Photo Page: Poster Session at 2018 Roybal Behavioral Economics Retreat
Penn and CMU Scientists Share Their Latest Projects and Findings
SKYTOP, Pa. — The primary goal of collaborative networking at the annual University of Pennsylvania/Carnegie Mellon University NIH P30 Roybal Behavioral Economics Retreat is nowhere more evident than at the event’s poster session. There, teams of senior behavioral scientists and their trainees gather for high-energy discussions about the past year’s research and findings. Above, in the poster gallery at Skytop Lodge and Conference Center, Salini Mohanty, DrPH, MPH, and Sarah Huf, MBBS, MRCS, talk about Mohanty’s designs for smoking cessation programs for pregnant Medicaid patients. Mohanty is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Family and Community Health at Penn’s School of Nursing, and an LDI Associate Fellow. Huf is a Clinical Research Fellow at the Imperial College of London and a current Harkness Fellow at the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation.
Wharton School Associate Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Iwan Barankay, PhD (above, left), chats with poster presenter Yan He, MA, a Statistical Analyst in the Penn Medicine Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy. Above, right, is presenter Lauren Iannotte, BA, a CHIBE Clinical Research Coordinator. Her team’s poster project is entitled “EPIC alert outcomes for automated hovering of congestive heart failure (CHF) patients: EMPOWER.”
Chén Kenyon, MD, MSHP (above, left), a Pediatrician at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and a faculty member at PolicyLab and the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness, presents a poster of his work, “Tailored medication adherence reminders and incentives for children frequently hospitalized for asthma: A pilot study.” Above, right, Mary Putt, PhD, ScD, a Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology at the Perelman School of Medicine with her project poster, “The habit formation trial: behavioral economics interventions to promote sustained statin use.”
Browsing the poster venue containing a number of their team research projects are (above, left), Penn Medicine and CHIBE faculty members Mitesh Patel, MD, MBA; Kit Delgado, MD, MS; and Amol Navathe, MD, PhD. All three are also LDI Senior Fellows. Above, right, Kuldeep Yadav, BA, a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Penn Palliative and Advanced Illness Research (PAIR) Center explains his poster’s project, “Preferences for predictive information among patients with life-limiting pulmonary disease.”
Research team members (above, left), Claire Dinh, BA, a Senior Research Coordinator at CHIBE, Deborah Cousins, MPH, PMP, a Project Manager at CHIBE, and Erin Huang, MPH, a CHIBE Statistical Analyst, present the results of a project entitled “National representativeness of hospitals and markets in Medicare’s mandatory bundled payment program.” Above, right, Caroline Joyce, an MPH Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant at Penn School of Nursing, and Salini Mohanty, DrPH, MPH, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Family and Community Health at the School of Nursing, present “Design of smoking cession programs for pregnant Medicaid members: A qualitative study of stress, social support, and incentive preferences.” Mohanty is also an LDI Associate Fellow.
William Ferrell, MPH (above, left), a CHIBE Clinical Research Coordinator, with “Contextual inquiry of medication adherence and emotional adaption in post-MI patients.” Above, right, Rachel Djaraher, BA, a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Penn Medicine Nudge Unit, and Charles Rareshide, MS, a Nudge Unit Data Analyst. Their project: “PREDICT: Developing enhanced prediction models to identify patients at risk for hospital readmission by collecting patient-generated health data.”
Xinshuo Ma, MS, a Statistical Analyst in the Penn Health Economics Data Analyst Pool (HEDAP), and Erkuan Wang, MA, a CHIBE Statistical Analyst (above, left), with “Association of hospital participation in a Medicare bundled payment program with volume and case mix of lower extremity joint replacement episodes.” Above, right, Erich Dress, MPH, MBE, a Project Manager at the Penn Palliative and Advanced Illness Research (PAIR) Center with “PONDER-ICU Trial: Implementation milestones for an EHR-based nudge intervention in the ICU.”
Yan He, MA (above, left), a Statistical Analyst in the Penn Health Economics Data Analyst Pool (HEDAP), with the poster “Secondary Distribution of HIV self-tests: an innovative strategy for promoting partner testing and reducing HIV risk – The Jikinge Study.” Above, right, Vivian Byeon, BA, a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Penn Center for Mental Health Policy & Services Research (CMHPSR), presents, “How do clinicians want to be supported? Participatory and behavioral design methods for EBP implementation strategies.”
Trishya Srinivasan, BA, and and Stephanie Szymanski, BA (above, left), both Clinical Research Specialists in the PAIR Center, presenting, “Clinicians’ views on engaging inpatient palliative care for hospitalized patients with advanced dementia.” Above, right, Karen Hoffer, BS, a CHIBE Project Manager, and Rebekah Choi, MPH, a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Penn Medical Ethics & Health Policy Department. Their presentation: “A randomized controlled trial of incentives vs. environmental strategies for weight loss.”
Shireen Matloubieh, MPH (above, left), a CHIBE Senior Research Coordinator, presents “A qualitative study of the influence of loss aversion and increased social pressure in physician pay-for-performance.” Above, right, Alison Butler, a grad student in the CMU Social & Decision Science Program, with her poster: “Increasing flu vaccine update with opt-out clinic appointments: a multi-site, technology-driven intervention in two U.S. health facilities.”