Rula comes to the position after more than a decade as a healthcare leader, including extensive experience overseeing science-based research and analytics, according to the ACR. She will replace Danny Hughes, PhD, who has led the institute since its inception in August 2012.
Most recently serving as executive director of research and thought leadership at Tivity Health, Rula has received the Advancement of Health Education Writing award from the Ann E. Nolte Foundation and has also been recognized as a 40-Under-40 recipient by the Nashville Business Journal.
In her new role at Neiman HPI, Rula will manage the institute's entire research portfolio in the areas of utilization, health policy, access and quality, and alternative healthcare models, the ACR said. In addition, she will also manage relationships with contracted research sites, including the Health Economics and Analytics Lab (HEAL) Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Imaging Policy Analytics for Clinical Transformation (IMPACT) project at Emory University.
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