Assistant Professor of Medicine
Rachel Cusatis is a social science researcher at Inception Health. She also holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the MCW and the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR). Dr Cusatis is a sociologist by training with expertise in patient reported outcomes, survey research, and qualitative methods. She started working on Inception Health research during her post-doc fellowship in Primary Care Research in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at MCW. Dr Cusatis has an interest in the impact of information technology and patient contextual data on addressing health disparities. Broadly, her research interests include patient centered outcomes, social determinants of health, and cancer survivorship experience.
I'm a proud Bernese Mountain dog-mom. My dog (bipedal) and I are the same height.
Impact of Pre-visit Contextual Data Collection on Patient-Physician Communication and Patient Activation: a Randomized TrialPublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Onur Asan, Melek Somai, Bradley Crotty in Journal of General Internal Medicine on February, 2021patient contextual data
- by Jeana Holt, Aaron Winn, Bradley Crotty, Rachel Cusatis in Western Journal of Nursing Research on October, 2020
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
The impact of patient-generated contextual data on communication in clinical practice: A qualitative assessment of patient and clinician perspectivesPublished by Rachel Cusatis, Jeana Holt, Onur Asan, Bradley Crotty in Patient Education and Counseling on April, 2020patient contextual data
Incorporating patient-generated contextual data into care: Clinician perspectives using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation SciencePublished by Jeana Holt, Rachel Cusatis, Onur Asan, Bradley Crotty in Healthcare on March, 2020patient contextual data