Liz Malcolm, M.D.
Elizabeth Malcolm is a program officer for the Betty Irene Moore Nursing Initiative in the Foundation's Patient Care Program.
Before joining the Foundation, Liz served as the medical director for chronic disease programs and outcomes at Sutter VNA and Hospice, where she developed, implemented, and studied disease management programs focusing on improving the quality of care transitions. While at Sutter, she served in leadership roles for the Advanced Illness Management program and for a system-wide re-design of heart failure care to improve the transition from hospital to home. She has worked as a primary care doctor in several community clinic settings. Earlier in her career, she worked as a consultant for the RAND Corporation on disease management and quality of care projects.
Liz received her MD from New York Medical College and completed her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Stanford University Hospital and Clinics. She was awarded a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Fellowship at UCLA, where she also obtained a master’s degree in health services research.