Dr. Caverly’s health services research interests include understanding how interpretation of risk data (by clinicians, patients, clinical practice guideline developers, and health policymakers) can affect clinical decisions and communication about medical interventions, and designing health system interventions that translate this data in a way that promotes high value and collaborative decision-making between patients and providers. He has focused on preventive interventions, and specifically lung cancer screening.
- M.D., Ohio State University
- M.P.H., University of Colorado
- B.A., Physics, Duke University
- B.S., Biology, Duke University