An internationally-recognized health care finance expert, Dr. Gapenski served on the faculty of the department of health services research, management and policy for nearly 30 years.
A study led by Dr. Arch Mainous finds that less than one-quarter of patients who met the criteria for prediabetes received drug or lifestyle modification treatment from their primary care physician.
Dr. Arch Mainous and colleagues found that people with diabetes and high blood pressure had significantly lower grip strength than their peers.
A study led by Dr. Arch Mainous found that only 40 percent of people who were at high risk of cardiovascular disease said they received a doctor recommendation for aspirin therapy.
Dr. Arch G. Mainous and colleagues found that prediabetes rates among English adults rose from about 12 percent in 2003 to 35 percent in 2011.
Dr. Christopher Harle and colleagues discovered that Web searches on the diagnosis and treatment of physical disease or injuries yielded higher-quality information than searches for preventive health and social health information.
Jason Altmire will present “How the ACA Implementation Impacts Florida’s Healthcare Delivery System” on Wednesday, April 16 at 4 p.m. in the HPNP Complex, room G-101.
Researchers led by Dr. Jeffrey Harman found that health care plans in the Florida Medicaid Reform Pilot counties have done a better job of controlling costs than the state's traditional Medicaid program.
The dual program coursework has 15 shared credits and students can complete both degrees in three years.
In his research, Dr. Arch “Chip” Mainous has focused on a goal of improving health care delivery by determining the appropriate treatment for a particular patient.