Graduate Medical Education Consultants

Medical Director for Performance Improvement

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Jacob Luty, M.D. '13 R '17, is assistant professor of medicine (hospital medicine), OHSU School of Medicine and medical director of performance improvement for Graduate Medical Education.

He also serves as faculty lead of the Housestaff Quality and Safety Council. This group of dedicated, improvement-oriented residents and fellows represent their respective GME training programs in the HQSC’s mission to provide hands-on quality and safety systems improvement work tied to their clinical learning environments and the priorities of OHSU quality and safety leadership. 

In his first year, he will focus mainly on building systems to connect housestaff to ongoing hospital quality and safety initiatives and performing an educational needs assessment to support core improvement science curricular standards and supplementary content to help enhance the curricula already offered by GME programs.

Program Improvement Specialist

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Amy Miller Juve Ed.D., M.Ed., is currently an Associate Professor and Director of Education for the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine.  Dr. Miller Juve also serves as the Program Improvement Specialist and Professional Development Specialist for Graduate Medical Education at Oregon Health & Science University.

Dr. Miller Juve grew up in Oregon, and received her B.S. ('00) in psychology from the University of Oregon, M.Ed. ('03) in college student services and administration from Oregon State University, and Ed.D. ('12) in educational leadership from Portland State University.

She is passionate about faculty development, student support services and best practices in teaching and learning. Nationally, Dr. Miller Juve serves as a founding member and current Past-President of the Association of Anesthesiology Program Administrators and Educators. She also serves on the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education’s Urology Milestones 2.0 committee and has contributed to several grants funded by the American Medical Association and Oregon Health & Science University. She has worked at several institutions throughout Oregon including the University of Oregon, Oregon State University and Portland State University.

Amy lives in Sherwood, Oregon with her partner, son and dog and volunteers her time with Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue. She loves Oregon Duck Football, is an avid CrossFitter, enjoys spending time with friends and family and loves to eat chocolate covered anything…well almost anything.