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Kasey R. Boehmer, Ph.D., M.P.H., is assistant professor of Health Services Research in the Knowledge and Evaluation Research (KER) Unit at Mayo Clinic. Her primary research interest is the translation of evidence-based care for patients with chronic conditions into practice in a manner that is consistent with patients' capacity to access that care and enact self-management. She is an expert in qualitative and mixed methods research, both of which she uses to better understand the patient experience of living with chronic illness.
Dr. Boehmer is committed to improving the overall experience for patients living with chronic illnesses. Through her work, she hopes that patient care will pursue patient goals with the least possible health care footprint on their lives. While chronic illness is an increasingly common experience, Dr. Boehmer's desire is that patients will thrive while working through health challenges.
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