Endometriosis Foundation of AmericaVirtual Patient Conference, October 16-18, 2020 How to talk to your doctor about Endometriosis - Tracey Haas, DO Diana Falzone:Now speaking of an awesome panelist, we have with us today, tonight, depending…
Tracey Haas, DO
Clinical Instructor, University of Washington School of Medicine, EndoFound Board of Directors
Tracey Haas is a family physician with over 15 years of experience working with underserved and vulnerable populations around the world. During this time, she found herself to be an endometriosis patient, undergoing several surgeries and 10 years of management before receiving definitive treatment. As a result of her own experience, Dr. Haas is committed to the Foundation's work in educating the medical community and raising awareness of the disease. Currently, she is a clinical instructor with University of Washington School of Medicine’s WWAMI Program. She has served as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Medical Information Officer for Colorado’s Medicaid Program in the Colorado Springs region, as well as co-founder of DocbookMD, a healthcare communication software company in Austin, Texas. She is originally from Texas, where she received her medical degree, as well as an MPH in Global Health, and completed her residency training in Portland, Maine. Dr. Haas currently resides in Laramie, Wyoming.