Steffani Bailey PhD

Steffani Bailey's primary research is in cardiovascular disease prevention, with a focus on the treatment of nicotine dependence. She is particularly interested in developing effective smoking cessation services in primary care settings that provide services to underserved populations. Her previous research includes studying the initiation of smoking in college freshmen, conducting lab-based studies designed to examine craving processes, and directing randomized clinical trials to examine the efficacy of extended treatment for smoking cessation in both adolescents and adults.

Dr. Bailey completed an NHLBI-funded T32 postdoctoral fellowship at the Stanford Prevention Research Center focused on cardiovascular disease prevention, with a concentration in the prevention and treatment of nicotine dependence. She received the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Research Loan Repayment Award and two renewals funded through the National Institute on Drug Abuse. She has published in peer-reviewed journals, and has been a reviewer for federal and regional grant applications and manuscript submissions. Dr. Bailey has been a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine since 2012. She is a PI on a K23 award funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse focused on Meaningful Use of EHRs and the treatment of smoking in Federally-Qualified Health Centers. Dr. Bailey has been a co-investigator on multiple studies at OHSU, many that have subgroups focused on smoking cessation in primary care settings.

Areas of Research Keywords:

Treatment of Nicotine Dependence, Access to Smoking Cessation Services, Health Disparities, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention.

Recent Publications:

Hoopes M, Angier H, Gold R, Bailey SR, Huguet N, Marino M, DeVoe JE. Utilization of Community Health Centers in Medicaid Expansion and Non-Expansion States, 2013-2014. Submitted to: Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. In press.

Marino M, Bailey SR, Gold R, Hoopes MJ, O'Malley JP, Huguet N, Heintzman J, Gallia C, McConnell KJ, DeVoe JE. Oregon's Randomized Insurance Experiment: Receipt of Preventive Services in Community Health Centers. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2015 Oct 13;doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2015.07.032. [Epub ahead of print].

DeVoe JE, Marino M, Gold R, Hoopes MJ, Cowburn S, O'Malley JP, Heintzman J, Gallia C, McConnell KJ, Nelson CA, Huguet N, Bailey SR. Community Health Center Use After Oregon's Randomized Medicaid Experiment. Annals of Family Medicine. 2015;13(4):312-320.

Stevens VJ, Solberg LI, Bailey S, Kurtz SE, McBurnie MA, Priest EL, Puro JE, Williams R, Fortmann SP, Hazlehurst BL. Assessing trends in tobacco cessation in diverse patient populations. Nicotine &Tobacco Research. 2015;doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntv092.

Heintzman J, Marino M, Hoopes M, Bailey SR, Gold R, O'Malley J, Angier H, Nelson C, Cottrell E, Devoe J. Supporting Health Insurance Expansion: Do Electronic Health Records Have Valid Insurance Verification and Enrollment Data? JAMIA. 2015;doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocv033.

Angier H, Hoopes M, Gold R, Bailey S, Cottrell E, Heintzman J, Marino M, DeVoe J. An Early Look at Rates of Uninsured Safety Net Clinic Visits After the Affordable Care Act. Annals of Family Medicine. 2015;13(1):10-16.

DeVoe J, Marino M, Angier H, O'Malley JP, Crawford C, Nelson C, Tillotson CJ, Bailey S, Gallia C, Gold R. Expanding Medicaid for Parents Positively Affects Children's Health Insurance Coverage: Lessons from the Oregon Experiment. JAMA Pediatrics. 2015;169(1):e143145.

Heintzman J, Gold R, Bailey SR, DeVoe JE. The Oregon Experiment Reexamined: The Need to Bolster Primary Care in US Health Reform. British Medical Journal. 2014;349:g5976.

Bailey SR, O'Malley JP, Gold R, Heintzman J, Marino M, DeVoe JE. Receipt of Diabetes Preventive Services Differs by Insurance Status at Visit. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2015;48(2):229-233.

Heintzman J, Marino M, Hoopes M, Bailey S, Gold R, Crawford C, Cowburn S, O'Malley J, Nelson C, Devoe J. Using Electronic Health Record Data to Evaluate Preventive Service Utilization Among Uninsured Safety Net Patients. Preventive Medicine. 2014;67:306-310.

Cowburn S, Carlson M, Lapidus J, Heintzman J, Bailey S, DeVoe J. (2014). Insurance continuity and human papillomavirus vaccine uptake in Oregon and California federally-qualified health centers. American Journal of Public Health. 104(9):e71-79.

Heintzman J, Bailey SR, Hoopes MJ, Le T, Gold R, O'Malley JP, Cowburn S, Marino M, Krist A, DeVoe JE. Agreement of Medicaid claims and electronic health records for assessing preventive care quality among adults. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 2014;21(4):720-724.

Gold R, Bailey SR, O'Malley JP, Hoopes MJ, Cowburn S, Marino M, Heintzman J, Nelson C, Fortmann SP, DeVoe JE. Estimating demand for care after a Medicaid expansion: lessons from Oregon. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. 2014;37(4): 282-292.

Williams RJ, Masica AL, McBurnie MA, Solberg LI, Bailey SR, Hazlehurst B, Kurtz SE, Williams AE, Puro JE, Stevens VJ. Documentation of the 5As for Smoking Cessation by Primary Care Physicians Across Distinct Health Systems. American Journal of Managed Care. 2014;20(3):e35-e42.

Bailey SR, O'Malley JP, Gold R, Heintzman J, Likumahuwa S, DeVoe JE. Diabetes Care Quality is Highly Correlated with Patient Panel Characteristics. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 2013;26(6):669-679.

Stevens V, Bailey S, Hazlehurst B, Kurtz S, Masica A, McBurnie M, Priest E, Puro J, Rigotti N, Solberg L, Williams A. Use of CER Hub to evaluate outcomes of smoking cessation services, a behavioral treatment. Clinical Medicine &Research. 2013;11(3):144.

Bailey SR, Hagen SA, Jeffery CJ, Harrison CT, Ammerman S, Bryson SW, Killen DT, Robinson TN, Killen JD. A randomized clinical trial of the efficacy of extended smoking cessation treatment for adolescent smokers. Nicotine &Tobacco Research. 2013;15(10):1655-62 .

Bailey SR, Crew EE, Riske EC, Ammerman S, Robinson TN, Killen JD. Efficacy and tolerability of pharmacotherapies to aid smoking cessation in adolescents. Pediatric Drugs. 2012;14(2):91-108.

Bailey SR, Jeffery CJ, Hammer SA, Bryson SW, Killen DT, Ammerman S., Robinson TN, Killen JD. Assessing teen smoking patterns: the weekend phenomenon. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 2012;120:242-245. doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2011.07.014 

Bailey SR, Bryson SW, Killen JD. Predicting successful 24-hour quit attempt in an adult smoking cessation intervention.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 2011;3(11):1092-1097. doi:10.1093/ntr/ntr151

Bailey SR, Fong DM, Bryson SW, Fortmann SP, Killen JD (2010). Perceived drug assignment and treatment outcome in smokers given nicotine patch therapy. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 39(2):150-156. doi:10.1016/j.jsat.2010.05.013

Bailey SR, Hammer SA, Bryson SW, Schatzberg AF &Killen, JD. Using treatment process data to predict maintained smoking abstinence. American Journal of Health Behavior. 2010;34(6):801-810.

Bailey SR, Goedeker KC, Tiffany ST. The impact of cigarette deprivation and cigarette availability on cue-reactivity in smokers. Addiction. 2010;105(2):364-372. doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2009.02760.x

Bailey SR, Harrison CT, Jeffery CJ, Ammerman S, Bryson SW, Killen DT, Robinson TN, Schatzberg AF, Killen JD. Withdrawal symptoms over time among adolescents in a smoking cessation intervention: Do symptoms vary by level of nicotine dependence? Addictive Behaviors. 2009;34:1017-1022. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2009.06.014