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.

  • "Provision of Telemental Health Before and After COVID-19 Onset"

  • "Characterizing the Relative Frequency of Clinician Engagement with Structured Social Determinants of Health Data"

  • "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.