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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Miriam Komaromy, MD is the Medical Director of the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center, and a member of the Boston University Faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine. Prior to her role at BMC, Komaromy led the Extension for Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) Institute’s programs for addiction and psychiatry. She also serves on the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s (ASAM’s) National Board of Directors and served as medical director for a state addiction treatment hospital and for Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless. Komaromy recently partnered with the American Society of Addiction Medicine to launch an ECHO hub to educate health care professionals around the country on the treatment of substance use disorders. She also led the federally-funded program that developed and launched five national hubs focused on treatment of opioid use disorder (including one based in BMC's OBAT program), after developing the nation’s first addiction-and psychiatry-focused ECHO program. Komaromy was previously a professor in the department of internal medicine at the University of New Mexico. She received her medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco and completed her residency in internal medicine at UCSF/San Francisco General Hospital. She was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the UCSF/Stanford program. She joined the UCSF faculty of Medicine after her training, and served as the residency director for the UCSF Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency program at San Francisco General Hospital,She is board certified in Addiction Medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Komaromy’s research has focused on health disparities and care for traditionally underserved populations; models of post-graduate medical education; and care for patients with substance use disorders and complex health conditions. In 2018, Komaromy received a Fulbright Scholar award from the US State Department, teaching about substance use disorders and medical education in Vietnam, Thailand, and Indonesia and completing a study of treatment of opioid use disorder in Vietnam. She currently serves as chair of ASAM’s Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine committee and is the vice-chair of the ASAM National Medical Education Committee. In 2019 she received ASAM's Educator of the Year award.
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Academic Article Contingent engagement: What we learn from patients with complex health problems and low socioeconomic status.
Academic Article ECHO Care: Providing Multidisciplinary Specialty Expertise to Support the Care of Complex Patients.
Academic Article Outcomes of treatment for hepatitis C virus infection by primary care providers.
Academic Article Project ECHO Brings Innovation to Community Health Worker Training and Support.
Academic Article Innovative telementoring for addiction management for remote primary care physicians: A feasibility study.
Academic Article A Novel Intervention for High-Need, High-Cost Medicaid Patients: a Study of ECHO Care.
Academic Article Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes): A new model for educating primary care providers about treatment of substance use disorders.
Academic Article Strategies Used by Interprofessional Teams to Counter Healthcare Marginalization and Engage Complex Patients.
Academic Article Demonopolizing medical knowledge.
Academic Article Project ECHO: A Telementoring Network Model for Continuing Professional Development.
Academic Article Enhanced Primary Care Treatment of Behavioral Disorders With ECHO Case-Based Learning.
Academic Article Expanding access to hepatitis C virus treatment--Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) project: disruptive innovation in specialty care.
Academic Article Innovative virtual mentoring using the Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes model for primary care providers for the management of alcohol use disorders.
Academic Article Recruitment, genetic counseling, and BRCA testing for underserved women at a public hospital.
Academic Article Development and pilot evaluation of novel genetic educational materials designed for an underserved patient population.
Academic Article California physicians' willingness to care for the poor.
Academic Article Coping with HIV infection: why people delay care.
Academic Article Primary care and patient perceptions of access to care.
Academic Article Physician practice style and rates of hospitalization for chronic medical conditions.
Academic Article The role of black and Hispanic physicians in providing health care for underserved populations.
Academic Article Preventable hospitalizations and access to health care.
Academic Article Do patients choose physicians of their own race?
Academic Article Patient-physician racial concordance and the perceived quality and use of health care.
Academic Article Unmet mental health needs of women in public-sector gynecologic clinics.
Academic Article Partnering urban academic medical centers and rural primary care clinicians to provide complex chronic disease care.

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