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David
P.
Bodycombe
,
ScD

Associate

Departmental Affiliations

Contact Info

624 N. Broadway, Hampton House 602
Baltimore
Maryland
21205
US        
410-955-0470

Research Interests

  • clinical performance measurement
  • clinical performance improvement
  • efficiency assessment
  • health risk adjustment
  • HRA
Experiences & Accomplishments
Education
ScD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health
1993
MSc
Georgetown University
1977
Overview

Continuing interests in performance measurement and clinicial efficiency assessment. Special interest in the application of health risk adjustment methods to ensure comparability.

Honors & Awards

Delta Omega Scholar, Alpha Chapter

Select Publications
  • Bodycombe, David P.; Limacher, Marian C.; et al. The ACC Professional Life Survey: Career Decisions of Women and Men in Cardiology: A Report of the Committee on Women in Cardiology. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1998; 32(3): 827.

  • Bodycombe, David P.; Weintraub, William S.; et al. The American College of Cardiology National Database: Progress and Challenges. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1997; 29(2): 459.

  • Bodycombe, David P.; DeMaria, Anthony N.; et al. Effect of Managed Care on Cardiovascular Specialists Involvement, Attitudes and Practice Adaptations. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 1996; 28(7): 1884.

  • Bodycombe, David. Association between the Personal Health Risks, Health Risk Behaviors, and Risk Awareness of Registered Nurses and the Performance of their Patient Counseling Practices. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1992 (doctoral dissertation).

  • Bodycombe, David; et al., Diagnosis and Management of Hypertension-1987. A Nationwide Survey of Physicians’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Reported Behavior. Bethesda, MD: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 1989. Document 2968.

Projects
The Johns Hopkins ACG® System