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The research of Viengneesee (Vee) Thao, Ph.D., M.S., focuses on medical decision-making, which includes the use of simulation modeling to evaluate clinical and public health strategies. This research often includes conducting cost-effectiveness analyses and the evaluation of therapeutic treatments for diseases ranging from diabetes to opioid use disorder. Dr. Thao also conducts clinical outcomes research and analyzes large administrative claims data sets, such as the National (Nationwide) Inpatient Sample, OptumLabs Data Warehouse and Medicare Fee-for-Service.
Dr. Thao's research helps patients identify good-value health care interventions. Her research, which identifies not only effective but also affordable health care. Dr. Thao's research also assesses the effectiveness of newly available interventions, resulting in attention to otherwise unknown therapies.
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