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Matthew B Mackwood, MD, MPH

Title(s)
Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Assistant Professor of TDI Operations

Additional Titles/Positions/Affiliations
Course Co-Director, "Patients and Populations" (Geisel Yr 2)

Department(s)
Community and Family Medicine
TDI Operations

Education
BA, Neuroscience, Dartmouth College 2008
MPH, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, 2013
MD, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, 2014

Contact Information


Professional Interests

Telehealth & Telemedicine
Clinical Quality Improvement
Shared Decision Making

Grant Information

Geriatric Workforce Improvement Project, COVID supplement - telemedicine kits for older adults
NCI COVID supplement - health services research in cancer care delivery via telemedicine
HRSA funded work leveraging telemedicine and community partnerships to enhance access to obstetric care for women in recovery from substance use

Courses Taught

“On Doctoring” Small Group Facilitator
"Patients & Populations" Yr 2 Co-director

Biography

I spent nearly a decade at Dartmouth prior to returning as faculty in 2018. I did my residency in Family Medicine at Kaiser Permanente where I gained experience working in an integrated care delivery model which included extensive use of telemedicine; I have since continued to work in this space at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, currently within Connected Care as well as a co-investigator on several research grants as COVID-19 has spurred rapid, massive expansion in the use of telemedicine. It is a substantial tool for improving access and equitability of access and I look forward to furthering our understanding of best practices and impacts in this realm.

Mentoring Information

Part of my work includes coaching medical students already, beyond my teaching roles - I am happy to find time to mentor anyone interested in healthcare, especially primary care, particularly those who are under-represented in medicine generally.


Selected Publications

 

Measuring problem prescription opioid use among patients receiving long-term opioid analgesic treatment: development and evaluation of an algorithm for use in EHR and claims data.
Carrell DS, Albertson-Junkans L, Ramaprasan A, Scull G, Mackwood M, Johnson E, Cronkite DJ, Baer A, Hansen K, Green CA, Hazlehurst BL, Janoff SL, Coplan PM, DeVeaugh-Geiss A, Grijalva CG, Liang C, Enger CL, Lange J, Shortreed SM, Von Korff M
J Drug Assess. 2020;9(1):97-105. doi: 10.1080/21556660.2020.1750419. Epub 2020 Apr 28.
PMID: 32489718

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