“Innovative technologies serve to fill existing gaps in the availability of health technologies to vulnerable populations through the provision of new solutions to health problems, the adaptation of existing technologies to a particular setting or for a new use, and the combination of technologies to address several health issues at once.”
– World Health Organization
Priscilla S. Monarca, M.P.H. works with medical device companies to provide client-specific services, including literature reviews, report preparation and other research and support services to meet clients’ needs.
Priscilla received her Master of Public Health at Southern Connecticut State University and her Bachelor of Science in Psychological Sciences, under which she completed various biology, chemistry, and research-based courses to strengthen her knowledge in statistics and the sciences. Priscilla worked at the Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital as a Milieu Counselor II, where she further strengthened her clinical knowledge through direct patient care and developing and conducting group therapy. Prior to joining Nerac, Priscilla worked as a Research Associate at Yale New Haven Health Services Corporation/Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, where she collaborated on national outcomes research (assessing healthcare quality). Particularly, she reviewed federal rules and acts to inform research, supported hospital data collection, and provided writing support for various clinical documents, including literature reviews, environmental scans, publicly available reports, and educational materials for hospitals.
- Public Health
- Outcomes research
- Medical Device
- Master of Public Health, Southern Connecticut State University
- Bachelor of Science, Psychological Sciences (with additional research, biology, chemistry courses), University of Connecticut