Lisa Moon, PhD, RN, LNC, CCMC

Clinical Assistant Professor, Population Health and Systems Cooperative

Lisa Moon

Contact Info

Office Address:
6-197 WDH

Mailing Address:
308 Harvard Street SE
5-140 Weaver-Densford Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Clinical Assistant Professor, Population Health and Systems Cooperative

PhD, University of Minnesota, 2017

BSN, University of Michigan, 2007

Diploma of Nursing, Hurley School of Nursing, 1988

Advanced Practicum

Office of the National Coordinator, Health and Human Services, Federal Government 2016


Lisa Moon is a Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of MInnesota. She also is the founder and principal informatics consultant for Advocate Consulting. Moon serves on multiple state and national policy committees for health data interoperability, and has led state and national projects to design integrated value-based care models, interoperable health care networks, data governance and consumer consent management systems. She is an avid implementation science collaborator with healthcare practitioners, technologists, health information technology vendors, policy and legal experts, legislators and government agencies. Her research interests include consumer-mediated data management, data governance policy and legal regulation in distributed networks and the use of clinical and claims data for care, quality, outcomes and value measurement.


  • Data Governance - Privacy, Security and Consent
  • Health IT Consumerism, Evaluation & Design
  • Health Information Exchange

Professional Associations

  • Center Membership:
    Center for Nursing Informatics


Research Summary/Interests



Academic Interests and Focus

Informatics & Systems Public Policy Leadership & Innovation

Teaching Areas



Board Certifications

Commission for Case Management (CCMC)

Legal Nursing Consulting

Clinical Interests

Adult Acute Critical Care Complex Case Management Utilization Review

Clinical Experience Statement

18 years acute care small and large hospital organizations in various adult critical care specialty units and emergency departments in urban and rural settings. 5 years case management in urban community and then in large national health plan designing care management programs from employer-based contracts.