Current Fellows

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Sylvia Ciszek
Sylvia Ciszek earned her bachelor’s degree in 2017 from the University of Michigan where she majored in Psychology and minored in Applied Statistics.  During her undergraduate studies, she gained a lot of exposure to the healthcare landscape, through conducting research at the Ann Arbor VA Geriatrics Department, holding an internship position at HealthRise Revenue Cycle Management Solutions and traveling abroad for various international health trips. After receiving her undergraduate degree, she accepted a position in Change Healthcare’s 2-year, Accelerated Development Program. During her time in the program, she rotated through four different departments, including Production Operations, Imaging Workflow & Care Solutions, Network Solutions and User Experience & Design. With each new rotation assignment came a new role that provided an opportunity to expand on skills related to analytics, product development and program management.

Sylvia learned a lot about the critical role technology will play in transforming the industry and providing greater transparency to patients. This sparked her interest in pursuing her Masters in Health Administration (MHA) at Johns Hopkins University, which she felt would enable her to lead the adoption and transformation of innovative solutions in health systems and gain experience working with health system leaders in their efforts to modernize their care delivery models. 
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Jaclyn Liu
Jaclyn Liu began her career at Stanford in 2015 as an Administrative Assistant for Inpatient Rehabilitation Services. Through her involvement evaluating key performance indicators and collaborating on process improvement initiatives, she developed a passion for ensuring quality, patient-centered care. To further enhance her knowledge and understanding of health care quality principles and management strategies, she obtained her Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) certification in 2017 and in 2018, enrolled in the Master of Science in Healthcare Management program at Oregon Health & Science University. In early 2019, Jaclyn was promoted to Program/Project Coordinator and was an essential part of the Rehab Department’s stabilization efforts for thew New Stanford Hospital. As an Activation Champion, she managed the planning and validation of workflows and resources, developed and led  trainings, and was the primary point of contact for department activation logistics. She also maintained close working relationships with equipment vendors, IT, and various ancillary departments to ensure timely and efficient integration of interdisciplinary processes and workflows across the inpatient facilities.

Prior to working at SHC, Jaclyn received a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology from UCLA and worked for UCLA Health within the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry. While at UCLA, she co-developed a new clinic model designed to reduce capacity and access challenges and streamlined the organization of the Memory Care program.

In her spare time, Jaclyn enjoys hiking, reading, and playing with her two young nieces.