Timothy E Burdick, MD, MBA, MSc
Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Associate Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Associate Chief Research Officer for Informatics
Vice Chair for Research, Community & Family Medicine
Director of Research, Heater Road Primary Care
Director of Informatics, NNE COOP PCBRN
Community and Family Medicine
The Dartmouth Institute
MBA - Healthcare Management, Oregon Health & Science University
MD - Dartmouth Medical School
MSc - Forest Biology, Virginia Tech
BA - Earth Science, Geography & Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College
Dartmouth COOP Project
Heart and Vascular Research Center
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Clinical Informatics/Clinical Research Informatics
Rural Primary Care
Transitional Care Management
Wilderness & Disaster Medicine
Clinical Research Informatics, OHSU MSc Biomedical Informatics program
Health Informatics Management, OHSU MBA program
Statistics in Quality Improvement, Dartmouth MPH program
Alopecia Areata and Thyroid Screening in Down Syndrome: Leveraging Epic Cosmos Dataset.
Primary Care Practitioner Perceptions on the Follow-up of Abnormal Cancer Screening Test Results.
Transitional Care Management Quality Improvement Methods That Reduced Readmissions in a Rural, Primary Care System.
Multilevel Follow-up of Cancer Screening (mFOCUS): Protocol for a multilevel intervention to improve the follow-up of abnormal cancer screening test results.
Designing health information technology tools for behavioral health clinicians integrated within a primary care team.
Mapping Multi-Site Clinic Workflows to Design Systems-Enabled Interventions.
Effectiveness and cost of recruiting healthy volunteers for clinical research studies using an electronic patient portal: A randomized study.
Development and use of a clinical decision support tool for behavioral health screening in primary care clinics.
Smoking-Cessation Assistance: Before and After Stage 1 Meaningful Use Implementation.
Low Back Imaging When Not Indicated: A Descriptive Cross-System Analysis.