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Julie Schmittdiel, PhD

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Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
2000 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612

(510) 891-3872 (phone)
julie.a.schmittdiel@kp.org
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Julie A. Schmittdiel, PhD, is a Research Scientist at the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research. She holds a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an MA in Biostatistics and a PhD in Health Services and Policy Analysis from the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Schmittdiel's career focuses on stakeholder engagement and translational research in diabetes and cardiovascular disease, with a particular focus on improving medication adherence and cardiovascular disease risk factor control in diabetes patients. She has been principal or co-investigator on more than 20 delivery science and health policy research studies, and has published more than 120 papers in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Schmittdiel serves as the Director of the National Institutes of Health-funded Health Delivery Systems Center for Diabetes Translational Research, and is the Associate Director of the Kaiser Permanente Delivery Science Fellowship Program.

Current Position(s):

  • Research Scientist II, Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California

Section Affiliations:

Primary Research Interests:

  • Health services research
  • Primary care re-design
  • Chronic conditions management
  • Quality measurement

Related Website(s):

Using Peer Support To Aid in PRevention and Treatment in Prediabetes (UPSTART)

This intervention trial has three specific aims: 1) To implement and test the effectiveness of a peer support model to initiate and sustain healthy diabetes-prevention behaviors in a lower-income, diverse population of prediabetes patients across three different care settings (Kaiser Permanente Northern California, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and a Federally Qualified Health Center); 2) To examine the patient, provider, and system-level mediators and moderators of the effectiveness of the peer support model across the three intervention sites; and 3) To examine the cost-effectiveness of the peer support model, and assess other factors related to the barriers and facilitators to adoption and spread, using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases,National Institutes of Health

Health Delivery Systems Center for Diabetes Translational Research Pilot

The aims of this study are to: 1) support two pilot and feasibility studies in each year of the HDS-CDTR renewal; 2) conduct peer review of pilot and feasibility award applications on an annual basis, using the following criteria: overall impact; relevance to diabetes translational research; the promise for leading to an R-level grant submission; relevance to the Center's translational research cores; and support of the health care delivery system in which they are initiated; and 3) leverage the pilot and feasibility awards as a mechanism to support junior investigators in developing robust careers in translational research in diabetes and diabetes prevention.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Health Delivery Systems Center for Diabetes Translational Research

The Health Delivery Systems Center for Diabetes Translational Research (CDTR) supports diabetes translational research through mentoring and supporting junior faculty, and by fostering collaborations between investigators and health care systems. This is a renewal grant to fund the Center for an additional five years. The CDTR is an infrastructure and training grant, and does not directly fund research studies.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Cardiovascular Benefits and Safety of Glucose-Lowering Therapies in Adults with Diabetes

Cardiovascular (CV) events are the most common cause of death among adults with type 2 diabetes. While the benefits and safety of commonly used blood pressure and cholesterol medications are well established, much less is known about the CV benefits and safety of many commonly used therapies to control glucose. In this project, we carefully assess the impact of specific glucose-lowering strategies on CV events (myocardial infarction and stroke) and on mortality, in order to identify whether some glucose-lowering strategies confer more CV benefit or risks than others. To address this important clinical and public health concern, we will test several specific comparative effectiveness hypotheses, in an electronic medical record-linked Health Care Systems Research Network-based registry of over 650,000 adults with diabetes receiving care in 4 large U.S. health care systems.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Heart, Lung,and Blood Institute

The Safety and Effectiveness of Diabetes Quality Metrics in Elderly Patients

Improving health care quality for seniors with complex chronic conditions is a critical issue for health services and health policy research. Widely-used quality metrics for patients with chronic illness put forth by agencies such as HEDIS and CMS are often based on clinical trials evidence of reduced risk for clinical outcomes in younger study populations with fewer comorbidities, and may not be generalizable or appropriate for elderly patients. The primary goal of this study is to compare the effectiveness of meeting standard national quality metrics for diabetes medication adherence for specific medications, and to meeting HbA1c targets, on preventing adverse events, hospitalizations, and ED visits in elderly patients with diabetes.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Delivery Science Rapid Analysis Program II

The purpose of the Delivery Science Rapid Analysis Program is to create a mechanism that will solicit, prioritize and address rapidly-researchable analytic questions with high-value to both TPMG''s quality improvement initiatives and DOR''s research agenda. The Rapid Analysis program will specifically focus on short-term observational data analyses that can be completed within 6 months. The Delivery Science Rapid Analysis Program will provide timely, strategic data for quality improvement efforts at QOS and TPMG, and disseminate its findings widely both within Kaiser and externally.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: The Permanente Medical Group

Diabetes Screening and Care Received by the Mentally Ill in an Integrated System

This observational study will examine the level of fasting plasma glucose (FPG) and A1c testing in patients with severe mental illness, and examine patient-level predictors of testing and FPG/A1c values.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Encouraging Mail Order Pharmacy Use to Improve Outcomes and Reduce Disparities

Previous research has shown that mail order pharmacy use is associated with improved adherence to cardiometabolic medications, and better LDL-C control in new statin users. In addition, mail order use is more common among white patients and those with higher SES. The purpose of this dissemination and implementation study is to conduct a randomized encouragement trial to test the effectiveness of strategies to encourage mail order pharmacy use in the overall population and among groups at risk for disparities in health outcomes, and to see if increased mail order use results in improved adherence and intermediate CVD risk factor outcomes.
Investigator: Schmittdiel, Julie
Funder: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

The impact of telephonic wellness coaching on weight loss: A "Natural Experiments for Translation in Diabetes (NEXT-D)" study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Adams SR; Goler N; Sanna RS; Boccio M; Bellamy DJ; Brown SD; Neugebauer RS; Ferrara A
PubMed abstract

Health Care System-level Factors Associated With Performance on Medicare STAR Adherence Metrics in a Large, Integrated Delivery System

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Nichols GA; Dyer W; Steiner JF; Karter AJ; Raebel MA
PubMed abstract

Novel Use and Utility of Integrated Electronic Health Records to Assess Rates of Prediabetes Recognition and Treatment: Brief Report From an Integrated Electronic Health Records Pilot Study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Adams SR; Segal J; Griffin MR; Roumie CL; Ohnsorg K; Grant RW; O'Connor PJ
PubMed abstract

System-based participatory research in health care: an approach for sustainable translational research and quality improvement

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Grumbach K; Selby JV
PubMed abstract

Crossing the Research to Quality Chasm: A Checklist for Researchers and Clinical Leadership Partners

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Grant RW
PubMed abstract

Incidence of diabetes after a partner's diagnosis

Author(s): Cunningham SA; Adams SR; Schmittdiel JA; Ali MK
PubMed abstract

Relationships Between Medication Adherence and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Control in Elderly Patients With Diabetes

Author(s): Raebel MA; Dyer W; Nichols GA; Goodrich GK; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Opportunities to Reduce Diabetes Risk in Women of Reproductive Age: Assessment and Treatment of Prediabetes within a Large Integrated Delivery System

Author(s): Marshall C; Adams S; Dyer W; Schmittdiel J
PubMed abstract

Population Health Management for Diabetes: Health Care System-Level Approaches for Improving Quality and Addressing Disparities

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Gopalan A; Lin MW; Banerjee S; Chau CV; Adams AS
PubMed abstract

A Two-Step Method to Identify Positive Deviant Physician Organizations of Accountable Care Organizations with Robust Performance Management Systems

Author(s): Pimperl AF; Rodriguez HP; Schmittdiel JA; Shortell SM
PubMed abstract

Depressive symptoms and adherence to cardiometabolic therapies across phases of treatment among adults with diabetes: the Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)

Author(s): Bauer AM; Parker MM; Moffet HH; Schillinger D; Adler NE; Adams AS; Schmittdiel JA; Katon WJ; Karter AJ
PubMed abstract

Improvements in access and care through the Affordable Care Act

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Barrow JC; Wiley D; Ma L; Sam D; Chau CV; Shetterly SM
PubMed abstract

The impact of telephonic wellness coaching on weight loss: A "Natural Experiments for Translation in Diabetes (NEXT-D)" study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Adams SR; Goler N; Sanna RS; Boccio M; Bellamy DJ; Brown SD; Neugebauer RS; Ferrara A
PubMed abstract

Shared decision making in contraceptive counseling

Author(s): Dehlendorf C; Grumbach K; Schmittdiel JA; Steinauer J
PubMed abstract

Provider self-disclosure during contraceptive counseling

Author(s): McLean M; Steinauer J; Schmittdiel J; Chan P; Dehlendorf C
PubMed abstract

Medicare star excludes diabetes patients with poor CVD risk factor control

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Raebel M; Dyer W; Steiner J; Goodrich G; Karter A; Nichols G
PubMed abstract

A Case Study of the Impact of Data-Adaptive Versus Model-Based Estimation of the Propensity Scores on Causal Inferences from Three Inverse Probability Weighting Estimators

Author(s): Neugebauer R; Schmittdiel JA; van der Laan MJ
PubMed abstract

The Diabetes Telephone Study; Design and challenges of a pragmatic cluster randomized trial to improve diabetic peripheral neuropathy treatment

Author(s): Adams AS; Bayliss EA; Schmittdiel JA; Altschuler A; Dyer W; Neugebauer R; Jaffe M; Young JD; Kim E; Grant RW; Diabetes Telephone Study Team
PubMed abstract

Pre-visit prioritization for complex patients with Diabetes; Randomized Trial Design and Implementation within an Integrated Health Care system

Author(s): Grant RW; Uratsu CS; Hansen KR; Altschuler A; Kim E; Fireman B; Adams AS; Schmittdiel JA; Heisler M
PubMed abstract

​The Comparative Effectiveness of Diabetes Prevention Strategies to Reduce Postpartum Weight Retention in Women With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus; The Gestational Diabetes' Effects on Moms (GEM) Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.

Author(s): Ferrara A; Hedderson MM; Brown SD; Albright CL; Ehrlich SF; Tsai AL; Caan BJ; Sternfeld B; Gordon NP; Schmittdiel JA; Gunderson EP; Mevi AA; Herman WH; Ching J; Crites Y; Quesenberry CP Jr;
PubMed abstract

Wellness Coaching for People With Prediabetes: A Randomized Encouragement Trial to Evaluate Outreach Methods at Kaiser Permanente, Northern California, 2013

Author(s): Xiao H; Adams SR; Goler N; Sanna RS; Boccio M; Bellamy DJ; Brown SD; Neugebauer RS; Ferrara A; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Telephone-Based Coaching: A Comparison of Tobacco Cessation Programs in an Integrated Health Care System

Author(s): Boccio M; Sanna RS; Adams SR; Goler NC; Brown SD; Neugebauer RS; Ferrara A; Wiley DM; Bellamy DJ; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Employer-Based Screening for Diabetes and Prediabetes in an Integrated Health Care Delivery System: A Natural Experiment for Translation in Diabetes (NEXT-D) Study

Author(s): Adams SR; Wiley DM; Fargeix A; George V; Neugebauer RS; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Medication Adherence Does Not Explain Black-White Differences in Cardiometabolic Risk Factor Control among Insured Patients with Diabetes

Author(s): Lafata JE; Karter AJ; O'Connor PJ; Morris H; Schmittdiel JA; Ratliff S; Newton KM; Raebel MA; Pathak RD; Thomas A; Butler MG; Reynolds K; Waitzfelder B; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Creating patient-centered health care systems to improve outcomes and reduce disparities

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Reach and Validity of an Objective Medication Adherence Measure Among Safety Net Health Plan Members with Diabetes: A Cross-Sectional Study

Author(s): Ratanawongsa N; Karter AJ; Quan J; Parker MM; Handley M; Sarkar U; Schmittdiel JA; Schillinger D
PubMed abstract

An Innovative Approach to Informing Research: Gathering Perspectives on Diabetes Care Challenges From an Online Patient Community

Author(s): Schroeder EB; Desai J; Schmittdiel JA; Paolino AR; Schneider JL; Goodrich GK; Lawrence JM; Newton KM; Nichols GA; O'Connor PJ; Fitz-Randolph M; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Methods for engaging stakeholders in comparative effectiveness research: A patient-centered approach to improving diabetes care

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Desai J; Schroeder EB; Paolino AR; Nichols GA; Lawrence JM; O'Connor PJ; Ohnsorg KA; Newton KM; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Evaluating diabetes health policies using natural experiments: the natural experiments for translation in diabetes study

Author(s): Ackermann RT; Kenrik Duru O; Albu JB; Schmittdiel JA; Soumerai SB; Wharam JF; Ali MK; Mangione CM; Gregg EW; NEXT-D Study Group
PubMed abstract

Impact of a Pharmacy Benefit Change on New Use of Mail Order Pharmacy among Diabetes Patients; The Diabetes Study of Northern California (DISTANCE)

Author(s): Karter AJ; Parker MM; Duru OK; Schillinger D; Adler NE; Moffet HH; Adams AS; Chan J; Herman WH; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Health Care System-level Factors Associated With Performance on Medicare STAR Adherence Metrics in a Large, Integrated Delivery System

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Nichols GA; Dyer W; Steiner JF; Karter AJ; Raebel MA
PubMed abstract

Determinants of Adherence to Diabetes Medications: Findings From a Large Pharmacy Claims Database

Author(s): Kirkman MS; Rowan-Martin MT; Levin R; Fonseca VA; Schmittdiel JA; Herman WH; Aubert RE
PubMed abstract

Changes in physical activity among adults with diabetes: a longitudinal cohort study of inactive patients with Type 2 diabetes who become physically active

Author(s): Palakodeti S; Uratsu CS; Schmittdiel JA; Grant RW
PubMed abstract

Building a Career as a Delivery Science Researcher in a Changing Health Care Landscape

Author(s): Grant RW; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Bringing patients' social context into the examination room: an investigation of the discussion of social influence during contraceptive counseling

Author(s): Levy K; Minnis AM; Lahiff M; Schmittdiel J; Dehlendorf C
PubMed abstract

High-dimensional propensity score algorithm in comparative effectiveness research with time-varying interventions

Author(s): Neugebauer R; Schmittdiel JA; Zhu Z; Rassen JA; Seeger JD; Schneeweiss S
PubMed abstract

Medicare Star excludes diabetes patients with poor CVD risk factor control

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Raebel M; Dyer W; Steiner J; Goodrich G; Karter A; Nichols G
PubMed abstract

Randomized Trial of Telephone Outreach to Improve Medication Adherence and Metabolic Control in Adults With Diabetes

Author(s): O'Connor PJ; Schmittdiel JA; Pathak RD; Harris RI; Newton KM; Ohnsorg KA; Heisler M; Sterrett AT; Xu S; Dyer WT; Raebel MA; Thomas A; Schroeder EB; Desai JR; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Diabetes care and outcomes for American Indians and Alaska natives in commercial integrated delivery systems; a SUrveillance, PREvention, and ManagEment of Diabetes Mellitus (SUPREME-DM) Study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Steiner JF; Adams AS; Dyer W; Beals J; Henderson WG; Desai J; Morales LS; Nichols GA; Lawrence JM; Waitzfelder B; Butler MG; Pathak RD; Hamman RF; Manson SM
PubMed abstract

Implications of different laboratory-based incident diabetic kidney disease definitions on comparative effectiveness studies

Author(s): Schroeder EB; Goodrich GK; Newton KM; Schmittdiel JA; Raebel MA
PubMed abstract

Intensification of antihyperglycemic therapy among patients with incident diabetes: a Surveillance Prevention and Management of Diabetes Mellitus (SUPREME-DM) study

Author(s): Raebel MA; Ellis JL; Schroeder EB; Xu S; O'Connor PJ; Segal JB; Butler MG; Schmittdiel JA; Kirchner HL; Goodrich GK; Lawrence JM; Nichols GA; Newton KM; Pathak RD; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Prescription medication burden in patients with newly diagnosed diabetes: A SUrveillance, PREvention, and ManagEment of Diabetes Mellitus (SUPREME-DM) study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Raebel MA; Dyer W; Xu S; Goodrich GK; Schroeder EB; Segal JB; O' Connor PJ; Nichols GA; Lawrence JM; Kirchner HL; Karter AJ; Lafata JE; Butler MG; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Targeted learning in real-world comparative effectiveness research with time-varying interventions

Author(s): Neugebauer R; Schmittdiel JA; van der Laan MJ
PubMed abstract

Initial Persistence With Antihypertensive Therapies Is Associated With Depression Treatment Persistence, But Not Depression

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Dyer W; Uratsu C; Magid DJ; O'Connor PJ; Beck A; Butler M; Ho MP; Vazquez-Benitez G; Adams AS
PubMed abstract

Characteristics of Diabetic Patients associated with Achieving and Maintaining Blood Pressure Targets in the Adherence and Intensification of Medications Program

Author(s): Klamerus ML; Kerr EA; Bosworth HB; Schmittdiel JA; Heisler M
PubMed abstract

Exercise as a Vital Sign: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of a Health System Intervention to Collect Patient-Reported Exercise Levels

Author(s): Grant RW; Schmittdiel JA; Neugebauer RS; Uratsu CS; Sternfeld B
PubMed abstract

Novel Use and Utility of Integrated Electronic Health Records to Assess Rates of Prediabetes Recognition and Treatment: Brief Report From an Integrated Electronic Health Records Pilot Study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Adams SR; Segal J; Griffin MR; Roumie CL; Ohnsorg K; Grant RW; O'Connor PJ
PubMed abstract

Accuracy of hemoglobin A1c imputation using fasting plasma glucose in diabetes research using electronic health records data

Author(s): Xu S; Schroeder EB; Shetterly S; Goodrich GK; O'Connor PJ; Steiner JF; Schmittdiel JA; Desai J; Pathak RD; Neugebauer R; Butler MG; Kirchner L; Raebel MA
PubMed abstract

Screening for impaired fasting glucose and diabetes using available health plan data

Author(s): McEwen LN; Adams SR; Schmittdiel JA; Ferrara A; Selby JV; Herman WH
PubMed abstract

Safety and effectiveness of mail order pharmacy use in diabetes

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Karter AJ; Dyer WT; Chan J; Duru OK
PubMed abstract

Patient Satisfaction and Perceived Success with a Telephonic Health Coaching Program: The Natural Experiments for Translation in Diabetes (NEXT-D) Study, Northern California, 2011

Author(s): Adams SR; Goler NC; Sanna RS; Boccio M; Bellamy DJ; Brown SD; Neugebauer RS; Ferrara A; Wiley DM; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Initial Antihyperglycemic Drug Therapy Among 241 327 Adults With Newly Identified Diabetes From 2005 Through 2010: A Surveillance, Prevention, and Management of Diabetes Mellitus (SUPREME-DM) Study

Author(s): Raebel MA; Xu S; Goodrich GK; Schroeder EB; Schmittdiel JA; Segal JB; O'Connor PJ; Nichols GA; Lawrence JM; Kirchner HL; Elston Lafata J; Butler M; Newton KM; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Standardizing terminology and definitions of medication adherence and persistence in research employing electronic databases

Author(s): Raebel MA; Schmittdiel J; Karter AJ; Konieczny JL; Steiner JF
PubMed abstract

Benefits of Early Hypertension Control on Cardiovascular Outcomes in Patients With Diabetes

Author(s): O'Connor PJ; Vazquez-Benitez G; Schmittdiel JA; Parker ED; Trower NK; Desai JR; Margolis KL; Magid DJ
PubMed abstract

Health System Factors and Antihypertensive Adherence in a Racially and Ethnically Diverse Cohort of New Users

Author(s): Adams AS; Uratsu C; Dyer W; Magid D; O'Connor P; Beck A; Butler M; Ho PM; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Adults with diabetes who perceive family members' behaviour as unsupportive are less adherent to their medication regimen

Author(s): Grant RW; Schmittdiel JA
PubMed abstract

Health-Plan and Employer-Based Wellness Programs to Reduce Diabetes Risk; The Kaiser Permanente Northern California NEXT-D Study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Brown SD; Neugebauer R; Adams SR; Adams AS; Wiley D; Ferrara A
PubMed abstract

Detection and recognition of hypertension in anxious and depressed patients

Author(s): Byrd JB; Powers JD; Magid DJ; Tavel HM; Schmittdiel JA; O'Connor PJ; Beck AL; Butler MG; Ho PJ
PubMed abstract

The Association Between Medication Adherence and Treatment Intensification With Blood Pressure Control in Resistant Hypertension

Author(s): Daugherty SL; Powers JD; Magid DJ; Masoudi FA; Margolis KL; O'Connor PJ; Schmittdiel JA; Ho PM
PubMed abstract

Improving treatment intensification to reduce cardiovascular disease risk: a cluster randomized trial

Author(s): Selby JV; Schmittdiel JA; Fireman B; Jaffe M; Ransom LJ; Dyer W; Uratsu CS; Reed ME; Kerr EA; Hsu J
PubMed abstract

Improving Blood Pressure Control through a Clinical Pharmacist Outreach Program in Diabetes Patients in Two-High Performing Health Systems: The Adherence and Intensification of Medications (AIM) Cluster Randomized Controlled Pragmatic Trial

Author(s): Heisler M; Hofer TP; Schmittdiel JA; Selby JV; Klamerus ML; Bosworth HB; Bermann M; Kerr EA
PubMed abstract

Cost-effectiveness of a Multicondition Collaborative Care Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Author(s): Katon W; Russo J; Lin EH; Schmittdiel J; Ciechanowski P; Ludman E; Peterson D; Young B; Von Korff M
PubMed abstract

A comparison between antihypertensive medication adherence and treatment intensification as potential clinical performance measures

Author(s): Vigen R; Shetterly S; Magid DJ; O'Connor PJ; Margolis KL; Schmittdiel J; Ho PM
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The Comparative Effectiveness of Mail Order Pharmacy Use vs. Local Pharmacy Use on LDL-C Control in New Statin Users

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Karter AJ; Dyer W; Parker M; Uratsu C; Chan J; Duru OK
PubMed abstract

Age-dependent gender differences in hypertension management

Author(s): Daugherty SL; Masoudi FA; Ellis JL; Ho PM; Schmittdiel JA; Tavel HM; Selby JV; O'Connor PJ; Margolis KL; Magid DJ
PubMed abstract

Missed opportunities in cardiovascular disease prevention?: low rates of hypertension recognition for women at medicine and obstetrics-gynecology clinics

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Selby JV; Swain B; Daugherty SL; Leong TK; Ho M; Margolis KL; O'Connor P; Magid DJ; Bibbins-Domingo K
PubMed abstract

Adherence to cardiovascular disease medications: does patient-provider race/ethnicity and language concordance matter?

Author(s): Traylor AH; Schmittdiel JA; Uratsu CS; Mangione CM; Subramanian U
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Study protocol: the Adherence and Intensification of Medications (AIM) study--a cluster randomized controlled effectiveness study

Author(s): Heisler M; Hofer TP; Klamerus ML; Schmittdiel J; Selby J; Hogan MM; Bosworth HB; Tremblay A; Kerr EA
PubMed abstract

Trends in time to confirmation and recognition of new-onset hypertension, 2002-2006

Author(s): Selby JV; Lee J; Swain BE; Tavel HM; Ho PM; Margolis KL; O'Connor PJ; Fine L; Schmittdiel JA; Magid DJ
PubMed abstract

Primary non-adherence to prescribed medications

Author(s): Karter AJ; Parker MM; Adams AS; Moffet HH; Schmittdiel JA; Ahmed AT; Selby JV
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Patient-provider communication regarding drug costs in Medicare Part D beneficiaries with diabetes: a TRIAD Study

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Steers N; Duru OK; Ettner SL; Brown AF; Fung V; Hsu J; Quiter E; Tseng CW; Mangione CM
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Entering and exiting the Medicare part D coverage gap: role of comorbidities and demographics

Author(s): Ettner SL; Steers N; Duru OK; Turk N; Quiter E; Schmittdiel J; Mangione CM
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Developing a policy-relevant research agenda for the patient-centered medical home: a focus on outcomes

Author(s): Rittenhouse DR; Thom DH; Schmittdiel JA
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The predictors of patient-physician race and ethnic concordance: a medical facility fixed-effects approach

Author(s): Traylor AH; Schmittdiel JA; Uratsu CS; Mangione CM; Subramanian U
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The impact of removing financial incentives from clinical quality indicators: longitudinal analysis of four Kaiser Permanente indicators

Author(s): Lester H; Schmittdiel J; Selby J; Fireman B; Campbell S; Lee J; Whippy A; Madvig P
PubMed abstract

System-based participatory research in health care: an approach for sustainable translational research and quality improvement

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Grumbach K; Selby JV
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Generic-only drug coverage in the Medicare Part D gap and effect on medication cost-cutting behaviors for patients with diabetes mellitus: the translating research into action for diabetes study

Author(s): Duru OK; Mangione CM; Hsu J; Steers WN; Quiter E; Turk N; Ettner SL; Schmittdiel JA; Tseng CW
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Falling into the coverage gap: Part D drug costs and adherence for Medicare Advantage prescription drug plan beneficiaries with diabetes

Author(s): Fung V; Mangione CM; Huang J; Turk N; Quiter ES; Schmittdiel JA; Hsu J
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Physicians' perceptions of barriers to cardiovascular disease risk factor control among patients with diabetes: results from the translating research into action for diabetes (TRIAD) study

Author(s): Crosson JC; Heisler M; Subramanian U; Swain B; Davis GJ; Lasser N; Ross S; Schmittdiel JA; Onyemere K; Tseng CW
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Patient race/ethnicity and patient-physician race/ethnicity concordance in the management of cardiovascular disease risk factors for patients with diabetes

Author(s): Traylor AH; Subramanian U; Uratsu CS; Mangione CM; Selby JV; Schmittdiel JA
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Meaningful variation in performance: a systematic literature review

Author(s): Fung V; Schmittdiel JA; Fireman B; Meer A; Thomas S; Smider N; Hsu J; Selby JV
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Meaningful variation in performance: what does variation in quality tell us about improving quality?

Author(s): Selby JV; Schmittdiel JA; Lee J; Fung V; Thomas S; Smider N; Crosson FJ; Hsu J; Fireman B
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Mail-order pharmacy use and adherence to diabetes-related medications

Author(s): Duru OK; Schmittdiel JA; Dyer WT; Parker MM; Uratsu CS; Chan J; Karter AJ
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The association of patient-physician gender concordance with cardiovascular disease risk factor control and treatment in diabetes

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Traylor A; Uratsu CS; Mangione CM; Ferrara A; Subramanian U
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New prescription medication gaps; a comprehensive measure of adherence to new prescriptions

Author(s): Karter AJ; Parker MM; Moffet HH; Ahmed AT; Schmittdiel JA; Selby JV
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The association of patient age with cardiovascular disease risk factor treatment and control in diabetes

Author(s): Subramanian U; Schmittdiel JA; Gavin N; Traylor A; Uratsu CS; Selby JV; Mangione CM
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The effectiveness of diabetes care management in managed care

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Uratsu CS; Fireman BH; Selby JV
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Treatment intensification and risk factor control: toward more clinically relevant quality measures

Author(s): Selby JV; Uratsu CS; Fireman B; Schmittdiel JA; Peng T; Rodondi N; Karter AJ; Kerr E
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Medicare Part D coverage gap and diabetes beneficiaries

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Ettner SL; Fung V; Huang J; Turk N; Quiter ES; Swain BE; Hsu JT; Mangione CM
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When more is not better: treatment intensification among hypertensive patients with poor medication adherence

Author(s): Heisler M; Hogan MM; Hofer TP; Schmittdiel JA; Pladevall M; Kerr EA
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Why don't diabetes patients achieve recommended risk factor targets? Poor adherence versus lack of treatment intensification

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Uratsu CS; Karter AJ; Heisler M; Subramanian U; Mangione CM; Selby JV
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Patient Assessment of Chronic Illness Care (PACIC) and improved patient-centered outcomes for chronic conditions

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Mosen DM; Glasgow RE; Hibbard J; Remmers C; Bellows J
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The informed decisions toolbox: tools for knowledge transfer and performance improvement

Author(s): Rundall TG; Martelli PF; Arroyo L; McCurdy R; Graetz I; Neuwirth EB; Curtis P; Schmittdiel J; Gibson M; Hsu J
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Understanding panel management: a comparative study of an emerging approach to population care

Author(s): Neuwirth EE; Schmittdiel JA; Tallman K; Bellows J
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Predicted quality-adjusted life years as a composite measure of the clinical value of diabetes risk factor control

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Vijan S; Fireman B; Lafata JE; Oestreicher N; Selby JV
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Is patient activation associated with outcomes of care for adults with chronic conditions?

Author(s): Mosen DM; Schmittdiel J; Hibbard J; Sobel D; Remmers C; Bellows J
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Effect of primary health care orientation on chronic care management

Author(s): Schmittdiel JA; Shortell SM; Rundall TG; Bodenheimer T; Selby JV
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Brief report: The prevalence and use of chronic disease registries in physician organizations. A national survey

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Bodenheimer T; Solomon NA; Gillies RR; Shortell SM
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Patient choice. A randomized controlled trial of provider selection

Author(s): Hsu J; Schmittdiel J; Krupat E; Stein T; Thom D; Fireman B; Selby J
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Choice of a primary care physician and its relationship to adherence among patients with diabetes

Author(s): Krupat E; Stein T; Selby JV; Yeager CM; Schmittdiel J
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Effect of physician and patient gender concordance on patient satisfaction and preventive care practices

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Grumbach K; Selby JV; Quesenberry CP Jr
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Women's provider preferences for basic gynecology care in a large health maintenance organization

Author(s): Schmittdiel J; Selby JV; Grumbach K; Quesenberry CP Jr
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Differences in resource use and costs of primary care in a large HMO according to physician specialty

Author(s): Selby JV; Grumbach K; Quesenberry CP Jr; Schmittdiel JA; Truman AF
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Quality of primary care practice in a large HMO according to physician specialty

Author(s): Grumbach K; Selby JV; Schmittdiel JA; Quesenberry CP Jr
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