Mark D Schwartz

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Mark Schwartz

Professor, Department of Population Health
Professor, Department of Medicine

Vice Chair Education & Faculty Affairs
Dir Gen Int Medicine Fellowship Pgm

Contact Info

Address
227 East 30th Street
New York, NY 10016

646/501-2516
mark.schwartz@nyumc.org


Education

1982-1984 — Cornell University Medical College, Medical Education
1984-1987 — NYU Medical Center, Residency Training
1987-1988 — New York Academy of Medicine, Clinical Fellowships
1988-1990 — Duke University Medical Center, Clinical Fellowships
2009-2011 — Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship, Clinical Fellowships

Research Summary

Controlled trial studying the incremental efficacy of panel management and clinical microsystem education on outcomes in hypertension and smoking cessation.

Research Interests

Health Services Research Medical Education Research

The impact of reduced access to care on chronic disease outcomes: Evidence from a natural experiment
Baum, A; Jensen, A E; Schwartz, M D. The impact of reduced access to care on chronic disease outcomes: Evidence from a natural experiment [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2016 May 2016;31(2):S423-S424 (2150672)

Making it count twice: Combining clinical and educational skill learning in faulty development
Dembitzer, A; Schaye, V; Bui, L; Schwartz, M D. Making it count twice: Combining clinical and educational skill learning in faulty development [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2016 May 2016;31(2):S833-S834 (2150502)

Health Systems Science Curricula in Undergraduate Medical Education: Identifying and Defining a Potential Curricular Framework
Gonzalo, Jed D; Dekhtyar, Michael; Starr, Stephanie R; Borkan, Jeffrey; Brunett, Patrick; Fancher, Tonya; Green, Jennifer; Grethlein, Sara Jo; Lai, Cindy; Lawson, Luan; Monrad, Seetha; O'Sullivan, Patricia; Schwartz, Mark D; Skochelak, Susan. Health Systems Science Curricula in Undergraduate Medical Education: Identifying and Defining a Potential Curricular Framework. Academic medicine. 2016 Apr 5;:?-? (2066102)

Qualitative study on decision-making by prostate cancer physicians during active surveillance
Loeb, S; Curnyn, C; Fagerlin, A; Braithwaite, R S; Schwartz, M D; Lepor, H; Carter, H B; Sedlander, E. Qualitative study on decision-making by prostate cancer physicians during active surveillance. BJU international. 2016 2016;(no(pagination):- (2284402)

TWICE THE IMPACT-A FDP THAT COMBINES CLINICAL AND EDUCATIONAL SKILL LEARNIN
Bui, Lynn; Dembitzer, Anne; Schaye, Verity; Volpicelli, Frank; Wang, Binhuan; Grask, Audrey; Schwartz, Mark D. TWICE THE IMPACT-A FDP THAT COMBINES CLINICAL AND EDUCATIONAL SKILL LEARNIN [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2015 APR;30:S289-S290 (1730122)