CoHSTAR 2017 Poster Presenters

The CoHSTAR Executive Committee congratulates those who were chosen to present at the poster session that will be held during the Summer Institute on Health Services Research reception on June 21st from 4:30-6:00PM at Boston University:

  1. Adam Goode

“ The Influence of a Co-Located Physical Therapist in the Primary Care Medical Home on Opioid Prescriptions and Emergency Department Visits”

  1. Addie Middleton

“Functional Status is Associated with 30-day Potentially Preventable Readmissions following Inpatient Rehabilitation among Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries”

  1. Amit Kumar

“Tip of the Iceberg-Variation in Hospital-Based Physical Therapy Service in Patients with Joint Replacement. ”

  1.   Andrea Bonanno

Descriptive Study of Patients Undergoing Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

  1. Brooke Klatt

“The Assessment of Anxiety, Depression, and Visual Dependency in Neurologic Physical Therapy: A know/Do Gap Assessment”

  1. Caleigh O’Brien

“Validation of the Lower Extremity Functional Scale in Patients with Non-Surgical Knee Pain”

  1. Catherine J. VanDerwerker

“Durable medical equipment claims as a proxy for functional mobility in “Big Data” studies: An example from spinal cord injury.”

  1. Catherine Schmidt

“Describing Physical Therapy Utilization vs. Surgery among Patients with Lumbar Spinal Stenosis”

  1. Christopher Barnes

“Lack of Improvement in Mobility During Hospitalization for Cancer Treatment is Associated with Increased Risk of Unplanned Hospital Readmission”

  1. Daniel Pinto

“What Physical Activity Program Features Are Important To Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis? A Discrete Choice Experiment ”

  1. Daniel Young

“Does Patient Mobility Predict Value-Based Outcomes in the Hospital Setting? ”

  1. Emily Curry

“Medicaid Insurance Limits Patient Access to Physical Therapy Services after ACL Reconstruction”

  1. Erin Hartigan

“An Approach to Improve Utility of an Electronic Health Record”

  1. Jason Falvey

“Recovery of Physical Function and Hospital Readmissions in Medicare Fee For Service Beneficiaries After Total Knee Arthroplasty: The Continued Importance of Rehabilitation”

  1. Jason Sharpe

“Which patients are more likely to return to outpatient Physical Therapy? An examination of the risk factors related to a return for a similar diagnosis”

  1. Jill Haladay

“Exploring the Effect of Insurance Type as a Risk Factor for Mobility Limitation in the Community-Dwelling Older Adult”

  1. Joshua Johnson

“The Association of the Bundled Payment Care Improvement Model with Post-Operative Patient Outcomes Following Total Joint Arthroplasty”

  1. Maggie Horn

“Influence of Initial Provider on Healthcare Utilization in Patients Seeking Care for Neck Pain”

  1. Meghan Warren

“Significant geographic variability exists in post-acute rehabilitation setting after total knee arthoroplasty”

  1. Miriam Rafferty

“Identification and comparison of physical therapy delivery patterns across the stages of Parkinson’s disease: a retrospective analysis”

  1. Nancy Gell

“Rehabilitation Use according to Fall Risk among Older Adults: Findings from the 2015 National Health and Aging Trends Study”

  1. Pallavi Sood

“Timing of 90-Day Hospital Readmissions after Joint Replacement among Elderly and Non-Elderly Population”

23. Rupali Soeters

“Efficacy of Physical Therapy Pre-operative Education with Supplemental Web-Based Application on Patient Satisfaction and Functional Outcomes Post Total Joint Replacement: A Randomized Controlled Trial”

24. Samannaaz Khoja

“Temporal Trends in Ambulatory Care Physicians Referral to Physical Therapists (PTs) for Musculoskeletal Conditions: Analyses of the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS)”

25. Sara Knox

“Pneumonia Readmissions of Older Adults with Dementia”

26. Tamra Keeney

“Racial Differences in Use of Rehabilitation Services among Adults 65 and Older”

27. Trevor Lentz

“Identification of Comorbidity Subgroups Among Older Adults Seeking Healthcare for Musculoskeletal Pain”