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The Masters of Science Program in Health Policy Research

David T Grande

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Associate Professor of 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
Education:
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, Vulnerable Populations and Health Care Access, Urban Health

Selected Publications

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 January 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 36(8), 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.

Yang Y, Al-Garadi MA, Bremer W, Zhu JM, Grande D, Sarker A : Developing an automatic system for classifying chatter about health services on Twitter: case study for Medicaid. J Med Internet Res 23(5): e26616 May 2021.

Grande, D, Mitra, N, Luna Marti, X, Merchant, R, Asch, DA, Dolan, A, Sharma, M, Cannuscio, CC. : Consumer views on using digital data for COVID-19 control. JAMA Network Open May 2021.

Zhu, J., Rowland, R., Gunn, R., Gollust, S., & Grande, D. : Engaging consumers in Medicaid program design: strategies from the states. Milbank Q 99(1): 99-125, March 2021.

McCoy, M. S., Libert, T., Buckler, D., Grande, D. T., & Friedman, A. B.: Prevalence of Third-Party Tracking on COVID-19–Related Web Pages. JAMA 324(14): 1462-1464, September 2020.

Zhu JM, Sarker A, Gollust S, Merchant R, Grande D: Characteristics of Twitter use by state Medicaid programs in the United States: machine learning approach. J Med Internet Res 22(8)(8): e18401, August 2020.

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Last updated: 01/14/2022
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