Research

Broadly, my research activities have been centered around the intersection of health informatics and health disparities. Below are some examples of recent projects and manuscripts in progress in this area.


  • "Physician Awareness of Social Determinants of Health Documentation Capability in the Electronic Health Record"

  • "Health informatics interventions to minimize out-of-pocket medication costs for patients: what providers want"

  • "'It’s a mess sometimes': patient perspectives on provider responses to healthcare costs, and how informatics interventions can help support cost-sensitive care decisions"

  • Dissertation: "Social Determinants of Health Screening Implementation: A Multi-Method Investigation to Bridge Clinic and Community to Improve Healthcare Outcomes"

  • “Family caregiver access of online medical records: Findings from the Health Information National Trends Survey”

  • “Application of Mixed Methods in Health Services Management Research: A Systematic Review"

  • “Using geocoded social media data to assess physical activity levels of communities: a study of Twitter users from Metropolitan Detroit”

  • “Family caregiving and telehealth during COVID-19: Insights from Michigan”

  • “Distribution and Characteristics of Hospital-provided Social Care in the United States”

  • "The impact of stigma on HIV testing decisions for gay, bisexual, queer and other men who have sex with men: a qualitative study"


Please see my Google Scholar profile for more information.