Dr. Irby-Johnson is a Clinical instructor within the Division of General Medicine and provides primary care with her colleagues at the East Ann Arbor Medical Group. Dr. Irby-Johnson graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the Oakwood Healthcare System as Chief Medical Resident. She received an MBA from Michigan State University’s Broad College of Business. In addition to her clinical responsibility, she serves as the Assistant Division Chief of Population Health Quality and Strategy and Assistant Chief of Ambulatory Care Operations where her primary focuses are on practice transformations, key quality indicators and quality initiatives that promote high value care within General Medicine Ambulatory Practices. Prior to joining Michigan Medicine Dr. Irby-Johnson served as the Ambulatory Quality Director for the St. Mary Mercy Medical Group, the Western Care Alliance Accountable Care Organization (ACO), Oakwood Physician Integrated, and Oakwood ACO. In each role, she led strategic planning forums for ambulatory practice re-design; laid the foundation for PCMH including policy creation, care management program creation and implementation; and directed the creation and implementation of transition of care models.