Director, Population Health, Translational Research
Dr. Winnie Chi directs health services research supporting payors to advance population health. Dr. Chi and her team generate evidence on solutions addressing healthy lifestyle, preventive care, chronic conditions management, care delivery transformation, and individuals’ experience of receiving care.
Her work also focuses on understanding the needs of underserved and vulnerable populations, addressing social determinants of health, and reducing health disparities. Dr. Chi has extensive experience working with policy makers in both public and private sectors to deliver evidence-based solutions.
Hypofractionated, or shorter-course radiation, is equally as effective as conventional, or longer-course radiation, for patients with early-stage breast cancer. It’s also more convenient with fewer side effects.
Most patient-centered medical homes studies are limited to measuring whether patients have their cholesterol levels taken, receive their HbA1c testing, and reporting their values. HealthCore went beyond these to measure whether patients with diabetes and cardiovascular disease had better health outcomes.
With ADHD diagnosis and medication prescriptions on the rise, it is crucial to better understand the trend for diagnosis and treatment pattern for ADHD among American children over time.