of Psychology and director of Integrated Health at Truman Medicine Center in Kansas City. In her role as Behavioralist, Dr Fazio is very involved in the professional development and wellbeing of the residents as well teaching the behavioral sciences. She is passionate about physician wellbeing and burnout, integrating behavioral health services into primary medicine and specialty in addition to educating residents about caring for the entire patient. Most recently, Dr Fazio is a graduate of the STFM Leading Change Fellowship inaugural class completing a capstone project in her department which focused on physician burnout and using a strength based approach to improve both wellbeing and department morale.

Tanner Nissly, DO

Dr Tanner Nissly is a full-spectrum family physician and assistant professor of family medicine at the University of Minnesota Department of Family and Community Medicine, North Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program. He received his undergraduate degree in biology from Iowa State University, and attended medical school at Des Moines University. Dr Nissly traveled northward to complete his family medicine residency at the North Memorial Program. Following residency he joined faculty at his program. He has completed a faculty development fellowship at the University of Minnesota, and also completed STFM's Leading Change Fellowship in 2015-16. He has seen patients at the Broadway Family Medicine Clinic and taught family medicine in North Minneapolis since 2010. Current interests and work include point of care ultrasound (POCUS), urban underserved medicine, physician burnout, doctor-patient communication, medication-assisted therapy, opioid use disorder, and interprofessional education.


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