Edmond Ramly, PhD is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Family Medicine and Community Health and Affiliate Faculty in Industrial and Systems Engineering. His work improves healthcare workflows and quality in outpatient settings through Implementation Science and Human Factors. His research promotes care that is both evidence-based and human-centered by balancing standardization and adaptation to local context. Contributions include the design, implementation, and scale up of systems interventions including BP Connect and Quit Connect to prevent cardiovascular disease, OASIS to reduce antibiotics over-prescribing, and WCCEAL for data-driven quality improvement. He is currently developing novel methods to streamline how evidence-based care is implemented and studying the consequences of telehealth expansion for health disparities. Dr. Ramly chairs the Macroergonomics Technical Group of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and co-authored the AHRQ/NSF federal report on the intersection of industrial and systems engineering and health care.