Allison H. Oakes

Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Allison Oakes is a doctoral student in Heath Services Research & Policy in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her research interests revolve around the psychology and economics of medical decision-making. Allison uses a multidisciplinary approach to examine how health care delivery systems influence individual choices, with an emphasis on the use of low-value health care services. Ultimately, she seeks ways to measure and enhance the decisions and behaviors of providers and patients.

My Sessions

Oral Presentations

Breakout 2

1) Medicare Advantage and Nursing Home Quality Shannon Wu 2) What can we learn from hospital closure? A case study of Doctor’s Medical Center, San Pablo, CA Sara Eppley 3) Associations between psychosocial attributes of patients/oncologists with potentially burdensome interventions (PBIs) in the final month of life: Secondary analyses of VOICE Paul Duberstein 4) An […]