Recent Publications and Presentations

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Publications

AllianceChicago publications span a variety of research topics and peer-reviewed journals:

  • Baker DW, Liss DT, Alperovitz-Bichell K, Brown T, Carroll JE, et al (2015) Colorectal cancer screening rates in community health centers that use electronic health records: A cross sectional study. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 26(2): 377-390. Read here

  • Bello J, Mohanty N, Bauer V, Rittner S, Rao G (2017) Pediatric Hypertension: Provider Perspectives. SAGE Journals. Read here

  • Benkert R, Dennehy P, White J, Hamilton A, Tanner C, Pohl JM (2014) Diabetes and hypertension quality measurement in four safety-net sites: Lessons learned after implementation of the same commercial electronic health record. Appl Clin Inf 5(3): 757–772. Read here

  • Brown T, Lee J Y, Long T, Shah S, Sanchez T, & Persell SD (2016). Community Health Center Patients’ Response to and Beliefs about Outreach Promoting Clinical Preventive Services. Preventive Medicine Reports. Read here

  • Hasnain-Wynia R, Van Dyke K, Youdelman M, Krautkramer C, Ivey SL, et al (2010) Barriers to collecting patient race, ethnicity, and primary language data in physician practices: An exploratory study. Journal of the National Medical Association 102(9): 769 – 775. Read here

  • Laws R, Gillespie S, Puro J, Van Rompaey S, Quach T, et al (2014) The community health applied research network (CHARN) data warehouse: A resource for patient-centered outcomes research and quality improvement in underserved, safety net populations. eGEMS 2(3): 1097. Read here

  • Li V, McBurnie M, Simon M, Crawford P, Leo M, et al (2016) Impact of social determinants of health on patients with complex diabetes who are served by national safety-net health centers. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 29(3): 356-370. Read here

  • Lindau S, Makelarski J, Abramsohn E, Beiser D, et al. Linking Social Services & Health: CommunityRX – A Population Health Improvement Innovation that Connects Clinics to Communities. Health Affairs. November 2016. 35:112020-2029; Read here

  • Liss DT, Brown T, Lee J, Altergott M, Buchanan DR, Newland A, Park JN, Rittner SS, Baker DW (2016) Diagnostic colonoscopy following a positive fecal occult blood test in community health center patients. Cancer Causes Control. Read here

  • Mayer KH, Crawford P, Dant L, Gillespie S, Singal R, et al (2016) HIV and hepatitis C virus screening practices in a geographically diverse sample of American community health centers. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 30(6): 237 -246. Read here

  • Mayer KH, Loo S, Crawford PM, Crane HM, et al (2018) Excess Clinical Comorbidity Among HIV-Infected Patients Accessing Primary Care in US Community Health Centers. Public Health Reports. Vol 133(1): 109-118. Read here

  • O’Brien MJ, Lee JY, Carnethon MR, Ackermann RT, Vargas MC, Hamilton A, et al. (2016) Detecting Dysglycemia Using the 2015 United States Preventive Services Task Force Screening Criteria: A Cohort Analysis of Community Health Center Patients. PLoS Med 13(7): e1002074. Read here

  • Song H, Li V, Gillespie S, Laws R, Massimino S, Nelson C, et al. (2015). Results of the Community Health Applied Research Network (CHARN) National Research Capacity Survey of Community Health Centers. Progress in community health partnerships: research, education, and action, 9(2), 229-242. Read here

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Presentations

AllianceChicago disseminates research findings through many local, state and national platforms, including the conferences and meetings of these organizations:

  • AcademyHealth
  • American Medical Association (AMA)
  • American Public Health Association (APHA)
  • Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU)
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)
  • Illinois Primary Health Care Association (IPHCA)
  • National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC)
  • National Health Information Technology for the Underserved