Dr. Ramly is a health systems engineer whose research focuses on designing best practices for ambulatory care, while balancing standardization and local adaptations. He aims to integrate clinical evidence, implementation strategies, and organizational processes to increase the chances of clinical innovations becoming routine practice.
Rheumatology Clinic Staff Needs: Barriers and Strategies to Addressing High Blood Pressure and Smoking Risk
Improving primary care follow-up for gynecologic patients with hypertension: an implementation science pilot study
Impact of CancelRx on discontinuation of controlled substance prescriptions: an interrupted time series analysis
Interactive and Participatory Audit and Feedback (IPAF): theory-based development and multi-site implementation outcomes with specialty clinic staff