Ms. Eldridge is a creative, dynamic professional with extensive teaching, administrative and clinical health care experience. She has successfully led complex, multidisciplinary teams in the areas of quality improvement, including office practice redesign, clinical quality improvement in chronic, preventive, and wellness care, and large-scale system changes in healthcare delivery. She led the development and testing of measures that resulted in NCQA’s adoption of a new measure for long-term beta-blocker adherence. At the Primary Care Coalition, she leads measures development and improvement efforts in pediatric and adult care for PCC administered programs and oversees all aspects of program delivery that include a clinical component. A skillful group facilitator, she has worked in curriculum development and teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels.