James Wiley, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Department||Institute for Health Policy Studies|
|Address||3333 California Street|
San Francisco CA 94118
Along with colleagues Diane Rittenhouse, Laura Schmidt and Kevin Wu, Dr. Wiley is conducting research on the transformation of primary care to safety-net populations, focusing on the patient-centered medical home model. He is also engaged in studies of patient decision making in cancer (with Dan Dohan and his team) and in stable coronary artery disease (with colleagues Adams Dudley and Grace Lin). He has begun to study the impacts of austerity programs in Southern Europe on the health of populations living there. With colleagues Alexander Sarris (University of Athens) and John Kyriopoulos (Greek National School of Public Health), Dr. Wiley has proposed to link comprehensive surveys of health and medical care with computable general equilibrium models of the Greek economy.
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