Kevin Kerber, M.D.

Associate Professor
Medical SchoolNeurology


Dr. Kerber's research and clinical interests center on the presentation of patients with symptoms of possible neurological disorders. His focus is the clinical epidemiology of associated processes of care, resource utilization, and outcomes, and also the development and implementation of diagnostic and outcome decision support tools (e.g., risk stratification, point-of-care management resources) for patients and providers, with the long term goal of optimizing meaningful outcomes and contributing to a sustainable healthcare system. He also performs research more broadly on payment policy and its impact on the physician workforce and resource utilization. He participates in national payment policy via the American Medical Association’s Relative Value Unit Update Committee meetings.

  • Fellow (Non-degree), Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation
  • M.D., University of South Carolina
  • M.S., Health and Healthcare Research, University of Michigan
  • B.S., Natural Sciences, Xavier University

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