by Jasmine Batchelor
March 26, 2018
Vice President, Clinical Enterprise Tools,
Dr. Eshelman serves as vice president of Clinical Informatics and Enterprise Solutions at Inovalon. In this role, Dr. Eshelman oversees the development of Inovalon’s clinical toolsets, delivering provider-decision platforms that are patient specific at the point of care. Dr. Eshelman’s medical and clinical experience play a significant role in the design and development of Inovalon’s medical informatics product lines, which gather and rapidly process large amounts of patient and provider data to deliver insights and actionable solutions to the point of care.
Prior to this role, Dr. Eshelman served as Inovalon’s senior medical director, where she was responsible for the provision and maintenance of best-practice and evidence-based standards across all clinical product lines. In this role, she played an integral role in the design of Inovalon’s data-driven encounter support platform, ePASS®, as well as its healthcare data-analytics and individualized-insights product, Prospective Advantage®.
For more than 10 years, Dr. Eshelman has held clinical, evidence-based, and data-driven positions across a variety of healthcare institutions. Prior to joining Inovalon, Dr. Eshelman served as an assistant professor in the internal medicine department at the University of Maryland, where she supervised residents in inpatient and outpatient internal medicine. Previously, she worked in underserved medicine on the Navajo Indian Reservation and as a primary care physician and director of the Diabetes Collaborative at the Family Health Center of Baltimore.
Dr. Eshelman graduated summa cum laude from Lafayette College with a degree in biochemistry. She received her medical degree, graduating with honors, and master of public health, magna cum laude, from George Washington University, where she was elected into the medical honor society Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Eshelman completed her residency in internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Health System in Philadelphia.