Dawn Mautner, MD, MS
CPHI Adjunct Fellow
Title: Instructor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University
Public Health Interests:
Vulnerable populations, super utilizers, frequent users of emergency services, health care workforce pipeline, adverse childhood events, trauma-informed care, health disparities, youth development
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
Vulnerable populations and improving health disparities motivate my current efforts. While I see patients at the family medicine office for Jefferson, my research activities include exploring drivers of health care utilization. Current projects include a variety of quantitative and mixed-methods investigations of psychosocial predictors of high levels of hospital-based health care utilization. Our population-based approach to intervention development is data driven, working in collaboration with the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers and Dr. Jeffrey Brenner to identify high-risk patients and build interventions that can address their needs.
Mautner, D, Pang, H, Brenner, JC, Shea, JA, Gross, KS, Frasso, R, Cannuscio, CC. Generating Hypotheses about Care Needs of High Utilizers: Lessons from Patient Interviews. Population Health Management, Vol 16:S1. 2013.