As a project director, Lisa Johnson works closely with others at The Dartmouth Institute to adapt and implement a learning health system approach to several chronic disease populations with the goal of optimizing health and health care value for those patient populations. At the core of the model is the patient and clinician partnership for co-producing care. Johnson and others are working to increase involvement of patients (and parents and families) in their care, which is believed to lead to better care experiences, increased likelihood that care plans will be followed, and, ultimately, better health outcomes and value. Johnson has over 20 years of experience in the health care industry, primarily focused in the areas of clinical and population health improvement. She enjoys coaching and advising frontline teams engaged in clinical quality improvement efforts. She holds an MBA from the University of Virginia, where she also obtained her undergraduate degree.