Provenzano, Anthony

Anthony M. Provenzano, MPA, MSW, MS

Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems (HILS) PhD Student


Anthony M. Provenzano is a PhD student in Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems. Prior to joining the HILS program, he was an adjunct lecturer and research associate in the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan. Anthony also has over 15 years of experience in child and family policy as consultant and former employee of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He completed a MS in Clinical Research from the School of Public Health and a Masters of Social Work at the University of Michigan.  Anthony is interested in health information exchanges, ultra-large-system interoperability initiatives, and advanced cyber-socio-technical platforms for care coordination, information sharing, and learning.  In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and entertaining friends and family. 

What attracted you to the program?

My interests in the underlying sciences of LHS and the HILS program, interdisciplinary approaches, and cyber-socio-technological advances for studying systems and infrastructures that integrate healthcare and social services.  

Areas of Interest

Integrated Healthcare Models, Community-Based Learning Health Systems, Health Information Exchanges, Clinical Community Linkages, and Interoperability.  

Published Articles or Reviews

  • Hopkins, M. T., Provenzano, A. M., Spencer, M., & Ellis, J. (2016). Benefits, challenges, characteristics and instructional approaches in an El Sistema after-school string program developed as a university-school partnership in the United States. International Journal of Music Education, DOI: 10.1177/0255761416659509. Sage Journals.

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