Maia Hightower, MD, MBA, MPH

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Chief Medical Information Officer
Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine - General Internal Medicine

Contact Information

Primary Office
E 105-Z GH
200 Hawkins Drive
Iowa City, IA 52242
319-384-7630

Education

MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine
MPH, University of Rochester School of Medicine
MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Resident, Internal Medicine, University of California San Diego
Resident, Pediatrics, University of California San Diego
Internship, Pediatrics, University of California San Diego
Internship, Internal Medicine, University of California San Diego

Licensure and Certifications

Iowa Medical License - Iowa Board of Medicine
Iowa Controlled Substance Certification - Iowa Board of Pharmacy
Federal Controlled Substance Certification - United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration
American Board of Pediatrics
Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

Publications

Nisly, N. L., Imborek, K. L., Miller, M. L., Dole, N., Priest, J. B., Sandler, L., Krasowski, M. D. & Hightower, M. (2018). Developing an Inclusive and Welcoming LGBTQ Clinic. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 61(4), 646-662. PMID: 30303816.

Krasowski, M. D., Grieme, C. V., Cassady, B., Dreyer, N. R., Wanat, K. A., Hightower, M. & Nepple, K. G. (2017). Variation in Results Release and Patient Portal Access to Diagnostic Test Results at an Academic Medical Center. Journal of Pathology Informatics, 8, 45. PMID: 29226008.

Imborek, K. L., Nisly, N. L., Hesseltine, M. J., Grienke, J., Zikmund, T. A., Dreyer, N. R., Blau, J. L., Hightower, M., Humble, R. M. & Krasowski, M. D. (2017). Preferred Names, Preferred Pronouns, and Gender Identity in the Electronic Medical Record and Laboratory Information System: Is Pathology Ready?. Journal of Pathology Informatics, 8, 42. PMID: 29114436.

Hightower, M., Kallas, E. (2003). Diagnosis, antiretroviral therapy, and emergence of resistance to antiretroviral agents in HIV-2 infection: A review. Brazilian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 7(1), 7-15. PMID: 12807687.