Dr. Frick is Professor and Vice Dean for Education at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, after having been a faculty member in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  His work focuses on the burden of disease and cost-effectiveness of interventions to improve eye and vision care and interventions led by nurses.  He has applied health economic reasoning as a collaborator in a number of other clinical areas including cancer survivorship.  He earned his PhD in economics and health services organization and policy and the University of Michigan.

Authored by Kevin Frick, Ph.D.

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Social Epidemiology's Role in Shifting the Paradigm

Voices of a New Paradigm: The AcademyHealth Paradigm Project is profiling leaders whose work helps point Health Services Research in a new direction. Some are new to HSR, others may just be new to us – leaders in other fields whose work is inspiring or applicable. All are challenging the limits of the current paradigm in ways that help make HSR more effective and have greater impact.
Posted By Kevin Frick, Ph.D., Lorraine Dean, ScD