I am an Assistant Professor in the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University. My interdisciplinary work lies at the intersection of health informatics, human-computer interaction (HCI), computer supported cooperative work (CSCW), and organization studies and I draw on and contribute to these fields to research technology and work in the context of healthcare. Specifically, I study how people use information and communications technologies (ICTs) as part of healthcare practice and how the design of ICTs, the contexts of ICT use, and the ways that people use ICTs impact how people give and receive healthcare. I utilize primarily qualitative, inductive methods and work to translate my research into practice through working directly with community and clinical partners. Much of my work at present centers on data practices, the situated social, technical, and organizational practices through which data are created, managed, and deployed.