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As the U.S. population ages, the number of Americans who have chronic health conditions will greatly increase. These demographic and epidemiologic dynamics will strain the capacity and the sustainability of the acute care-oriented U.S. health care system, which now provides chronic care ineffectively and inefficiently. New health service delivery systems will need to be developed, evaluated, and disseminated into widespread practice in order to deliver high-quality, cost-effective care for older Americans.
In recent work that includes partnerships with other health care institutions and agencies, Johns Hopkins researchers have explored the development of geriatrics health service delivery at all levels of the health system, from the patient and providers to the hospital and health system. Using a wide array of qualitative and quantitative research techniques, investigators are finding new and better ways to care for older adults.
Hopkins investigators have been at the forefront of developing, evaluating, and disseminating into practice new models of geriatric health service delivery to care for an aging population. Current research studies are focused on:
Johns Hopkins Quality and Safety Research Group
Johns Hopkins Center for Innovation in Quality Patient Care
National PACE Association Research Committee
University of Maryland Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research
Alicia Arbaje, MD
Michele Bellantoni, MD
Romsai Boonyasai, MD, MPH
Cynthia Boyd, MD, MPH
William Greenough, III, MD
Jennifer Hayashi, MD
Bruce Leff, MD
Matthew McNabney, MD
Esther Oh, MD
Sevil Yasar, MD, PhD
To refer a patient for a geriatric care consultation, please contact us at 410-550-0925.
Watch videos of Dr. Arbaje providing health tips as seen on ABC 2 News.