Personalized Health Planning in Primary Care Settings.

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Personalized health planning can be operationalized as a health care delivery model to support personalized, proactive, patient-driven care.








Connor David Drake

Assistant Professor in Population Health Sciences

Connor Drake is a health services researcher and implementation scientist. His research interests are at the intersection of primary care, population health management, social determinants of health, chronic illness care redesign, and health equity. He has experience with policy analysis, electronic health record data, mixed and multi methods, community engaged research, and implementation and dissemination methods. 

Dr. Drake's current research projects include leveraging telemedicine and other clinical informatics to improve chronic illness care and population health management; developing and implementing behavioral interventions and 'whole-person' care models for patients with cardiovascular disease and metabolic disorders; and studying  social care interventions to respond to social risk factors including food insecurity, housing instability, and social isolation to improve health outcomes and equity.


Ralph Snyderman

James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Medicine

Dr. Snyderman served as Chancellor for Health Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine at Duke University from 1989 to July 2004.  During this time, he oversaw the development of the Duke University Health System and served as its first president and CEO.  Dr. Snyderman’s current focus is personalized health care and he continues to lead these efforts nationally from his position as Director of the Duke Center for Personalized Health Care.

Areas of expertise and national recognition: Personalized Health Care,  Immunology, Inflammation, Rheumatology and Medical Center Administration.

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