Taylor Schwartz, MPH
Taylor Schwartz’s expertise is in epidemiological methods, survey research methods, estimating the value of innovative health technologies, and examining the impact of polcy changes on innovation and population health. Prior to PHE, he worked at Tufts University School of Medicine performing research on chronic and infectious disease, substance misuse, adolescent risk behaviors, and mental health. He currently holds an adjunct appointment at San Francisco State University’s Health Education Department, where he teaches epidemiology and research methods. He held previous appointments at San Jose State University and the University of New England.
MPH, Tufts University
BA, Community Health and American Studies, Tufts University
ASSOCIATED CASE STUDIES
- Schlissel AC, et al. The association between body image and behavioral misperception (BIBM) and alcohol use among high school girls: results from the 2013 Youth Risk Behavioral Survey. J Stud Alcohol Drugs. 2017.
- Shafrin J, et al. Estimating the value of new technologies that provide more accurate drug adherence information to providers to their patients with schizophrenia. J Manag Care Spec Pharm. 2016.
- Shafrin J, et al. Patient versus physician valuation of durable survival gains: implications for value framework assessments. Value Health. 2017.
- Sussell J, et al. Value-based payments and incentives to improve care: a case study of patients with type 2 diabetes in Medicare Advantage. Value Health. 2017.
- Philipson TJ, et al. The social value of childhood vaccination in the United States. Am J Manag Care. 2017.