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Celia C. Kamath, Ph.D., is an investigator with Mayo Clinic's Office of Health Disparities Research. Her research focuses on improving health care for underserved communities. To accomplish this, Dr. Kamath uses a mixed methods approach. Her emphasis on implementation incorporates science-based intervention design and analysis.
Dr. Kamath's research works to address the gaps in optimal care access for diverse and underserved populations. By utilizing implementation science theory and mixed methods, she can tackle area-based disparities, SES, affordability and digital access deficiencies. These approaches provide insights into future intervention development. She has worked with several multidisciplinary teams across many clinical areas to provide insights into care delivery processes and models for high-quality and equitable patient care.
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