Selected Works of Vittorio Maio, PharmD, MS, MSPH
Vittorio Maio, PharmD, MS, MSPH, is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Policy of Jefferson Medical College, where he is responsible for managing and developing health policy research studies. In addition, he is the Director of Outcomes Research Fellowship Programs. Prior to joining the DHP team, Dr. Maio worked several years in Italy within the pharmaceutical field. Dr. Maio's research interests are in the areas of outcomes analysis and medication usage and policy. Current research involves the evaluation of inappropriate medication prescribing for the elderly; the effects of patient prescription cost-sharing on drug consumption and utilization of medical care; and the development of quality measurements in inpatient and outpatient care settings. He is Associated Editor of the American Journal of Medical Quality. Dr. Maio received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Perugia (Italy), took the Italian Pharmacist Board Certification, and received both his Master's Science in Pharmacology and his Master’s in Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University.
- Neil I. Goldfarb, Vittorio Maio, Chureen T. Carter, Laura Pizzi, and David B. Nash (2007) How does quality enter into health care purchasing decisions?
- Christine W. Hartmann MSS, PhD; Vittorio Maio PharmD, MS; Neil I. Goldfarb; Nicole M. Cobb MAOM; and David B. Nash (2005) Asthma management programs in managed care organizations
- Neil Goldfarb, Christine Weston, Christine W. Hartmann, Mirko Sikirica, Albert Crawford, Hope He, Jamie Howell, Vittorio Maio, Janice Clarke, Bhaskar Nuthulaganti, and Nicole Cobb (2004) Impact of appropriate pharmaceutical therapy for chronic conditions on direct medical costs and workplace productivity: A review of the literature