The Jefferson College of Population Health offers the nation’s first graduate programs in population health designed specifically for experienced health professionals.

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Submissions from 2020

Right-Sizing Primary Care Panels: A Workload Adjustment Approach, Bracken Babula, MD and M. Kaminski, MD, MBA

Telehealth-Barriers to Overcome Before Going Live: How a Pandemic May Help., Colleen I. Baum, MD, MMM, FAAPL and Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA

The Impact Of An Addiction Medicine Consult Service On “Against Medical Advice” Discharges, Krisanna Deppen and Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA

Embedded vs Remove Care Management Delivery Models and Their Impact on Achieving the Quadruple Aim, Debra McGill, BS-RN and Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA

Creating Community Gadflies in Population Health Promotion: Illuminating the Value of Learning About the Medical Services Payment System, Sharon Moon, JD and Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA

Exploring the Social Determinants of Health and Hypertentsion Control in Three Diverse Montana Practices., Laura Shelton, MD, CPE and Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA

Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care Pediatrics: A Pilot Utilizing a Collaborative Care Model, Lynette M. Wachholz, MN, ARNP, CPHQ and Mitch Kaminski, MD, MBA

Submissions from 2019

The Real World Realities of the EMR and Social Determinants of Health, Adam S. Mariano, Esq. and Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA

Digital Clinical Trials: A Multi-Stakeholder Analysis of the Challenges and Opportunities, Janice Nissen and Mitchell Kaminski, MD, MBA

Submissions from 2016

The Population Health Template: A Roadmap for Successful Health Improvement Initiatives, Michael Kobernick, MD, MS-HSA