Jennifer DeVoe is an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine at OHSU. Dr. DeVoe also serves as the Executive Director of a practice-based research network of community health centers at OCHIN. She is an author on more than 100 peer-reviewed publications. She sees patients at the OHSU Gabriel Park Family Medicine Clinic, precepts medical students and residents, and mentors graduate students, fellows and junior faculty members. As a practicing family physician and doctorally trained health services researcher, Dr. DeVoe studies access to health care, disparities in care, and the impact of practice and policy interventions on vulnerable populations.
Since 2006, Dr. DeVoe has built collaborations with investigators at Kaiser Permanente Northwest Center for Health Research, the State of Oregon, and OCHIN, Inc. (a national collaboration of community health centers) to develop the OCHIN EHR database. Dr. DeVoe has led or supported over 30 studies at OCHIN since 2006, spanning across 300 clinic practice sites, with over $20 million in grant funding.