Philip R. Payne, PhD

Professor, Division of General Medical Sciences, School of Medicine Director, Informatics Institute (I2)
bioinformatics, data science, decision making, decision support, global health, health care delivery, decision analysis, quality, performance & process improvement, dissemination & implementation research, clinical trial, comparative-effectiveness research, technology
China, Brazil, Chile

Dr. Payne’s current public health relevant research, practice, advocacy, and teaching activities are broadly related to the following areas: interventional approaches to the use of electronic health records in order to address modifiable risk factors for disease and enable patient-centered decision making; the study of human factors and workflow issues surrounding the optimal use of healthcare information technology; and the design and evaluation of open-science platforms that enable collaborative and cumulative approached to biomedical data analytics.