Bonnie T. Zima, MD, MPH is Professor-in-Residence in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Associate Director of the UCLA Center for Health Services and Society. Dr. Zima is a child psychiatrist and health services researcher. Dr. Zima provides direct clinical care to youth in two probation camps serving girls in the County of Los Angeles Department of Mental Health Juvenile Justice Program. Dr. Zima’s research focuses on the unmet need for mental health services among high risk child populations and the quality of mental health care for children enrolled in Medicaid-funded outpatient programs. She is Principal Investigator (PI) of MH2™, Mobile Health for Mental Health, a web-based application to optimize stimulant medication treatment for children with ADHD, and PI of a five-year study to develop and pilot test integrated care models for children in two federally qualified health care centers in Chicago. Further, Dr. Zima is Co-Investigator on a three-year PCORI-funded randomized trial of a telehealth intervention to provide mental health services to children served within a network of federally qualified health care centers, and is the lead child psychiatrist on the California Performance Outcomes Measures Study. Her research has received all three national research awards from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP). In addition, Dr. Zima was a recent member of the Institute of Medicine's Committee to Evaluate the Supplemental Security Income Disability Program for Children with Mental Disorders, member of three Steering Committees for the National Quality Forum’s (NQF), a member of the AACAP Committee on Research and the APA Council on Quality, Former Editorial Board Member for JAACAP, Co-Chair of the Mental Health Work Group for the CHIPRA-AHRQ Center of Excellence for Children with Complex Health Care Needs, and a Distinguished Fellow of AACAP and the American Psychiatric Association.