Dr. Vijan’s research interests primarily center around identifying and implementing value-based interventions as a basis for health system reform. His primary goal is to develop models to examine the costs, risks, and comparative effectiveness of applying approaches to personalized medicine for a variety of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease prevention, diabetes management, colorectal cancer screening, and mental health disorders. He is also interested in applying these comparative effectiveness models to improve shared decision-making processes, to develop more nuanced measures of quality of care, and to examine how they may improve the efficiency and value of healthcare delivery. His research interests also include diabetes outcomes, risk stratification, and cost-effectiveness.
- M.D., University of Michigan
- M.S., Clinical Research Design and Statistical Analysis, University of Michigan
- B.S., University of Michigan