Doctoral Student

Hummy Song

Hummy Song is a PhD candidate in Health Policy Management at Harvard University. Her research lies at the interface between operations management and health services research. Broadly, she is interested in identifying ways to enable service and knowledge workers to increase their levels of productivity. In particular, she focuses on using data to design systems and policies that may enable health care providers to work more efficiently without sacrificing quality.

For more information, please visit Hummy Song's website.

Hummy Song is a PhD candidate in Health Policy Management at Harvard University. Her research lies at the interface between operations management and health services research. Broadly, she is interested in identifying ways to enable service and knowledge workers to increase their levels of productivity. In particular, she focuses on using data to design systems and policies that may enable health care providers to work more efficiently without sacrificing quality.

For more information, please visit Hummy Song's website.

  1. Won the 2008 Thomas T. Hoopes Prize which is awarded to Harvard undergraduates on the basis of outstanding scholarly work or research.