Dr. Dombkowski’s research is focused on fostering appropriate preventive services for children with chronic conditions, as well as mechanisms to improve the timeliness of childhood vaccinations. Much of Dr. Dombkowski’s research evaluates improvements to pediatric health services that are enabled through information technology enhancements and has conducted registry-based interventions to improve the timeliness of vaccinations through automated reminder and recall systems. He has conducted numerous population-based studies evaluating the use of administrative claims data to identify children with chronic conditions for targeted interventions and quality of care evaluations. Dr. Dombkowski has extensive experience with healthcare information systems, especially bi-directional information exchanges between electronic health record (EHR) systems and immunization registries, public health data management systems, and administrative claims data.
- Dr.P.H., Public Health Policy, University of Michigan
- M.S., Biometrics, University of Michigan
- B.S., Natural Resources, University of Michigan