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The Masters of Science Program in Health Policy Research

David T Grande

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Associate Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine) at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3641 Locust Walk
Colonial Penn Center 407
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-573-3804
Fax: 215-898-0229
BS (Biotechnology)
Rutgers University, 1995.
MD (Medicine)
Ohio State University College of Medicine, 1999.
MPA (Public Affairs)
Princeton University (Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs), 2005.
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Description of Research Expertise

Health Policy, Medical Professionalism, Influences of Marketing, Digital Health, Vulnerable Populations and Health Care Access, Urban Health

Selected Publications

Morgan JW, Salmon, MK, Ambady, M, Manges, KA, Rhodes, CM, Eneanya, ND, Shea, JA, Grande D.: Factors informing high-risk primary care patient choice around telehealth use: A framework. J Gen Intern Med November 2023.

Buttenheim, AM, Grande, D, Ruskin, T, Kamara, K, Donhauser, L, Weiner, J, Werner, RM: Training health policy researchers on policy engagement and research translation for greater impact: Evaluation of the Amplify@LDI Program. J Gen Intern Med Online ahead of print, August 2023.

Gupta, R, Iyengar, R, Sharma, M, Cannuscio, CC, Merchant, RM, Asch, DA, Mitra, N, Grande, D. : Consumer views on privacy protections and sharing of personal digital health information. JAMA Network Open 6(3): e231305-e231305, March 2023.

Gupta, R, Sharma, M, Cannuscio, CC, Mitra, N, Merchant, RM, Asch, DA, Grande, D.: Consumer confidence in public and private organizations to use their digital health data responsibly. J Gen Intern Med Page: 1-4, Nov 9 2022.

Sloan, CE, Gutterman, S, Davis, JK, Campagna, A, Pollack, KI, Barks, MC, Santanam, T, Sharma, M, Grande, DT, Zafar, SY, Ubel, PA.: How can healthcare organizations improve cost-of-care conversations? A qualitative exploration of clinicians' perspectives. Patient Education and Counseling 105(8): 2708-2714, August 2022.

Feuerstein-Simon R, Lowenstein M, Dupuis R, Dolan A, Marti XL, Harvey A, Ali H, Meisel ZF, Grande DT, Lenstra N, Cannuscio CC.: Substance use and overdose in public libraries: Results from a five-state survey in the US. J Community Health 47(2): 344-350, Apr 2022.

Grande, D, Mitra, N, Iyengar, R, Merchant, RM, Asch, DA, Sharma, M, Cannuscio CC. : Consumer willingness to share personal digital information for health-related uses. JAMA Netw Open 5(1): e2144787, January 2022.

Schmidt, H, Spieker, AJ, Luo, T, Szymczak, JE, Grande, D. : Variability in primary care physician attitudes toward Medicaid work requirement exemption requests made by patients with depression. JAMA Health Forum 2(10): e212932, October 2021.

Grande, D, Luna Marti, X, Merchant, R, Mitra, N, Sharma, M, Asch, DA, Cannuscio, CC. : Consumer trust in public and private organizations to use their digital data for COVID-19 control. J Gen Intern Med. (eds.). 36(8): 2519-2521, August 2021.

Grande, D, Luna Marti, X, Merchant, R, Asch, DA, Dolan, A, Sharma, M, Cannuscio, CC: Consumer views on health applications of consumer digital data and health privacy: A qualitative interview study of US adults. J Med Internet Res 23(6), June 2021.

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Last updated: 11/29/2023
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