Aaron Winn is an Assistant Professor in the School of Pharmacy at Medical College of Wisconsin. Aaron’s expertise is in health services research with a focus on causal analysis, medication adherence, health disparities, and cost-effectiveness analysis. Aaron has more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific publications. Aaron received his PhD from the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Masters of Public Policy from the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago.
Aaron is an avid bread baker and coffee roaster.
Patient Contextual DataStarted in 2020-01-01
What if we knew more than just 10% of what patients wanted to talk about?
Racial Disparities in Patient Activation: The Role of Economic DiversityPublished by Jeana Holt, Aaron Winn, Bradley Crotty, Rachel Cusatis in Western Journal of Nursing Research on October, 2020patient contextual data
The Impact of Previsit Contextual Data Collection on Patient-Provider Communication and Patient Activation: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled TrialPublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Bradley Crotty, Melek Somai, Aaron Winn, Onur Asan in JMIR Research Protocols on September, 2020patient contextual data
Association of Use of Online Symptom Checkers With Patients’ Plans for Seeking CarePublished by Aaron Winn, Melek Somai, Bradley Crotty in JAMA Network Open on December, 2019machine learning
Clinician Encouragement and Online Health Record UsagePublished by Bradley Crotty, Aaron Winn, Onur Asan, Sneha Nagavally in Journal of General Internal Medicine on July, 2019