My current work includes 3 main foci: patient care, quality improvement and evidence-based medicine. I oversee the work of our Internal Medicine residents and students in our inpatient and outpatient settings at Rhode Island Hospital. I am the Quality Improvement Coordinator for our Division of General Internal Medicine and also teach quality improvement to our residents. Finally, I teach evidence-based medicine in a variety of settings.
My prior research applied decision-analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis to a number of clinical domains. These included anti-platelet therapy for the prevention of cardiovascular events, policies to reduce the rate of hospitalization for long-term nursing home residents, emerging breast cancer screening modalities, including ultrasound and MRI, and using utility theory as a tool for the evaluation of breast cancer treatment disparities.
Outside of the hospital, I enjoy running, cycling, fly fishing and travel.