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The research of Mark R. Waddle, M.D., focuses on health services and clinical informatics. Dr. Waddle aims to use advances in data science and technology to identify opportunities to improve treatment techniques, reduce complications from treatment and improve the patient experience. An additional area of investigation is the value and economics of oncology care. This research aims to define and improve the value of care delivery in the United States on an individual, local and national level and to advocate for a patient-centered approach to policy changes.
Clinical data are often difficult to use, fragmented and disconnected from other important information. Dr. Waddle's research aims to bring together patient-level data in a cohesive manner so that meaningful insights can be identified to improve patient care. The underlying goal of this research is to use patient data to drive immediate and meaningful improvement in the quality and timeliness of care delivery by harnessing novel and existing predictive tools and developing new workflows that incorporate these predictive tools into routine patient care.
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