Dr. Thompson is a health services researcher with a background in cardiovascular disease epidemiology. His research utilizes quantitative methods to evaluate the intended and unintended effects of health policy, health system redesign, and changes in clinical practice on healthcare quality, costs, and outcomes. He is also interested in research related to quality measurement and performance profiling, the adoption of electronic health records, and healthcare disparities. Dr. Thompson applies this research to patients with cardiovascular disease, and those undergoing cardiac surgery. He is also co-director of the Michigan Value Collaborative (MVC) and serves on IHPI's Early Career Faculty Advisory Council (FAC).
- Ph.D., Epidemiology, Michigan State University
- M.P.H., Epidemiology, University of Michigan
- B.S., History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science, Michigan State University
- B.S., Human Biology, Michigan State University