Lectures and seminars Lecture with Donna Zulman from Stanford University
KI Medical Management Centre in partnership with SLSO Stockholm healthcare research and development primary care division would like to invite you to a lecture with Donna Zulman on multi-morbidity and implementation research.
“Multimorbidity research and strategies for high-risk/high-need patient populations”
Donna Zulman is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health, Department of Medicine, Stanford University, and a physician investigator at the Center for Innovation to Implementation, VA Palo Alto Health Care System (https://profiles.stanford.edu/donna-zulman).
Donna Zulman is an accomplished US researcher, academic and clinician whose recent research is into in multi-morbidity and implementation science. Togehter with Steve Asch Donna designed and runs the Stanford University course on “Methods for Health Care Delivery Innovation, Implementation, and Evaluation” and recently organised a conference on “Innovative Primary Care for High-Utilizing Complex Patients.”
Donna’s research has yielded over 60 peer-reviewed articles to date and received recognition in the form of federal and foundation research grants, early career awards from professional societies, and university awards for teaching and mentorship activities.
As a health services researcher and general internist, my objective is to conduct scientific studies to improve health care delivery for complex and costly patients with multiple chronic conditions. My research has focused on identifying high-need patient populations through measures of multimorbidity, care fragmentation, clinical risk, and social and behavioral determinants of health. I have also evaluated the implementation and effectiveness of interventions such as intensive outpatient care programs for patients at risk for hospitalization (Zulman et al., JAMA Int Med 2017; Zulman et al., J Gen Int Med 2019) and in-home virtual care for patients with health care access barriers (Zulman et al., JAMIA Open, 2019)
Medical Management Centre at the Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics (LIME) at Karolinska Institutet, in partnership with SLSO Stockholm healthcare research and development primary care division.