Dr. Ilya Ivlev is a physician-scientist and an Affiliate Investigator at CHR. His expertise combines original research, systematic reviews, and methods development. Dr. Ivlev works to identify and minimize low-value care in the Kaiser Permanente Northwest health care system. He also serves as part of the Kaiser Permanente Evidence-Based Practice Center (EPC). In his work with the EPC, Dr. Ivlev develops systematic reviews to support the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. He also develops systematic reviews to support clinical guidelines at Kaiser Permanente.

Dr. Ivlev was a scholar in the AHRQ/PCORI Learning Health System program that trains people to become leaders and innovators in learning health system research. Before coming to CHR, he was an NIH-NLM Fellow in Biomedical Informatics (Clinical track) at Oregon Health & Science University’s Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology. At OHSU, he developed and evaluated evidence-based decision support tools for patients and providers.

Dr. Ivlev received his M.D. from the Siberian State Medical University in Russia in 2009. He received his Ph.D. at the Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic), where he focused on developing research methods to support the assessment of medical devices. Dr. Ivlev also holds a Master of Biomedical Informatics (Clinical Informatics Track) from OHSU.

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