Tracy Y. Wang is a Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at Duke University.
Dr. Wang is a health services researcher with expertise in implementation science and pragmatic clinical trials. She has led several cardiovascular clinical trials and registries at the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) that have focused on comparative effectiveness and safety, health disparities, care quality assessment and quality improvement. To date, she has published over 250 manuscripts on these topics. More recently, she has been the Principal Investigator of the ARTEMIS randomized clinical trial studying the impact of copayment reduction on antiplatelet medication adherence and outcomes after myocardial infarction. She has lectured widely on the use of “big data” to identify treatment gaps for intervention, and has led projects using data solutions to design and implement quality improvement initiatives. Additionally, she has been interested in evolving the platform for research to improve site and patient recruitment, innovate longitudinal patient follow-up, enrich the collection of patient-reported outcomes, pragmatically adjudicate clinical events of interest, and add important health economic insights.