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Arthur Davidson, MD, MPH

Project Principal Investigator

Contact Information

Other Positions

  • Director, Public Health Informatics, Epidemiology and Preparedness, Denver Public Health, Denver Health
  • Medical Epidemiologist, Denver Public Health, Denver Health
  • Director, HIV/AIDS Surveillance, Denver Public Health, Denver Health
  • Associate Professor, Department of Biostatistics & Informatics, Colorado School of Public Health
  • Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine

Research Interests 
  • ​Informatics
    • Federated queries
    • Mobile health applications
    • Integrating data sources
    • Business intelligence tools
  • Epidemiology
    • Communicable and chronic diseases
    • Behavioral surveillance
    • Intervention monitoring

Selected Publications

  • Fischer HH, Moore SL, Ginosar D, Davidson AJ, Rice-Peterson CM, Durfee MJ, MacKenzie TD, Estacio RO, Steele AW. Care by cell phone: text messaging for chronic disease management. Am J Manag Care. 2012 Feb 1;18(2):e42-7. PMID:22435883.
  • Matlock DD, Kutner JS, Emsermann CB, Al-Khatib SM, Sanders GD, Dickinson LM, Rumsfeld JS, Davidson AJ, Crane LA, Masoudi FA. Regional variations in physicians' attitudes and recommendations surrounding implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. J Card Fail. 2011 Apr;17(4):318-24. PMID:21440870.
  • Padilla R, Steiner JF, Havranek EP, Beaty B, Davidson AJ, Bull S. A comparison of different measures of acculturation with cardiovascular risk factors in Latinos with hypertension. J Immigr Minor Health. 2011 Apr;13(2):284-92. PMID:21221808.
  • Ross SE, Schilling LM, Fernald DH, Davidson AJ, West DR. Health information exchange in small-to-medium sized family medicine practices: motivators, barriers, and potential facilitators of adoption. Int J Med Inform. 2010 Feb;79(2):123-9. PMID:20061182.
  • Steiner JF, Ho PM, Beaty BL, Dickinson LM, Hanratty R, Zeng C, Tavel HM, Havranek EP, Davidson AJ, Magid DJ, Estacio RO. Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics are not clinically useful predictors of refill adherence in patients with hypertension. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2009 Sep;2(5):451-7. PMID:20031876​.
  • For a full list, see PubMed