Department of Public Health Sciences
The Pennsylvania State University, Quantitative Health services Researcher, USA
Dr. Chang obtained his doctorate in Social and Administrative Science, with a focus in Health Outcomes, Health Policy Evaluation, Healthcare Management and Quantitative Health Services Research from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 2012. In addition, he completed two other master’s degrees focusing on Statistics from Columbia University in New York and Health Policy & Management from Texas A&M Health Science Center. He is a quantitative health services researcher, and his research generally focuses on examining inssues related to effectiveness of medical care delivery and health outcomes in chronic disease and cancer. His research work in this context has examined diverse topic related to economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals, risk adjustment of health outcomes, quality of primary care, medication and patient safety, applied statistical methodology in health services evaluation, and patient-centered outcomes evaluation (specially focused on patient trust, satisfaction, and medication adherence behavior).
Economic evaluation of pharmaceuticals
Risk adjustment of health outcomes, quality of primary care
Medication and patient safety
Applied statistical methodology in health services evaluation
Patient-centered outcomes evaluation