Dr. Shah's research is focused on studying and improving the health care delivery system. Dr. Shah has an ongoing research agenda for evaluating alternative models of chronic disease care delivery, medication adherence in chronic disease, policy implications of shared decision making and disparities in care. Other areas of ongoing research include optimizing treatment decisions in diabetes, decision analytic modeling of diagnostic strategies across a spectrum of diseases, evaluating the evidence base for quality measurement. Dr. Shah also has extensive experience working with large databases such as the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS), National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), and various payor and provider-based administrative data. Dr. Shah also has extensive experience with and continues to work on various topics related to pharmaceutical policy.
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- Associate Professor of Health Services Research
- PhD - Population Health Sciences University of Wisconsin, Madison
- MS - Hospital Pharmacy Administration University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison
- BS - Pharmacy University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy, Madison