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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Brian Jack, MD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center. Dr. Jack graduated from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed his residency training at the Brown University. He completed a fellowship at the University of Washington. Dr. Jack came to BU and Boston Medical Center in 1997 as the founding Vice Chair of the Department of Family Medicine. He has authored over 140 peer-reviewed articles or book chapters, reviewed papers for major medical journals, served on NICHHD, HRSA and AHRQ grant review panels. He is PI on grants from HRSA, NHLBI, PCORI, AHRQ, NIMHD, Global Fund, PEPFAR, EU and the Kellogg, Izumi, OSISA, and BC/BS Foundations, and others. His research team has developed the "ReEngineered Discharge" (RED), adapted by the National Quality Forum as a national "Safe Practice". RED is being used in all states and in over 10 countries. He completed projects with AHRQ funding including “Reengineering the Hospital Discharge for Patient Safety” which provided an in-depth analysis of the hospital discharge process. RED was then tested in Testing the Re-Engineered Hospital Discharge a RCT funded by AHRQ in the “Partners in Patient Safety” grants. Dissemination and implementation of RED was explored in an Action RFTO entitled Avoiding Readmissions in Hospitals Serving Diverse patients. Building on a RO1 from NHLBI with colleague Tim Bickmore of Northeastern University, he developed a health IT system to deliver RED at the bedside (the “Louise” system). Dr. Jack completed an AHRQ funded project entitled “Virtual Patient Advocates to Reduce Ambulatory Drug Events” that adapted Louise to be used by patients online when they went home from the hospital. He completed a project to design a tool kit describing the RED process and studied the barriers to RED implementation. New projects include a RCT of a mental health intervention to reduce rehospitalizations for those with depressive symptoms and an exploration of the causes of readmission from the patient perspective that focuses on mental health and the social determinants of care (Projecct ACHIEVE). Dr. Jack received the 2008 CDC "Partner in Public Health Improvement” award for his work as leader of the CDC’s Select Panel on the Content of Preconception Care. He has completed work to design a preconception HIT system (Gabby) to assist in the provision of this care (AHRQ, HRSA MCHB, Kellogg) and is beginning a RCT to study its impact (NIMHD). He received the 2013 Peter F. Drucker Award for Non-Profit Innovation, the “Patient Care Award for Excellence in Patent Education Innovation” award, the AHRQ “Patient Safety Investigator” award, and the “Best Research Paper of the Year” award of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. He was selected to HealthLeaders magazines annual "People Who Make Healthcare Better" list and one of Boston’s “Best Doctors” in each of 2010-2017. His Annals of Internal Medicine article describing RED is listed in the book "50 Studies Every Physician Should Know" and was the recipient of the Journal for Healthcare Quality Impact Article of the Year for the article, “How Hospitals Reengineer Their Discharge Processes to Reduce Readmissions.” In 2013 he was elected to the National Academy of Medicine. Dr. Jack has also been active in the worldwide development of family medicine. He is Director of the Lesotho Boston Health Alliance, a Kellogg Foundation funded program that aims to improve the quality of district health services in Lesotho. He is a founding member of the AAFP's Center for International Initiatives. He spent a sabbatical year in Budapest, Hungary in 1995 where he received a special citation from the mayor of Budapest. He taught in Jordan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and has worked on development of family medicine in Lesotho, Albania, Jordan, Romania, and Vietnam.
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Concept Transitional Care
Concept Continuity of Patient Care
Concept Delivery of Health Care
Concept Infant Care
Concept Nursing Care
Concept Outcome and Process Assessment (Health Care)
Concept Patient Acceptance of Health Care
Concept Patient Care Team
Concept Prenatal Care
Concept Primary Health Care
Concept Quality Assurance, Health Care
Concept Quality of Health Care
Concept Preconception Care
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Concept Health Care Reform
Concept Perinatal Care
Concept Patient-Centered Care
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Academic Article The effect of gaps in health insurance on continuity of a regular source of care among preschool-aged children in the United States.
Academic Article Preconception care (or how all family physicians can 'do' OB)
Academic Article Comparing mothers' reports on the content of prenatal care received with recommended national guidelines for care.
Academic Article Family medicine obstetrics.
Academic Article Prenatal visits--it's not the number, it's the content.
Academic Article Psychosocial issues in pregnancy.
Academic Article Perinatal care and learning disorders: a community view.
Academic Article Preconception care.
Academic Article The association between adequacy of prenatal care utilization and subsequent pediatric care utilization in the United States.
Academic Article Addressing preconception risks identified at the time of a negative pregnancy test. A randomized trial.
Academic Article The influence of site of care on the content of prenatal care for low-income women.
Academic Article Family physicians make a substantial contribution to maternity care: the case of the state of Maine.
Academic Article Family physicians are an important source of newborn care: the case of the state of Maine.
Academic Article National recommendations for preconception care: the essential role of the family physician.
Academic Article Understanding rehospitalization risk: can hospital discharge be modified to reduce recurrent hospitalization?
Academic Article Depression is a risk factor for rehospitalization in medical inpatients.
Academic Article Social responsibility, international development, and institutional commitment: lessons from the Boston University experience.
Academic Article Cocaine abuse in maternal-child health care.
Academic Article The future of preconception care: a clinical perspective.
Academic Article Prenatal care.
Academic Article Preconception care. Risk reduction and health promotion in preparation for pregnancy.
Academic Article Preconception care: a 2008 update.
Academic Article Where is the "W"oman in MCH?
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: an overview and preparation of this supplement.
Academic Article Healthier women, healthier reproductive outcomes: recommendations for the routine care of all women of reproductive age.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: immunizations as part of preconception care.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: infectious diseases in preconception care.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: women with chronic medical conditions.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug exposures.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: genetics and genomics.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: nutrition and dietary supplements.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: environmental exposures.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: care of psychosocial stressors.
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: reproductive history.
Academic Article A reengineered hospital discharge program to decrease rehospitalization: a randomized trial.
Academic Article Preventing the preventable: reducing rehospitalizations through coordinated, patient-centered discharge processes.
Academic Article Clarification of the recommended clinical content of preconception care for women with seizure disorders.
Academic Article Acute care hospital utilization among medical inpatients discharged with a substance use disorder diagnosis.
Academic Article Herb use, vitamin use, and diet in low-income, postpartum women.
Academic Article Reaching women through health information technology: the Gabby preconception care system.
Academic Article Addressing the social determinants of health within the patient-centered medical home: lessons from pediatrics.
Academic Article The negative pregnancy test. An opportunity for preconception care.
Academic Article Developing a hospital quality improvement initiative in Lesotho.
Academic Article Medical reconciliation of dietary supplements: don''t ask, don''t tell.
Academic Article Design and rationale for a randomized controlled trial to reduce readmissions among patients with depressive symptoms.
Academic Article Health literacy and complementary and alternative medicine use among underserved inpatients in a safety net hospital.
Academic Article Reducing Preconception Risks Among African American Women with Conversational Agent Technology.
Academic Article The health of young African American men.
Academic Article Evidence-based preconceptional lifestyle interventions.
Academic Article A Public-Private Partnership Improves Clinical Performance In A Hospital Network In Lesotho.
Academic Article The future of preconception care in the United States: multigenerational impact on reproductive outcomes.
Academic Article Healthier women, healthier reproductive outcomes: recommendations for the routine care of all women of childbearing age
Academic Article Increasing Access to Preconception Care Using Health Information Technology
Academic Article Preconception care. In, Cherry SH, Merkatz IR (Eds)
Academic Article Preconception Care: Improving Birth Outcomes through Care Before Pregnancy
Academic Article Project ACHIEVE - using implementation research to guide the evaluation of transitional care effectiveness.
Academic Article Maternal Health. In, Anagnoustou A. (Ed.): A Guide to Health Care in Rhode Island, Providence, RI. Brown University Learning Community
Academic Article Setting Research Priorities for Preconception Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Aiming to Reduce Maternal and Child Mortality and Morbidity
Academic Article Health Care Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Family Medicine in Hungary
Academic Article Preconception Care. In, Caring for our Future: The Content of Prenatal Care. US Public Health Services, Department of Health and Human Services (background paper)
Academic Article Rhode Island MCH Fellowship: Another type of teaching CHC
Academic Article Herb use among low income women at an urban tertiary care center and their communications with prenatal care providers
Academic Article Preconception care. In, Taylor RB (Ed)
Academic Article Clarification of the recommended clinical content of preconception care for women with seizure disorders
Academic Article Preconception care. In, Radcliffe SD (Ed)
Academic Article Preconception care in developing countries
Academic Article Taking the time to care: empowering low health literacy hospital patients with virtual nurse agents
Academic Article Organizing the Primary Care Team; Development of Family Practice in Romania, Use of Practice Guidelines
Academic Article Health Care Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Family Medicine in Hungary
Academic Article Preconception care (or how all family physicians "do" OB)
Academic Article Prevention of urinary tract infection complications during pregnancy. In, Merkatz IR, Thompson JE, Mullen PD, Goldenberg R
Academic Article Family Physicians and Hospitalists in Improving Transitions of Care (invited commentary)
Academic Article Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
Academic Article Innovating Primary Care Delivery in Romania: Group Practice Development and Clinical Practice Enhancement. Prepared for USAID in Romania under Interagency Agreement ENI-P-00-980-00009-00 between USAID and US Department of Health and Human Services
Academic Article Preconception care. In, Taylor RB (Ed)
Academic Article The hospital discharge: a care transition with a high potential for errors
Academic Article AAFP Works to Improve Primary Health Care in Albania
Academic Article The clinical content of preconception care: an overview and preparation of this supplement
Academic Article Erratum to: Project ACHIEVE - using implementation research to guide the evaluation of transitional care effectiveness.
Academic Article Components of Comprehensive and Effective Transitional Care.
Academic Article Engaging women with an embodied conversational agent to deliver mindfulness and lifestyle recommendations: A feasibility randomized control trial.
Academic Article Health Services Utilization Among Fee-for-Service Medicare and Medicaid Patients Under Age 65 with Behavioral Health Illness at an Urban Safety Net Hospital.
Academic Article Follow-up after gestational diabetes: a fixable gap in women''s preventive healthcare.
Academic Article Care Transitions From Patient and Caregiver Perspectives.
Award or Honor Receipt Patient Care Award for Excellence in Patient Education Innovation
Academic Article Family Medicine Hospitalists Three Years Out of Residency: Career Flexibility or a Threat to Office-Based Family Medicine?
Academic Article Interrupting the Pathway from Gestational Diabetes Mellitus to Type 2 Diabetes: The Role of Primary Care.
Grant Project ACHIEVE: Achieving Patient-Centered Care and Optimized Health in Care…
Grant Residency Training In Primary Care
Grant Making Health Care Affordable: Preserving Access and Improving Value
Academic Article Assessing the potential of a Virtual Patient Advocate to provide preconception care and health advice to women living in Australia.
Academic Article Promotion of Preconception Care Among Adolescents and Young Adults by Conversational Agent.
Academic Article Study protocol for the implementation of the Gabby Preconception Care System - an evidence-based, health information technology intervention for Black and African American women.
Grant The Gabby Preconception Care System
Grant Preparing for Primary Care Practice/ Academic Administrative units in Primary Care
Grant Preparing for Primary Care Practice of the Future: Comprehensive Care of the Medically Underserved
Grant Boston University's Gabby Preconception Care System: Health IT to disseminate sexuality education

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