Deborah Orosz is a student at Harvard Medical School in the Class of 2015. She is interested in health care policy and economics, new health care delivery models, primary care medicine, and health equity. She is currently conducting a project at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital aimed at improving transitions of care between the hospital and outpatient setting and reducing preventable hospital readmissions. Prior to medical school, Deborah worked for ten years as a policy advocate and community organizer in Los Angeles, where she led political campaigns for civil rights and environmental health. Deborah lives in Jamaica Plain with her partner, Ted Robertson, a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and their 10-month old son, Finn.