Low-value care, medical overuse, cancer prevention, medical decision-making
Dr. Saini is a gastroenterologist and health services researcher with a long-standing interest in appropriate use of resource-limited medical procedures, such as colonoscopy and upper endoscopy, development of “next generation” performance measures, and development and evaluation of complex interventions to reduce the use of low-value care. He uses a variety of methodological approaches in his work, including simulation modeling, mixed-methods, and implementation science. He serves as Director of the Gastroenterology Early Career Faculty Mentoring Program and Co-Director of the NIH T32 GI Epidemiology Training Program at the University of Michigan. Dr. Saini is also the Director of the VA Ann Arbor HSR&D Center for Clinical Management Research (CCMR), a VA HSR&D Center of Innovation.