Dawn Mautner, MD, MS

CPHI Adjunct Fellow

Title: Instructor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University

Email: dawn.mautner@gmail.com

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.

Select Publications:

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.