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Video from Nilay Shah's Presentation

Patient-Centered Translation of Evidence into Practice


​About Nilay Shah

Nilay Shah is a​​ health services researcher in the division of Health Care Policy and Research at Mayo Clinic.  He is also an Assistant Professor of Health Services Research in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.  He is currently the co-director of the Translating Comparative Effectiveness Research (TRACER) Unit, a part of the Mayo Center for Translational Science Activities (CTSA). Nilay’s research focus is on improving chronic care delivery.  His work incorporates a range of methodological tools including mathematical models, observational designs, and prospective trials.  In addition, he is involved in numerous studies to test the role of shared decision making for patient-centered knowledge translation and for translating comparative effectiveness research into routine clinical practice.  He has a number of ongoing studies related to pharmaceutical policy to evaluate the impact of new knowledge (i.e. black box warnings) on changes in treatment patterns.  Nilay is also involved in a number of studies testing different models of care delivery in the primary care setting. ​