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Class Visitor: Nancy Morden, MD/MPH - Associate Professor, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice

  • Date: 15 May
  • Location: Shapiro Classroom, Tuck School
  • Time: 3:00 p.m.

Dr. Nancy Morden is a family physician, pharmacoepidemiologist and associate professor in the Department of Community & Family Medicine and in The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice. Dr. Mordent will serve as a visiting executive in Professor Paul Gardent’s and Mike Zubkoff’s Structure, Organization and Economics of the Health Care Industry spring elective course. Dr. Morden will speak on the topic of “Legal & Ethical Issues in Supplier/Provider Relations.”

Dr. Morden received her Medical Degree at Harvard Medical School and completed her residency at the University of Minnesota. At the Dartmouth Institute she has developed and leads a prescription drug research team focused on the in study of population level drug use. Here principal datasets include Medicare Part D prescription drug claims and an all-payer pediatric dataset for New England. Her research focuses specifically on the impact of prescription benefits design on prescription use, on health effects associated with specific medication classes and on claims-based measures of prescribing quality. As a member of the Dartmouth Atlas of Healthcare team, she leads efforts to study variations in end of life health care intensity among patients dying with advanced cancer and is collaborating in the development of an Atlas on prescription drug use intensity.

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