Paul Johnson, PhD
- Non-Exclusive License of Disease Treatment Simulation Technology to Philips Research, a division of Philips International, 2008
- "Disease Treatment Simulation," U.S. Patent Application Serial Number: 11/379, 351. Publication date: June 28th, 2007
- Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Decision Sciences
Professor of Information and Decision Sciences,
Curtis L. Carlson Chair in Decision Sciences, Carlson School of Management
Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Computer Science, and Health Informatics
Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health Informatics
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1964
My current work in medicine has three components: 1) I conduct empirical studies to understand the thinking that underlies success and failure in the delivery of clinical care to patients with a chronic illness such as type 2 diabetes, 2) I use computational modeling and simulation to investigate the comparative effectiveness of alternative policies for managing risk and cost in the treatment of patients with multiple chronic diseases, and 3) I develop technologies and conduct studies of strategies for use in the personalization of care.
- O'Connor, P.J., Sperl-Hillen, J., Johnson, P., Rush, W., Asche, S., Dutta, P., Biltz, G.(2009) "Simulated Physician Learning Intervention to Improve Safety and Quality of Diabetes Care: A Randomized Trial." Diabetes Care; 32: 585-590.
- O'Connor PJ, Sperl-Hillen JM, Johnson PE, Rush WA, Crain AL. (2009) "Customized Feedback to Patients and Providers Failed to Improve Safety or Quality of Diabetes Care: A Randomized Trial." Diabetes Care; 32 (7):1158-1163
- Johnson, P.E. (2009) "What Knowledge is of Most Worth?" In E. Borgida, J. Sullivan, and E. Riedel (Eds.) The Political Psychology of Democratic Citizenship. Oxford University Press.
- McCabe, R.M., Admovaicius, G., Johnson, P.E., Ramsey, G., Rund, E., Rush, W.A., O'Connor, P.J., Sperl-Hillen, J. (2008) "Using Data Mining to Predict Errors in Chronic Disease Care." Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches .August (3) 349-367. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
- O'Connor, P.J., Rush, W.A., Davidson, G., Louis, T.A., Solberg, L.I., Crain, A.L., Johnson, P.E., Whitebird, R.R. (2008) "Variation in Quality of Diabetes Care at the Levels of Patient, Physician, and Clinic." Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy, January(5)1.pp.1-9.
- Van de Ven, A. H. & Johnson, P.E. (2006). "Knowledge for Theory and Practice." Academy of Management Review, October , (31)4. Pp. 802-821.
- Town RJ, Kane R, Johnson P.E & Butler, M. (2005). "Economic Incentives and Physicians' Delivery of Preventive Care: A Systemic Review." The American Journal of Preventive Medicine; February (28)2: 234-240.
- Veazie P, Johnson PE, O'Connor PJ, Rush WA, Sperl-Hillen JM and Anderson LH. (2005). "Making Improvements in the Management of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: A Possible Role for the Control of Variation in Glycated Hemoglobin." Medical Hypotheses, 64, 792-801.
- O'Connor, P.J., Sperl-Hillen, J., Johnson, P.E., Rush, W & Biltz, G. (2005). "Clinical Inertia and Outpatient Medical Errors." Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Volume 2, AHRQ Publication Nos. 050021 (2). Pg. 293-308. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
- O'Connor PJ, Sperl-Hillen JM, Johnson PE, Rush WA. (2005). "Identification, Classification and Frequency of Medical Errors in Outpatient Diabetes Care." Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Volume 1, AHRQ Publication Nos. 050021 (1). Pg. 369-380 February. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
- Johnson, P.E., Veazie, P.J., O'Connor, P.J., Potthoff, S.J., Kochevar, L., Verma, D., & Dutta, P. (2002). "Understanding Variation in Chronic Disease Outcomes." Health Care Management Science, 5(2), 175-189.