Barry G. Saver, M.D., M.P.H., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family
Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr.
Saver is interested in anything that affects patients and providers in primary care, and
in ways to make health care more efficient, effective, and equitable. This particularly
includes interventions to reduce health disparities and to help patients take more active
roles in their care, including the use of health information technology and finding ways
to assist patients in making decisions consistent with best medical evidence. 

Articles

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Inaccurate risk perceptions and individualized risk estimates by patients with type 2 diabetes (with Kathleen M. Mazor, J. Lee Hargraves, and Marcela Hayes), Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM (2014)
 

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Colonoscopy--don't want to be sedated, JAMA internal medicine (2014)
 

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The central role of comorbidity in predicting ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations (with Ching-Yun Wang, Sharon A. Dobie, Pamela K. Green, and Laura-Mae Baldwin), European journal of public health (2013)
 

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Provision of contraceptive services to homeless women: results of a survey of health care for the homeless providers (with Linda F. Weinreb, Lillian Gelberg, and Suzanne Zerger), Women and health (2012)
 

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Do primary care physicians lose contact with their colorectal cancer patients (with Sharon Dobie, Ching-Yun Wang, Pamela K. Green, and Laura-Mae Baldwin), Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM (2011)
 

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The EHR Has No Clothes, Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations (2012)