Fareeha Shuttari is an experienced health care program and product development Analyst II at Altarum Institute. Recently, she has worked on the design and technical logistics of the SmileConnect program, and on launching the program nationwide. She has expertise in managing various public health quality improvement initiatives, and a track record of producing successful results.
Ms. Shuttari has also been involved with the design and development of an interactive web-based imaging management tool, ImageSmart. Additionally she conducted through analysis, and developed and presented a series of recommendations for a potential U.S Navy surgical implant registry.
Previously, Ms. Shuttari managed the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) - an outcome based surgical registry with over 800 hospitals participating. Her experience in managing public health programs includes developing and disseminating evidence-based guidelines, and appropriate use criteria at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Ms. Shuttari began her public health career coordinating various programs at the New York State Department of Public Health in the departments of Oral Health, Emergency Preparedness, and Nutrition.
She holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from the State University of New York- Albany and a Bachelors in Science from Michigan State University.