Miguel Marino, PhD
|Miguel Marino, PhD|
Areas of Research
Statistical analysis of high-dimensional correlated data; longitudinal, multilevel and clustered data; validation of new instruments; risk prediction models; multivariate data; analysis of large medical data including electronic health records.
Marino M, Li Y, Pencina M, D’Agostino R, Berkman L, Buxton O. (2014). Quantifying Cardiometabolic Risk Burden Using Modifiable Non-self-reported Risk Factors. In press: American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Angier H, Gold R, Gallia C, Casciato A, Tillotson C, Marino M, Mangione-Smith R, DeVoe J. (2014) Variation in outcomes of quality measurement by data source. In press: Pediatrics.
Angier H, Crawford C, O'Malley J, Tillotson C, Gallia C, Marino M, Gold R, DeVoe J. (2014). Linkage Methods for Connecting Children with Parents in Big Datasets: Electronic Health Record and State Health Insurance Data. In press: Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Heintzman J, Bailey SR, Hoopes MJ, Le T, Gold R, OMalley JP, Cowburn S, Marino M, Krist A, DeVoe JE. (2014). Agreement of Medicaid Claims and Electronic Health Records for Assessing Preventive Care Quality Among Adults. In press: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
Gold R, Bailey SR, O'Malley JP, Hoopes MJ, Cowburn S, Marino M, Heintzman J, Nelson C, Fortmann SP, DeVoe J. Estimating Demand for Care After A Medicaid Expansion: Lessons from Oregon. (2014) In press: Journal of Ambulatory Care Management.
White B, Carney P, Flynn J, Marino M, Fields S. (2014). Reducing hospital readmissions through primary care practice transformation. The Journal of family practice, 63(2), 67-73.
Marino M, Li Y, Rueschman M, Winkelman J, Ellenbogen J, Solet J, Dulin H, Berkman L, Buxton O. (2013) Measuring sleep: accuracy, sensitivity, and speci_city of wrist actigraphy compared to polysomnography. SLEEP, 36(11):1747-1755.
Hatch B, Angier H, Marino M, Heintzman J, Nelson C, Gold R, Vakarcs T, DeVoe. (2013) Using Electronic Health Records to Conduct Childrens Health Insurance Surveillance. Pediatrics, 132(6):e1584-e1591.