Kennedy Hall
Assistant Professor

Faculty Information

Biography

Dr. M. Kennedy Hall's research studying healthcare utilization occurs at the intersection of informatics, emergency diagnostic imaging, and value-based care. During his residency, he became interested in health-care utilization work as he witnessed a variety health conditions in need of a newer approach to match with the changing priorities of health care. He honed the ability to study these approaches during his health-services research fellowship leveraging robust statistical approaches, as well as completing a point-of-care ultrasound fellowship. He feels fortunate to be have joined as faculty here at the University of Washington, with so many other bright people who are all here to make a difference for our patients.

Education & Training: 
MD
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2009
Internship and Residency, Emergency Medicine
University of California San Francisco
2013
Fellowship, Ultrasound,Research
Yale University School of Medicine
2013
MHS
Yale University School of Medicine
2015